Search by tag «ITMO Technopark» 19 results

  • Programmer’s Day at ITMO University: Programming Championship, IT Lectures, and Online Concert

    On the 256th day of each year, programmers from all over the world celebrate their professional holiday. On this occasion, ITMO University hosted an online festival with music, prizes from VK, games, and popular science lectures.

    18.09.2020

  • ITMO Resident LLS Company Develops Lab for Working with Laser and Optical Equipment

    At the laboratory, company’s staff and ITMO students can do research, testing, and assemble components and equipment. ITMO.NEWS spoke with the company’s founder and CEO Nikita Burov and the head of its engineering team Egor Serduk about its capabilities, results, and plans for the future.

    07.09.2020

  • Everyone Has an Aggio: ITMO University Graduates Create ERP Planning Software

    In this article, Gor Karapetyan and Alexander Plotnikov explain how Aggio grew out of a custom project into a self-sustained software product.  

    17.08.2020

  • UMNIK-ITMO Innovative Project Competition Application Period is Now Open

    ITMO University together with the Foundation for Assistance to Small Innovative Enterprises have announced the launch of the UMNIK-ITMO competition. Students and PhD researchers, young scientists and entrepreneurs working in the field of digital economics are welcome to participate. The best ideas will get 500,000 rubles in funding. Read more about the competition, the participation conditions, and its former winners in this ITMO.NEWS article. 

    04.06.2020

  • “We Got Noticed by Intel and IBM”: How an ITMO Technopark Resident is Winning Over the American Robotics Market

    Founded by ITMO University and Boston University College of Engineering professors, The MerkleBot company has headquarters in Silicon Valley and a developer office in St. Petersburg. Recently, the startup was awarded in the Robotics category at DeveloperWeek, the world’s biggest developer conference. After that, it was noticed by major companies. Vitaly Bulatov, CEO at MerkleBot, gave a lecture on business management in the USA at ITMO University during his short visit to Russia, and ITMO.NEWS took the opportunity to ask Vitaly several questions about the startup.

    13.03.2020

  • ITMO’s Technopark Resident MerkleBot Receives an Award at the World’s Largest Developer Conference

    The MerkleBot international project was founded by professors from ITMO University and Boston University, the USA. With its staff members coming both from Russia and the US, the company has now been honored at the world’s largest developer conference two years in a row. This year, MerkleBot presented a solution that won the DEVIES Award in Robotics. Read on to learn more about the conference, the award-winning solution, and the company behind it. 

    02.03.2020

  • ITMO Technopark Resident Statanly Technologies Shares Its Story of Success

    Statanly Technologies is a company specializing in machine learning algorithms and AI solutions for businesses. In this interview with ITMO.NEWS, the company’s CEO Sergey Fedorov shares his experiences of launching the company, bringing its first product to the market, switching to a new format, as well as discusses new developments and collaboration with Russian and European accelerators.

    22.11.2019

  • ITMO Technopark Resident’s Software to Help Monitor Condition of Water in Uruguay

    At the end of October, the company Airalab, a resident of ITMO University’s Technopark, presented its Internet of Things (IoT) solutions at one of the largest exhibitions in the field, IoT Solutions World Congress, this year hosted in Barcelona, Spain. Among other things, the event allowed them to sign a contract with a Uruguayan company for the supply of software that enables getting real-time updates on environmental monitoring. ITMO.NEWS met one of the company’s founders, associate professor at ITMO’s Faculty of Control Systems and Robotics Alexander Kapitonov to find out what countries also expressed interest in the company’s developments.

    07.11.2019

  • Must-Have for Drivers: New Development by ITMO Scientists Will Make Car Trips Safer

    ITMO University scientists have developed a mobile app that monitors drivers’ condition. When the system detects the signs of sleepiness or inattentiveness, it immediately follows back with recommendations on steps to take to avoid possible collisions. ITMO.NEWS spoke to Alexey Kashevnik, head of the project and associate professor at ITMO’s Information Technologies and Programming Faculty, to find out about the challenges encountered by the scientists and their future plans to develop the Drive Safely system.

    08.10.2019