There is an open call to apply for practice-oriented R&D grants sponsored by ITMO University.
The objectives of the practice-oriented R&D project are:
To develop the scientific and technical creativity of ITMO students and postgraduates, to acquire skills in practical scientific and design activities by mandatory producing and testing material objects (layouts, prototypes, stands, etc.);
To develop creative interaction between Bachelor’s, Master’s and PhD students and staff at ITMO University while working together on projects related to scientific and technical creativity;
To improve the teaching quality of Bachelor’s, Master’s and PhD students at ITMO University by engaging them in practice-oriented research, development and experimental technological work.
In order to apply please follow the steps below:
Form a group (would be good to have a local Russian speaker!)
Decide on your topic/project
Fill out the application form (Form_1)
Prepare the explanatory note concerning the project technical part (Form_2)
Plan your project’s schedule (Form_3)
Prepare the budget proposal for the project (Form_4)
Budget proposal and clarification of salaries (Form_5)
The list of mandatory sections of the explanatory note is given here.
All the documents should be certified by the academic advisor of the topic and by the research advisor.
The estimate project should also be approved by the head of the department, whose material accounting will include the produced objects.
If you want to participate you need to fill in the pre-registration form.
Applications are accepted from February 1 to March 2, 2020 at the ITMO University Center for Student Science, Conferences and Exhibitions at Kronverksky Pr. 49, room 309. Working hours: Monday to Friday from 11:00 to 17:00 (lunch from 13:00 to 14:00).
For more information on practice-oriented R&D and application documents, please refer to the “Terms for practice-oriented R&D sponsored by ITMO University”. (Annex 7).
Center for Student Science, Conferences and Exhibitions
+7 (812) 232 04 64