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New arrivals on the Good Ship Mekentosj

Things are moving very quickly here at Mekentosj, and we’re very pleased to welcome two new members to the team!

Constantine Nicolaou, a long time collaborator of Matt from the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute, is the newest member of the Mekentosj development team. Constantine is a software wizard, bringing with him a world of experience with scientific software, high quality tools and exquisite workflow designs.

Mark Bate joins as our new infrastructure guru and system architect. An expert in scientific distributed systems, Mark is responsible for designing, building and managing the largest Apple Xserve high performance cluster in the southern hemisphere. He joins us after a long stint at Monash University, and will be working from Melbourne, Australia.

You can read more about our new arrivals on the Mekentosj Profile pages.

The Mekentosj team is now distributed across 5 cities in 4 countries: a big thank you to everyone for all their support for Papers and Papers for iPhone. We love building software to help with your research, and look forward to even bigger things with our new team in the future.

Welcome aboard, Mark and Constantine!

Posted on Monday, March 29th, 2010.
  • Ted Bornemann:

    When will you have a version for the iPad?

  • Thad:

    Good to hear you’re growing. Hopefully this means we’ll see Papers 2.0 in the very near future.

    There are a lot of good feature recommendations in the forum and we’re anxiously awaiting the next major release!

  • sean:

    congratulations! Hope you guys can substantially improve the mac version of papers. it lacks of update for quite a long time :-(

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