Undergraduate Capstone Open Source Projects


We are grateful to the companies and organizations listed below for helping to make UCOSP possible.

Current Sponsors

Cybera‘s mission is to integrate cyberinfrastructure technology and expertise to advance research, development and innovation in Alberta.

First Media Group is a Toronto-based company that operates in software development, telephony, internet connectivity and renewable energy. FMG has been in business for more than twenty years and is currently focusing on new product development in mobile, Web 2.0 and social media.

Fog Creek Software is the creator of award-winning software including FogBugz and CityDesk.

IBM is one of the world’s leading providers of hardware, software, and IT services.

Ingres is a world leader in open source database management.

The Jonah Group is a full-service software consulting firm with an unparalleled reputation for analysis, design, and delivery.

Red Hat is a leading provider of open source software, bringing the choice, collaboration, cost savings and value of open source to enterprises worldwide.

Past Sponsors

The Open Source Laboratory at Oregon State University is home to many high-impact open source projects.

Rogers Communications is a leading provider of wireless, digital cable TV, high speed Internet and home phone services to consumers and businesses in Canada.

TUCOWS provides simple, useful services that help people unlock the power of the Internet.

Yahoo! is a leading global online network of integrated services.

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