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ITMO Highpark, the university’s upcoming world-class research, education, and innovation center, was named the best project of an innovative research and educational cluster by the jury of the international Golden Trezzini Awards. The awards ceremony was held at the Hermitage Theater on November 15.
At an award ceremony on April 27, Delovoy Peterburg, a major St. Petersburg-based media, named ITMO’s rebranding Project of the Year in the field of education.
Daria Durneva, a PhD student at ITMO’s Faculty of Technological Management and Innovations, has won in the category Best Student Entrepreneur at GSEA Russia 2023 with her project on a new textile production method. Now, she gets to present her idea at the GSEA Global finals in Istanbul.
The center’s projects took first place in the category Media Case of the Year. The jury took note of the winners’ newsworthy projects and exhibitions, as well as their contribution to the popularization of science art. The awards were presented on February 16 during an official ceremony in the historical Hotel Astoria.
ITMO University is happy to announce the comeback of the series of events aimed at raising the status of the university’s academic staff and nominating the best lecturers and mentors.
The annual “Academician N. M. Emanuel Memorial” award is given to the most successful Russian and international scientists who work in the field of chemical kinetics, physiochemical biology, biotechnology, and biochemical physics.
The admissions campaign entered the list of finalists for the IPRA Golden World Awards and received top awards in Digital Creativity and Social Media.
ITMO Scientist Andrey Bogdanov Receives Euler Prize from the Government of St. Petersburg and the Russian Academy of Sciences
Andrey Bogdanov, a senior research associate at ITMO’s Faculty of Physics and the head of the Nanophotonics and Metamaterials Master’s program, was recognized by the Government of St. Petersburg and the city’s Scientific Center for his contribution to science.
For Commitment to Science: Applications Open for National Academic Prize by Russian Ministry of Science and Higher Education
The Ministry of Science and Higher Education’s prize “For Commitment to Science” recognizes individuals who have made a significant contribution to the promotion of scientific knowledge. The award is open to journalists and media specialists, as well as students, science communicators, museum staff, exhibition curators, and other public figures.
The award is presented by Elsevier, one of the world’s largest publishing houses and the owner of the Scopus database. This year’s ceremony coincides with the Year of Science and Technology in Russia.