[Apologies as usual for the lateness of this.]
2014 was an extremely successful summer for Google / PSU Summer of Code. All of our projects completed successfully, and many of them extraordinarily so. We had some really great mentors and students this year, and I am excited for what we accomplished.
Our themes this year turned out to be Weave, geography and open hardware, but we had a wide variety of great projects.
Thanks once again to all those who participated.
|Web-Based analytic framework for multivariate analyses of ’omics’ data||Shweta Purushe||Georges Grinstein|
|InfoMaps with a Single Record View||John Fallon||Georges Grinstein|
|User Interface widgets for LANDIS II simulation model||Lesley Bross||Robert Scheller|
|GeoDjango LIMS||JesseDowning||David Percy|
|Orthorectifying EM data in reference to a thin section image||Ponnathota Sai Chaitanya Reddy||David Percy|
|Thin-Section mineral identification and petrographic analysis||Jon Barnes||David Percy|
|Display of subsurface features in a virtual world||Aarti Dwivedi||David Percy|
|GSOC'14: Automotive engine management based on ARM processors||Adam Parker||Jenner Hanni|
|Simultaneous suicide detection for Chinese "Twitter" (Sina Weibo)||Xiaolei Huang||David Chiu|
|Expanding WebWork: Quantitative biology and Partial Differential Equations||Nelly_Selem||Bart Massey|
|A routability-driven placer for Printed Circuit Board design||Arindam Banerjee||Bart Massey|