A project of the SAL research group is involved in the Google Summer of Code for the third time in a row.
The P2PSP, one of the projects included in the High Performance Computing and Algorithm group research lines, is taking part of the GSoC program as a mentor organization. GSoC is an international program in which Google awards stipends of 5400$ to all students who successfully complete a requested free and open-source software coding project during the summer.
In previous years we had students from countries such as Russia, India, Germany or Canada. Thanks to their work, we have achieved several improvements in the protocol, we focus on its massive use with topic like security and efficency.
Most of the P2PSP mentors are mates of the SAL group. This year the list is growing:
If you are an students, please take a look at 2017 P2PSP.org ideas page