After years of development and quality checking, Nanos has now matured to version 1.52. It has been enjoying a rapidly growing user base since its first published version in 2004.
Just a few of the institutions where Nanos is being used are the following (ordered alphabetically by city):
- Gymnasium an der Stadtmauer, Bad Kreuznach, Germany
- Graf-Stauffenberg-Gymnasium, Flörsheim, Germany
- University of Freiburg i.Br., Germany
- University of Mainz, Germany
- Gymnasium Theresianum, Mainz, Germany
- Gymnasium am Kaiserdom, Speyer, Germany
There are registered Nanos users in Austria, Denmark, Germany, France, the Netherlands, Switzerland, the UK, the USA and many other countries. Faculties that use Nanos include classics, comparative philology, computer science, history, indology, linguistics, philosophy, library studies, theology, just to mention the ones we are aware of.
Nanos is also used by travel agencies or private individuals who have contacts with Greece or contribute to Greek websites.
Nanos is known to have been used to prepare materials for the following public examinations in Germany:
- Abitur (A-levels) in Ancient Greek, Federal State of Rhineland-Palatia, Germany
- Certamen Rheno-Palatinum, Federal State of Rhineland-Palatia, Germany
Nanos has been developed by Gunthard Mueller, whose work experience includes many years of supplying the German car industry, pharmaceutical industry and others with software and IT services. He is also a classics scholar, linguist and indologist, holding degrees from the University of Tübingen and Oxford University.