- Google Summer of Code™
Google Summer of Code 2006 is a program that offers student developers stipends to create new open source programs or to help currently established projects. Google will be working with a variety of open source, free software, and technology-related groups to identify and fund several hundred projects over a three-month period. The inaugural instance of the program, which took place last summer, brought together 400 students and 40 mentoring organizations from 49 countries.
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Note: To inspire young developers and provide students in Computer Science to do work related to academic pursuits during summer, to support existing open source projects. We concentrated on the student population. It made sense to spread the work throughout the open source and free software community. Th ...moree Apache Software Foundation knows a lot more about what an Apache project needs than Google does, more likely to ensure that an applicant gets the right kind code.
- Summer vacation scholarships; Australia Telescope National Facility (ATNF).
Overview of summer vacation program The Australia Telescope National Facility (ATNF) is the premier radio astronomical facility in Australia and operates world-class radio astronomy observatories at Parkes and Narrabri, with headquarters in Sydney. Research projects offered in the summer vacation program are usually in the areas of astronomy, computing, signal processing, engineering and outreach/education. Placements may be either in Sydney, or at one of the observatories at Parkes or Narrabri. Scholarships are available for 10 to 12 working weeks in the period December to February. The program includes a 10-week core period from early December until early February.
Summer vacation scholarships are available with CSIRO Astronomy and Space Science (CASS).
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- The Australia Telescope National Facility (ATNF)
The Australia Telescope National Facility (ATNF) supports Australia's research in radio astronomy. It is administered by the CSIRO, Australia's national scientific research organisation and is funded by the Australian Government. The ATNF operates the Australia Telescope which consists of the Compact Array at Narrabri and the Parkes and Mopra radio telescopes. These telescopes can be used together as a long baseline array for use in Very Long Baseline Interferometry.
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