GrammaTech, Inc., a leading manufacturer of software-analysis tools, today announced the expansion of its no-cost academic program to include CodeSonar. The tool can now be used in academic research and teaching.
GrammaTech’s Academic Program already includes projects at Carnegie Mellon University, the University of California Davis, Szeged University, Loyola College, the University of Waterloo, Seattle University, Swinburne University, the University of Hertfordshire, University College London and many other institutions. Application areas in which researchers are using GrammaTech’s static-analysis technology include improving software quality, computer forensics, applying statistical learning techniques to software engineering and exploring new debugging approaches.
GrammaTech grew out of research started at Cornell University and is proud to be able to contribute program-analysis technology back to the research community. The company also actively collaborates on research projects with universities such as the University of Virginia, Georgia Tech and the University of Wisconsin.
“The Software Engineering Institute (SEI), National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), FDA, and many other influential organizations are encouraging the use of static analysis to improve software quality and security. GrammaTech’s Academic Program helps university faculty incorporate hands-on experience with static analysis. Students will be able to use the same technology that has been used on a wide variety of mission-critical projects, including the Mars Curiosity Rover,” said Mark Zarins, VP of Marketing at GrammaTech. “Faculty can also use the technology in their research projects.”
To apply to GrammaTech’s Academic Program, visit: http://www.grammatech.com/products/codesonar/academic.html.