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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.
Every year, the International Festival of Architecture Zodchestvo reviews national achievements in architectural and urban development in the cities and regions of Russia.
Gennady Korotkevich, a PhD student at ITMO University and multiple-time winner of various international programming competitions was named VK Cup’s top participant in the Engine category. This year’s winners of VK Cup split between themselves a prize sum of 2,752,512 rubles – in binary, this particular number converts to an elegant 1010100000000000000000.
Just recently, ITMO University enrolled its third selection of students who were admitted via the ITMO.STARS individual achievements contest. The program offers talented applicants who couldn’t get a tuition-free position and can’t afford to pay for their education an opportunity to study at the university’s expense. This year, 15 students got the opportunity.
We asked the winners of the Best Graduate 2020 contest from different fields of studies to talk about their accomplishments, inspiration, and plans for the future.
In this article, we will share the stories of ITMO University students who were admitted to study at ITMO based on their projects and research.
ITMO Researchers’ Project Named Top Innovative Product by St. Petersburg Committee for Science and Higher Education
A project by ITMO University’s SCAMT Industrial Lab has been named the winner of the 2019 St. Petersburg Competition of Best Innovative Projects in Science and Higher Education. The awards ceremony took place as part of the 12th St. Petersburg International Innovation Forum. The winning project, First Aid, is an innovative treatment for post-surgery scarring, stretch marks, cuts, and burns for patients of all ages. The project is being developed by the Master’s and PhD students of ITMO’s ChemBio Cluster. Olga Sokolovskaya, the head of the project, spoke with ITMO.NEWS about this invention, results of the team’s research, and their future plans.
Earlier this month, the Russian racecar driver and ITMO University student Klim Gavrilov finished first in the Touring Cup of the FIA Motorsport Games 2019. The competition, which took place on the Vallelunga circuit in Italy, is dubbed the Olympics of motor sports. In addition to winning international competitions, Klim is also studying to be a programmer and plans on launching a capsule collection of T-shirts. In this interview with ITMO.NEWS, he speaks of his racing career, design, future plans, and how programming can help with driving.
Klim Gavrilov, a second-year student of the Faculty of Software Engineering and Computer Systems, is a gold medal-winner of the FIA Motorsport Games. The event, best described as the Olympics of motorsport, took place from October 31 to November 3, 2019 at the Vallelunga circuit in Italy. Klim Gavrilov competed – and won – in a racecar adorned with ITMO University’s logo.