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  • ITMO and Almetyevsk State Oil Institute to Train Specialists in AI and Biotechnology

    ITMO University and Almetyevsk State Oil Institute are launching a new Master’s program AI in Biotechnology Systems, which will train future middle and senior specialists in biotechnology. During the training, students will learn to solve biotechnological problems using information technologies and big data, as well as to apply these technologies to produce even more efficient treatments. The corporate partner of the program is Tatneft.


  • The Future of Higher Education Conference: ITMO Rector Vladimir Vasilyev on Strong AI and Personalized Learning

    On June 8, Moscow hosted the 10th annual university forum The Future of Higher Education organized by the agency RAEX Analytics. The event was attended by Vladimir Vasilyev, the Rector of ITMO University, who took part in a plenary discussion devoted to the changes in current geopolitical and economiс climate. Dr. Vasilyev stated that artificial intelligence is one of the key potential drivers of reform in education.


  • Student Spotlight: Mohammad-Hossein Vaziri-Moghim, Iran

    Between accompanying his father on business trips and studying at ITMO, Mohammad-Hossein has had plenty of time to get to know St. Petersburg like a pro. What made him interested in robotics and artificial intelligence? Why ITMO? He answers these questions and more in today’s interview.


  • Systems-on-a-Chip and Truly Smart Devices: MTS AI and ITMO Launch a New Lab

    A new corporate lab by MTS AI has recently opened at the Faculty of Software Engineering and Computer Systems. One of its key research fields is Edge AI technologies that stand for programming on compact neuroaccelerators and systems-on-a-chip. Specialists from MTS AI will teach students as part of the Design and Development of AI Systems program. We talked to Anton Maslov, the leading developer of the company about the technology’s prospects and the collaboration between MTS and ITMO University. 


  • AI + Chemistry: Reasons to Join ITMO’s DataCon

    From July 19 to August 1, ITMO’s SCAMT Institute is holding DataCon, a free online workshop and hackathon for school and university students, where participants will learn to solve chemical problems using AI and machine learning and build predictive models based on aggregated data. Here is everything you need to know about the upcoming event.


  • AI Research Centers: First Achievements Announced

    Last year, six specialized research centers, including ITMO’s AI Research Center “Strong AI in Industry,” received grants through a contest held as part of the federal project Artificial Intelligence. Today, the contest winners reported on their first advances during a meeting at the Russian Coordination Center.


  • Student Spotlight: Devtanu Bose, India

    All the way from Kolkata, India Devtanu is a Master’s student in robotics and artificial intelligence at ITMO. He is also an intern in Nancy, France where he is working on a project in thermal physics. In this interview, he shares his story of getting selected for this internship and successfully making it to France amidst travel restrictions. Besides studies, he is also a Real Madrid faithful and wishes to witness the Champions League final at the Stade de France in Paris.


  • ITMO Launches New Master’s Program in Industrial AI

    AI in the Industry is a new Master’s program at ITMO University that will train sought-after professionals who can design, develop, and implement AI-based solutions in various industries. The program is implemented jointly with the university’s industrial partners, among which is Gazprom Neft’s Science and Technology Center. Such close ties with the industry will allow students to work on the company’s projects and join various R&D and analytics departments after their graduation. Who is it for and how can you apply? Here is everything you need to know about the program.


  • Human Versus Computer: ITMO Students Excel at Major Scientific Conference in Computational Linguistics

    In recent years, the variety of automated text generation software has drastically increased. These programs can craft short sentences and even whole paragraphs that are nearly as natural-sounding as if they were written by humans. Can we now say for sure where a text originates from and, most importantly, what tools were used to generate it? These are the questions that students from ITMO’s Information Technologies and Programming Faculty tried to answer at Dialogue, the largest Russian scientific conference in computational linguistics. Here is what they have achieved so far.


  • ITMO Launches New Master’s Program in Design and Development of AI Systems

    ITMO’s Faculty of Software Engineering and Computer Systems has launched a new Master’s program Design and Development of AI Systems. There, students will learn to solve applied problems using existing tools and architectures of neural networks, while also acquiring a deep understanding of methods and technologies needed for AI software systems development. Read on to learn more about the program’s standalone features and the prospects of Master’s students.