Again for the 6th time, AerospaceResearch.net is proud to be selected as an official mentoring organization for the Summer of Code 2020 (GSOC) program run by Google.
And we are now looking for students to spend their summers coding on great open-source space software, getting paid up to 6600 USD by Google, releasing scientific papers about their projects and supporting the open-source space community.
Until 31. March 2020, students can apply for an hands on experience with applied space programs. As an umbrella organisation, AerospaceResearch.net, KSat-Stuttgart e.V. and ep2lab of Carlos III University of Madrid are offering you various coding ideas to work on:
- The Distributed Ground Station Network – global tracking and communication with small-satellites
- KSat-Stuttgart – the small satellite society at the Institute of Space Systems / University of Stuttgart
- ep2lab of Carlos III University of Madrid
- or your very own proposal!
If you are a student, take your giant leap into the space community, realizing your very own space software, and the chance to be recognized by Google headhunters.
If you are professor, feel free to propose this great opportunity to your students or even have your projects being coded and realized!