A web app created by students and staff in the Center for Applied Systems and software helped government agencies alert the public about roads that were impacted by wildfires.
The 2019 CyberForce Competition Winners, Including Two OSL Students.
Kai Lu Retires From CASS After 13 Years.
Working at the Open Source Lab has been the highlight of my computer science experience at Oregon State University.
Mark Clements, CASS Software Development Group Lab Manager, teaches Oregon educators to create apps for Apple devices using the Swift language
CASS Open Source Lab student-workers Bailey Singleton, Hannah Solorzano, Jerry Peng, and Mohamed Eldebri enjoy collaborating on open source code projects for clients from the lab in Milne Computer Center.
Oregon State alumni Alex Polvi and Brandon Philips are making news with their company CoreOS.
Oregon State students have played a vital role in creating critical software for the Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT).
Iftekhar Ahmed applies an old research technique to find bugs in the Linux kernel.
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.
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