Our research laboratory focusing on AI and cybersecurity has been accepted into this year's global open-source programming initiative. If you're eager to enhance your coding prowess and tackle real-world challenges, consider applying!

Over the span of 12 weeks, Sebastián García and the Stratosphere Lab team will guide students, coders, and researchers worldwide in open-source security and machine learning programming endeavors. Participants will gain invaluable exposure to real-world software development practices while refining their coding skills. The Stratosphere Lab was chosen second year in a row and also is the first organization from the Czech Republic to participate in this esteemed program.

Sebastián García, Head of the Stratosphere Lab. (Photo: Petr Neugebauer, FEE CTU)

About Google Summer of Code

Since its inception in 2005, Google Summer of Code has brought together over 12,000 contributors from 116 nations, collaborating with 850+ open-source organizations to produce more than 43 million lines of code. Notable participants include Open Robotics, the Julia Programming Language, and Chromium. We are privileged to be counted among them.

How to apply to work with us

Students can currently contact Stratosphere and start planning in their Discord channel here. The official application system to send proposals to Google opens on March 18 and closes on April 2. Before the registration process, contributors are strongly advised to discuss their project ideas with the organization’s representatives. More information can be found at Google Summer of Code.

The Stratosphere Lab team