Research on Julia is carried out at the Julia Lab at MIT and at many universities worldwide. If you use Julia in your research, we request citing the following paper:

Julia: A Fresh Approach to Numerical Computing. Jeff Bezanson, Alan Edelman, Stefan Karpinski, Viral B. Shah. (2017) SIAM Review, 59: 65–98. doi: 10.1137/141000671. url:

Prizes and Awards

Researchers contributing to Julia have been awarded various prizes:


We thank our sponsors for making Julia possible:


Here's a list of publications about the Julia language, its standard library, Julia packages, and technical computing applications. It is by no means complete, and is based on submissions by authors. A broader list of papers is available on Google Scholar.

In order to make Julia packages and projects easy to cite, the community has settled on a standard location and format for bibliographic information. Please add a CITATION.bib file (BibTeX format) in the top-level directory of your package or repo. The key for the bib entry should be <PackageName.jl>-<year>-<letter> (Use a letter if you have multiple citations in same year). For example, see the CITATION.bib file in the Julia repo. We welcome additions to this list in the form of pull requests.