If you use Scenic, we request that you cite our 2022 journal paper and/or our original PLDI 2019 paper.

Scenic is primarily maintained by Daniel J. Fremont.

The Scenic project was started at UC Berkeley in Sanjit Seshia’s research group.

The language was initially developed by Daniel J. Fremont, Tommaso Dreossi, Shromona Ghosh, Xiangyu Yue, Alberto L. Sangiovanni-Vincentelli, and Sanjit A. Seshia.

Edward Kim assisted in developing the library for dynamic driving scenarios and putting together this documentation.

The Scenic tool and example scenarios have benefitted from additional code contributions from:

  • Johnathan Chiu

  • Greg Crow

  • Francis Indaheng

  • Ellen Kalvan

  • Martin Jansa (LG Electronics, Inc.)

  • Kevin Li

  • Guillermo López

  • Shalin Mehta

  • Joel Moriana

  • Gaurav Rao

  • Matthew Rhea

  • Ameesh Shah

  • Jay Shenoy

  • Eric Vin

  • Kesav Viswanadha

  • Wilson Wu

Finally, many other people provided helpful advice and discussions, including:

  • Ankush Desai

  • Alastair Donaldson

  • Andrew Gordon

  • Steve Lemke

  • Jonathan Ragan-Kelley

  • Sriram Rajamani

  • German Ros

  • Marcell Vazquez-Chanlatte