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Sponsorships

In an effort to support the object-oriented programming and software engineering research community in Switzerland, CHOOSE has launched the following programs.

Object-oriented conferences

CHOOSE sponsors students of Swiss universities to attend conferences on object-oriented technologies. CHOOSE will offer 500 CHF per student and per year. In order to qualify for the sponsorship, the student has to have a paper or poster accepted for presentation at that conference.

To apply, the student must send an e-mail to the CHOOSE Board prior to attending the conference. The mail must contain the following information (plain text or PDF):

  • a short CV of the student,
  • the accepted paper or poster abstract, and
  • confirmation of acceptance

By applying the student agrees to have his name and the paper abstract to be published on the CHOOSE web site.

Student mobility

CHOOSE encourages the exchange and the mobility of students between research teams with the destination of Switzerland. The student can be from a Swiss team or a foreign country. CHOOSE offers 5 grants of up to 2500 CHF per calendar year and per institution.

To apply, the responsible of the hosting institution must send an e-mail to the CHOOSE Board containing the following information (plain text or PDF):

  • a description of the purpose of the exchange, explaining why the exchange would be hampered without the support of CHOOSE,
  • a short CV of the student, and
  • a short description of the two teams

By applying the student agrees to give a presentation of the work done during this exchange programme as a CHOOSE talk (travel expenses will be covered by CHOOSE while student is in Switzerland).

Sponsored students

  • Fernando Olivero from University of Lugano
    Ronda: A fine grained collaborative development environment, at CDVE 2012

    Awarded on 27 June 2012
  • Niko Schwarz from University of Bern
    On how often code is cloned across repositories, at ICSE 2012

    Awarded on 3 February 2012
  • Jorge Ressia from University of Bern
    Object-Centric Debugging, at ICSE 2012

    Awarded on 1 February 2012
  • Erwann Wernli from University of Bern
    Bidirectional transformations meets dynamic updates: promise & perils, at BX 2012

    Awarded on 1 February 2012
  • Fernando Olivero from University of Lugano
    LumiƩre : a Novel Framework for Rendering 3D graphics in Smalltalk, at IWST 2009 (International Workshop on Smalltalk Technologies)

    Awarded on 25 August 2009
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