Zephyr is the product of research at the University of Western Ontario, with funding through a NSERC Postdoctoral Fellowship to Brendan Smithyman and an NSERC Discovery Grant to R. Gerhard Pratt. The implementation of anisotropic acoustic wave equation (
zephyr.backend.Eurus) is the work of Shaun Hadden, an MSc candidate at UWO.
In addition, Zephyr interoperates tightly with SimPEG, a flexible tool for designing and executing geophysical inversion problems. In turn, both Zephyr and SimPEG are dependent on the Python programming language, NumPy, SciPy and Jupyter/IPython. Please check out and support these open-source projects.