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[protege-discussion] Google Summer of Code 2012 - visualizing semantic data landscapes using cytoscape

Deus, Helena helena.deus at
Tue Mar 20 09:55:18 PDT 2012

[Many apologies for cross-posting]

Dear all, 

The National Resource for Network Biology has put together an exciting
list of ideas for google summer of code projects, a few of which are
semantic-web-oriented (; I will be co-mentoring
Idea #5 on Visualizing Semantic Data Landscapes using Cytoscape

The google summer of code project is an initiative by google where
participants (usually students) get paid to write code during the
summer. From the GSoC website, the typical profile for applicants is as
follows: " A student participant in GSoC is typically a college or
university student; the only academic requirement is that the accepted
applicants be enrolled in an accredited academic institution. Students
must be at least 18 years of age to participate. Students come from a
variety of academic backgrounds, and though most students are enrolled
in a Computer Science program there is no requirement that they be
studying CS. Past students have come from disciplines as varied as
Ecology, Medicine, and Music."

If you fit this profile (or know someone who does), please consider
For more details, please see Alexander's email below. Application
details available at

Kind regards, 

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Alexander Pico <ap... at>
Date: Mar 18, 1:34 am
Subject: Google Summer of Code 2012
To: cytoscape-discuss

As part of NRNB, we will once again be participating in the Google
Summer of
Code (GSoC) program.

GSoC is a global program that funds student programmers around the
world to
write code for open source projects. This will be our 6th year
and we have a lot of projects to choose from.

If you are a student interested in coding for our open source
projects, then
check out the link above and apply before April 6th. If you know of
students who might be interested, then forward this announcement,
mention it
in the classroom or post the attached flyer.

The application period is March 26 - April 6th.  Hop on the discussion
mailing list and run your ideas by us before applying to improve your

 - Alex


Helena F. Deus
Post-Doctoral Researcher at DERI/NUIG

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