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On July 1 to 8, the Web Science Summer School 2017 was held in St. Petersburg. It was organized by Laboratory of Internet Studies at Higher School of Economics and ITMO University’s International Laboratory “Computer Technologies”. The School’s mentors presented the projects in data set analysis. ITMO.NEWS has examined some of the social network data analysis projects developed by specialists from ITMO’s eScience Research Institute.
Head of School of Translational Information Technologies and of ITMO University’s eScience Research Institute Alexander Boukhanovsky and the Rector of South-Eastern Finland University of Applied Sciences (XAMK) Heikki Saastamoinen have signed a Memorandum of Understanding. The first step of this new partnership will be the staging of an International Young Scientists Conference. This year the event that will gather the leading experts on high-performance computing and simulation will take place at XAMK’s campus in the town of Kotka.
Yesterday, on February 9th, the House of Government of the Russian Federation hosted the award ceremony for the Russian Federation Government Prize in Education of 2016. Olga Vasilyeva, Minister of Education and Science, and Deputy Prime Minister Olga Golodets awarded the 19 laureates. Five awards were given to members of ITMO University for developing a complex procedure for selecting and training highly qualified world-class personnel in the field of Information Technologies.
The never-ending confrontation between viruses and antiviruses is a lot like a game of tag: for every threat a new security system upgrade is developed, and then new malware is developed to overcome the security. Yet, what if one eliminates the very possibility of malware entering the system? Artur Hanov, CEO of the CODA Project and tutor from the Department of Secure Information Technologies, shared how to do that.
Ksenya Buraya and her colleagues created an algorithm that can define an internet user's marital status with a 86% accuracy by using data from three social networks. The scientists believe that such programs will once be used to create psychological profiles. Ms. Buraya will present her report on the research at one of the most important events in this field — the AAAI Conference on artificial intelligence which will be held in San-Francisco in the beginning of February.