This is the list of ideas for students wishing to apply for Google Summer of Code 2011.
If you are a student interested in applying, please get in touch with us on our mailing list, so that we can help you with the application.
Please add new ideas here. This is for inspiration, you can apply with something completely different if you like. The best project for you is one you are interested in, and are knowledgeable about. That way, you will be the most successful in your project and have the most fun doing it, while we will be the most confident in your commitment and your ability to complete it.
The ideas are in no particular order. Ideas in bold are ones that we would really like to have implemented. Some of these things are already partially implemented. Checkout the current source or ask on the mailing list to see where things presently stand.
The second section contains more detailed projects that can be done.
Please contact the sympy list (or Brian E. Granger, Ondrej Certik) for questions about the physics related topics.
Look at the paper by Kelly Roach (K. Roach. Meijer g function representations. In ISSAC ’97: Proceedings of the 1997 international symposium on Symbolic and algebraic computation, pages 205–211, New York, NY, USA, 1997. ACM.)
If you are willing to mentor, please add yourself here. I also need your link_id (go to http://www.google-melange.com/ and sign in at the top. Your link_id will be at the top of the page) so I can add you as a mentor in Google's system. Note that you will need to accept the invitation once I invite you to become a mentor. You can also apply to be a mentor on Google's site (see this page). Please add your name here either way: