Google Scholarships for Software Visualization

Google Scholarships for Software Visualization

The research group Visual Software Analytics at Leipzig University takes part in this year’s Google Summer of Code. This is a Google-funded program to promote open source software. As a participant, you work independently on one of the projects offered and receive a scholarship from Google in the amount of $3,000 – $7,000 (depending on your country). The development period is 3 months (27 May – 26 August 2019). For more information, please visit the official website and our organization listing. In order to participate, you must be a student.

You would be working with this kind of hardware,languages and tools.

  • Visualization frameworks: A-Frame, x3d, x3dom, d3
  • Programming languages: Java, Ruby, JavaScript, Xtend, C#
  • Frameworks and tools: React, Ruby on Rails, jQAssistant, Neo4j
  • Hardware: HTC Vive, Oculus Rift, Microsoft HoloLens

We offer a variety of projects around Getaviz and jQAssistant.
The projects range from classic software development with Java or Ruby, to web development with JavaScript, and up to designing a virtual reality application for HTC Vive. In particular, we are still looking for interested students for the following projects:

  • Facilitation of Ruby Parsing
  • Circle of related elements
  • Magnifiers and Previews
  • User-driven decorative animations
  • Software visualization components
  • Scanner plugins for jQAssistant
  • Interaction Tracking

A complete list of all our projects and a more detailed description can be found https://github.com/softvis-research/Getaviz/wiki/GSoC-Ideas-2019.

If you are interested, please contact the corresponding mentor and discuss the next steps with him. An application is possible until April 9, 2019 and includes a short cover letter as well as a project plan consisting of tasks and milestones that has been worked out and agreed with your mentor.

We look forward to your application and wish you a successful Google Summer of Code 2019!

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About Craig Anslow

Craig Anslow is a Lecturer in Software Engineering at Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand, with research interests in software visualization.
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