[Comp-neuro] Students: spend the summer improving brain research software tools in Google Summer of Code

Malin Sandström malin.sandstrom at incf.org
Thu Mar 12 11:05:55 CET 2015


Hi all,

(apologies for cross-posting)

are you a student interested in brain research and software development? Or
do you know one?

This year again, INCF is participating as mentoring organization in the
Google Summer of Code, a global program that offers students stipends to
spend the summer writing code for open source projects. INCF has 27 project
proposals offered by mentors from the international research community,
many of them with a computational neuroscience slant. All projects deal
with development and/or improvement of open source tools that are used in
the neuroscience community.

You can see our full list of projects here:
https://incf.org/gsoc/2015/proposals

To be eligible, students must fulfill the Google definition of 'student': an
individual enrolled in or accepted into an accredited institution including
(but not necessarily limited to) colleges, universities, masters programs,
PhD programs and undergraduate programs.

Student applications open on *Monday, March 16.*
<https://incf.org/gsoc/2015/proposals>

Please forward to anyone you think might be interested!

Best regards,
Malin Sandström
(INCF org admin for GSoC)

GSoC questions welcome to: gsoc at incf.org
-- 
Malin Sandström, PhD
Community Engagement Officer
malin.sandstrom at incf.org

International Neuroinformatics Coordinating Facility
Karolinska Institutet
Nobels väg 15 A
SE-171 77  Stockholm
Sweden
http://www.incf.org
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