In a new program, the Oregon State University Open Source Lab (OSL) partnered
with Intel to give community college students an opportunity to get hands-on
experience with open-source projects. This summer, four students interned for 10
weeks at the OSL, working on a variety of projects, including web development
and systems ...
"When Iftekhar Ahmed learned about the field of computer science from his elder
brother, he knew he didn't want to do anything else. After receiving his
undergraduate degree in computer science and engineering...he made his way
Oregon State University to work with Professor Carlos Jensen."
"Oregon State University is working with global technology leaders, including
LG, Microsoft and Sony, to advance the "Internet of Things."
"Alumni Alex Polvi and Brandon Philips credit their experiences at the Open
Source Lab with the trajectory of their careers. Most recently, they co-founded
CoreOS, a company that brings Google-like server infrastructure to other
"Oregon State students have played a vital role in creating critical software
for the Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) while gaining valuable
hands-on experiences with projects that are making an impact."
The Center for Applied Systems and Software (CASS) is a non-profit organization
that provides software development, testing and hosting solutions to clients
while giving students hands-on industry experience. Students are given the
opportunity and guidance to work with real-world clients and to see projects
from start to finish. CASS prides itself in offering quality services to
customers while providing a beneficial experience for our students.
CASS has three units, each with a specialized focus, that work closely together
to provide expanded services for clients and a more diverse experience for