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Having moved to the United States ten years ago, Alexey Ivanov is now a principal engineer at Dropbox. ITMO.NEWS talked to the ITMO graduate to learn more about what difficulties he faced when moving to a new country, how much IT specialists earn in Silicon Valley, and how different business cultures in Russia and abroad are.
This year, the Congress’s participants have the opportunity to get a position at the university from September 1, 2021. As of today, the contest involves two positions; there may be more in the future. Read more about the contest in this article by ITMO.NEWS.
“I’m not very happy with my choice of career,” is a sentiment all too familiar to many. What do you do when it feels like the path you picked no longer feels like the correct one? Where do you find support? And what’s so dangerous about guilt? Find answers to these questions in this article we wrote with Ekaterina Bilenko, a psychologist at ITMO University’s Career Development Office.
The travel tech company founded by ITMO graduates invites students to experience a new internship format and try their hand at starting a project from scratch with the help of qualified mentors.
This November, one of the top experts in the world of photonics will conduct a series of open lectures for ITMO students. ITMO.NEWS spoke with Professor John T. Sheridan about the future of holography, academic networking, and why he believes it’s better to think it over ten times before becoming a professor.
Keeping the Balance Between Creativity and Technology: Ekaterina Doronina on Her Path to Self-Discovery
In this ITMO.NEWS interview, Ekaterina Doronina shares her thoughts on how to become an interdisciplinary designer, do an internship at the Alexandrinsky Theatre, work on major projects for museums, and find yourself.
Mikhail Bryksin, an ITMO graduate and a Veeam developer, frequently assesses candidates' test tasks. ITMO.NEWS talked to him to learn more about useful hacks, tips, and details to pay attention to when applying for a developer job.
You Can Fight the World and Win: ITMO Graduate Kirill Rivkin on DataArt, Studies in the US and His Startup
Kirill Rivkin went to ITMO in the ‘90s. Since then, he has tried his hand at DataArt, got a PhD in theoretical physics in the USA, became a hard drive engineer at Seagate Technology, created a startup that develops processors, and published five books on the history of weapons.
This year, Oksana Ivanova graduated from ITMO’s Master’s program in Bioinformatics and Systems Biology among the best graduates. She discussed her experience, current research, and further plans for studies with ITMO.NEWS.
In this interview with ITMO.NEWS, graduate Alexander Belozerchik talks about his decision to return to university, how much education has changed in 20 years, and why go study if you’re already leading a successful career.