Google Summer of Code

EDGI's is participating in the 2017 Google Summer of Code (GSoC) program. Check below for updates on our student's projects throughout the summer!

If you are interested in getting involved or collaborating on our technical projects more broadly, you can find out how to join us.

Data Visualization of Archived Content – Harsh Baid

The purpose of this project is to develop a set of visually impactful and meaningful models that allow users to easily visualize the changes archived by EDGI.

Harsh Baid profile photoHarsh Baid is a junior at the University of Maryland - College Park studying Computer Science with a minor in math. He started programming during his freshmen year of highschool learning front/backend web development, but is currently interested in working with low-level architecture and embedded systems. In his free time, aside from his engineering-related hobbies, he loves to play the ukulele, read, and sleep.


Identifying and Prioritizing Important Website Changes – Janak Raj Chadha

The project goal is to utilise machine learning algorithms to identify changes on government agency websites which are worth reviewing.

 profile photoJanak Raj Chadha is an undergraduate student at a National Institute of Technology in India where he studies Electrical Engineering. He is interested in Artificial Intelligence, Space Exploration, Electric Vehicles, and Renewable Energy Science. He has recently started contributing to open-source organisations and would like to contribute to libraries like Tensorflow in the future.