- NeMo has been developed by Andreas Fidjeland.
- The PyNN bindings have been written by Pierre Yger.
NeMo has been developed on the EPSRC-funded project EP/F033516/1. This project is carried out at Imperial College London's Department of Computing in the Cognitive Robotics and Custom Computing groups. The following people are, or have been, involved with the project:
- Murray Shanahan (Principal Investigator)
- Wayne Luk (Co-investigator)
- Andreas Fidjeland (Main developer)
- David Gamez
- David Thomas
- Mark Wildie
- Alexandros Bouganis
- Etienne Roesch
Related software projects
- Brian — a Python spiking neural simulator. Work is currently (January 2012) underway to use NeMo as an accelerator backend for Brian.
- SpikeStream — a graphical frontend for NeMo.
- PyNN — a Python simulator API with a number of backends, including NeMo
- iSpike — a spiking neuron interface for the iCub robot which interfaces with NeMo