MolSpin is an open-source project with several people contributing to provide a versatile toolkit for the spin chemitry community. The grant goal of MolSpin is to provide a transparent and efficient software package that can be used, expanded and altered by everyone who wants to investigate the fascinating topic of spin chemistry.

Luca Gerhards (lead developer), who is a member of the Quantum Biology and Computational Physics Group at the Carl-von-Ossiektzky University of Oldenburg, is maintaining and extending the MolSpin software. He is specifically interested in spin dynamics in biological systems, spin relaxation processes and thein general open quantum systems.
Dr. Gediminas Pazera worked in the group of Prof. Dr. Peter J. Hore at the university of Oxford and is mostly interested in applying quantum mechanical master equations to complex systems. He is the core developer of the Stochastic Schrödinger Equation (SSE) framework in MolSpin.
Prof. Daniel Kattnig is group leader in the Living System Institute at the University of Exeter. His group focuses on the theoretical description of effects of weak magnetic fields on chemical reaction yields relevant to animal magnetoreception and other biological processes. Daniel made major contributions to the implementation of spin relaxation as induced through a coupled bath and included in MolSpin's Bloch-Redfield-Wangsness theory module. Furthermore, he is a constant advisor and mentor in the active development of MolSpin. His working group can be found at the university website.
Dr. Claus Nielsen is the founding developer of the MolSpin software. He created the first version of MolSpin when he was a Phd student at the Syddansk Universitet in the group of Prof. Dr. Dr. Ilia Solov'yov. He created most of the SpinAPI, the MSDParser and several tasks which are the running horses of MolSpin. His website can be found here.