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  • ITMO’s Monday Science Roundup #55

    Worried you’ve missed something new in the world of science? Worry not: here are the key updates on tech, education, and more from the recent weeks. New and gripping AI models, an eco-minded Master’s program for budding entrepreneurs, and the latest in science art – all this in today’s science roundup!


  • Technologies and Humans in Conversation: Yandex Museum & ITMO Partner Up for Contemporary Art Exhibition

    The exhibition Digital Refractions invites its guests to discover new senses via technologies. You’ll get to touch the surface of the ocean, create a digital avatar, and even experience the world as an embryo. There are seven installations in total, all created by students and graduates of ITMO’s Art & Science Center and its partners. Read on to learn what else awaits you at the exhibition.


  • Yes to New Worlds: ITMO Graduate Nadezhda Bey Opens Her First Personal Exhibition

    Mixed reality, a technological forest, and optical illusions – all that will greet visitors at the immersive exhibition Yes to New Worlds!, authored by Nadezhda Bey, a graduate of ITMO’s Art & Science Master’s program. Read on to learn more about the exhibition.


  • Sounds of the Internet and Singing Mushrooms: New Science Art Exhibition at Russian Museum

    ITMO University’s Art & Science Center and the State Russian Museum have unveiled their new exhibition Modulations: Sound, Light, Movement, which features works by audio-visual artists. The official opening took place on February 8 in the Eastern Pavilion of the Mikhailovsky Castle. Read on to learn more about the exhibition.


  • Travelers, Bikers, and Fashionistas: ITMO's 2024 Calendar Makes Science Cool

    ITMO wouldn’t be ITMO if we didn’t do something extraordinary to mark the end of the year. This time, the university tells 12 stories of science heroes from a different angle: you will learn about not only their work, but also their hobbies, values, and dreams. You will find the looks and stories of scientists, entrepreneurs, and science artists in a calendar called The Big Style Theory.


  • Student Spotlight: Siraj Farhan, India

    Step into the world of Siraj Farhan, an international student from India who is currently pursuing a Master's degree in entrepreneurship at ITMO. Farhan is a captivating individual with an insatiable passion for computers and AI. An adventurer at heart, he's tried his hand at a multitude of pursuits, including building his very own startup. Join us as we delve into his inspiring journey.


  • Move by Nature: New Exhibition by ITMO and Gazprombank Opens in St. Petersburg

    A part of the Creative Laboratories project by Gazprombank, FC Zenit, and the Gonzo:Research&Art studio, the exhibition Move by Nature will take place on September 23-26. At the event, organized by ITMO’s Art & Science Center, visitors will explore the connections between art, ecology, and contemporary technologies through sculptures, as well as audiovisual and interactive installations.


  • ITMO’s Monday Science Roundup #34

    Every second Monday, we review the latest and most exciting science news at ITMO. Today, we’ll be looking at advances in space medicine, promising career prospects for robotics students, and a slew of curious projects and discoveries at the junction of the arts and exact sciences.


  • An Omnipresent Tiger and Collective Fears: ITMO Experts Create Digital Theatrical Sets

    Contemporary theater is more than just the stage and the actors – these days, many productions incorporate various technologies, such as holographic projections. Recently, experts from ITMO have collaborated with stage directors within the project Live Laboratory “Digital Stage” on digital set designs for several plays that premiered at the Lensovet Theatre. In this article, we talk to the creators about the synthesis of high tech and thespian talents on the modern stage. 


  • ITMO Art & Science Center Wins “Top 50 Famous People in St. Petersburg” Award from Magazine

    On June 8, the St. Petersburg-based magazine unveiled its annual list of the top 50 most famous people in the city. The team of ITMO’s Art & Science Center received the award in the category Cultural Institution.