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  • ITMO’s Advanced Engineering School Among Federal Leaders

    On February 19, the Council on grants and state support for the development of advanced engineering schools assembled in Moscow. Valery Falkov, the Russian Minister for Science and Higher Education and the head of the council, discussed the results achieved by advanced engineering schools from all over the country with an expert committee. ITMO’s Advanced Engineering School (AES) retains its leading position and is to receive 634 million rubles in grant support.


  • ITMO’s Advanced Engineering School Passes Project Defence

    On February 15, the Russian capital welcomed teams from universities all over the country. They presented the results achieved by their advanced engineering schools in 2023 and outlined their next steps before a committee from the Russian Ministry of Science and Higher Education. Based on the results of these presentations, the Ministry will name the country’s best teams and allocate funding for advanced engineering schools of 30 universities for 2024.


  • First International Conference of ITMO’s Advanced Engineering School Attracts Over 200 Participants

    BIOCON 2023 was the first international conference in biotechnologies organized by ITMO’s Advanced Engineering School (AES). Hosted in Almetyevsk, it brought together around 250 scientists and entrepreneurs from 14 countries. The conference’s main aim was to create a platform for international cooperation, interdisciplinary research, and academic exchange.


  • New Research Brings Personalized Arrhythmia Treatment

    Scientists from ITMO University proposed a new approach to treat atrial fibrillation (arrhythmia, or irregular heartbeat) – AI-powered algorithms. Using the innovative method, cardiac surgeons will be able to 3D-print custom cardiac tissues for each patient and thus increase the efficiency of their treatment.


  • PI School Welcomes Young Scientists From All Over Russia

    The PI School, organized by ITMO’s Advanced Engineering School and SCAMT Institute with the support of Tatneft, took place on June 18-25, bringing together more than 40 researchers from Moscow, St. Petersburg, Novosibirsk, Yekaterinburg, Kaliningrad, and other Russian cities.


  • Principal Rising Star: ITMO’s School for Aspiring Principal Investigators

    ITMO opens applications to the second PI School for rising stars – it is set to start on May 18. Same as last year, experts from the fields of education, research, and business will share their insights with participating Master’s and PhD students and postdocs. Among the topics are building a career in science, conducting breakthrough research, and collaborating with industrial partners. Read on to learn more about the school.


  • ITMO Advanced Engineering School to Host First National School in High-Tech Production

    ITMO University’s Advanced Engineering School (AES) is partnering with Tatneft on its first PE (Principal Engineer) school – an initiative for young scientists looking for knowledge and skills needed to make the transition from fundamental studies into the industry. Representatives of companies and startup CEOs will share practical advice on transforming ideas into high-tech products and releasing them onto the market.


  • ITMO’s Advanced Engineering School Named Best in Russia

    Recently, the universities participating in the advanced engineering schools initiative have presented the results of the first year of their work to the Minister of Science and Higher Education Valery Falkov. ITMO’s Advanced Engineering School came first among all other participants and will receive over 514 million rubles in grant support.


  • ITMO’s Advanced Engineering School Awards 1.5 Million Ruble Grants to Interdisciplinary Teams’ Tech Projects

    Advanced engineering schools have been launched across the country in 2022 as part of a federal project. Its main goal is to train principal engineers who can assemble interdisciplinary teams and use data-driven approaches to integrate new products into partner companies’ processes. ITMO’s Advanced Engineering School is part of the effort. Recently, it has awarded grants of up to 1.5 million rubles to ten interdisciplinary teams made up of ITMO Master’s and PhD students. We spoke to some of the winners about their projects and future plans.


  • ITMO’s Advanced Engineering School Awards Grants to Genetics, Machine Learning, Nanomaterials Projects

    Having been founded earlier in 2022 with federal support, ITMO's Advanced Engineering School has already welcomed its 55 first students, chosen from among the participants of the Master's programs Chemistry and Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning Engineering, and Digital Systems Engineering. Recently, the school held a scholarship contest to support ambitious students wishing to develop their own products alongside their Master’s studies and acquire the competencies of lead engineers. In this article, we talk to the creators of three winning projects about their plans and goals now that they’ve won the scholarship.