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The semifinal of the International Collegiate Programming Contest (ICPC) was held in early April. Two teams from ITMO University became prize-winners: SPb ITMO: pengzoo came third, while SPb ITMO: Insert your name took first place and will now represent the university in the ICPC final. We spoke to Nikolay Budin, Stanislav Naumov, and Roman Korobkov from the winning team about the contest, competing against other ITMO teams, and their reasons for getting into competitive programming.
The hackathon aims to promote tourism in Moscow. This year, among its partners were SberBank, Domodedovo Airport, Rosatom, Garage Museum of Contemporary Art, and others. The grand prize was 1.5 million rubles.
The International Scientific Tournament, or IST for short, is a competition for students in the fields of natural sciences: physics, chemistry, and biology. Over the course of several days, the participants compete to solve interdisciplinary scientific challenges. A team that included four Master’s students of ITMO’s international research center SCAMT placed among the top three in this year’s competition.
Nikolay Budin became a winner in the Code category. In total, over 20,000 students from different parts of Eurasia competed in six categories. The award ceremony took place at Yota Arena in Moscow.
The interim results of the International Collegiate Programming Contest (ICPC) have recently been announced: the team Insert your name beat over 300 competitors for the top spot and pengzoo came in third.
The award is presented by Elsevier, one of the world’s largest publishing houses and the owner of the Scopus database. This year’s ceremony coincides with the Year of Science and Technology in Russia.
ITMO Associate Professor Anastasia Pavlova On Teaching, Social Media, and Participation in Women’s Competition
Anastasia Pavlova, a lecturer at ITMO’s Faculty of Biotechnologies, was nominated for the Top Women 2020 award in Consulting, Education, and Business Training. The competition’s jury included Irina Khakamada, a public figure, Lyasan Utiasheva, the winner of the 2001 World Cup in rhythmic gymnastics, and Vlad Lisovets, a TV host. ITMO.NEWS met with Anastasia Pavlova to learn more about her reasons to join the competition, balancing careers in science and industry, as well as her thoughts on social media in education.
Maxim Gorlach and Valentin Milichko, staff members of the Faculty of Physics and Engineering, have been recognized by Academia Europaea for their achievements in physics and chemistry.
Eighteen teams participating in this year’s World Robot Olympiad (WRO) had to compete for five main prizes. The team from ITMO University represented Russia at the competition and finished fourth in the Open Category.
Kirill Koshelev, a researcher from ITMO University, has been nominated for the Fontanka.ru media portal’s Recognition and Influence award. The list of ten nominees whose achievements were noted by the expert committee is available here (in Russian). Public voting will continue until November 30.