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The project coordinates a few summer coding programs in which student developers are paired with mentors to produce code over the summer.

European Space Agency Summer of Code in Space (SOCIS) 2017

ns-3 has been accepted to the 2017 ESA Summer of Code in Space.

Google Summer of Code 2017

The project has been accepted to the 2017 edition of Google Summer of Code.

Below is some information that was used during the application phase.

European Space Agency Summer of Code in Space (SOCIS) 2016

ns-3 had one student (Michael Di Perna) successfully complete the 2016 ESA Summer of Code in Space.

Mentored summer projects 2016

ns-3 maintainers will mentor additional summer projects (that students will work on using their own sources of funding) on a best-effort basis. Students interested in this option should review the GSoC or SOCIS ideas page, or propose their own.

Google Summer of Code 2016

ns-3 was not selected for the 2016 Google Summer of Code. We mentored two summer projects outside of GSoC. Below were our materials prepared for our GSoC organizational application.

Google Summer of Code 2015

ns-3 was selected to participate in the 2015 Google Summer of Code. More information can be found on our Project Ideas page and our Student Guide.

This year's students were announced on April 27, and all four successfully completed the program:

European Space Agency Summer of Code in Space (SOCIS) 2015

ns-3 has been accepted to the 2015 ESA Summer of Code in Space. The ns-3 project had one student in SOCIS in each of 2013, 2014 and 2015. However, the satellite channel models project for 2015 Satellite channel models did not successfully complete.

Mentored summer projects

ns-3 maintainers will mentor additional summer projects (that students will work on using their own sources of funding) on a best-effort basis. Students interested in this option should review the GSoC or SOCIS ideas page, or propose their own.

We have one such mentored project in 2015:

Past summer projects