Search by tag «Grants» 51 results
Four research projects developed by scientists from ITMO University received the top accolades in this year’s Blue Sky Research competition, which focuses on AI applications in agricultural and food industries, with winners receiving 1.5-million-ruble grants. This competition aims to support young researchers with promising high-risk ideas.
ITMO’s Advanced Engineering School Awards 1.5 Million Ruble Grants to Interdisciplinary Teams’ Tech Projects
Advanced engineering schools have been launched across the country in 2022 as part of a federal project. Its main goal is to train principal engineers who can assemble interdisciplinary teams and use data-driven approaches to integrate new products into partner companies’ processes. ITMO’s Advanced Engineering School is part of the effort. Recently, it has awarded grants of up to 1.5 million rubles to ten interdisciplinary teams made up of ITMO Master’s and PhD students. We spoke to some of the winners about their projects and future plans.
Winter’s round the corner, so make yourself cozy and sit down for a quick yet enlightening read with our bi-weekly digest of ITMO’s science breakthroughs and developments. Today, you’ll hear about new technologies in advanced materials, particle physics, and optical computing – as well as a new educational course and our students’ successes.
Projects by eleven ITMO students were named best in a student startup contest held by the Foundation for Assistance to Small Innovative Enterprises, with each of the projects being supported by a 1 million ruble grant to see it to fruition. Read on to learn more about these star ideas.
The Consul General of Israel in St. Petersburg Dr. Uri Resnick awarded grants for two Master’s students from ITMO’s Faculty of Photonics. The award ceremony took place at ITMO on October 3. The scholarship will cover one year of studying at Tel Aviv University.
ITMO Digital Generation Club Wins 5 Million Ruble Grant From Russian Ministry of Science and Higher Education
According to the results of the national contest among scientific student clubs, forty universities were granted financial support from the Ministry of Science and Higher Education. The contest’s leaders, among which are ITMO University, Lomonosov Moscow State University, the National Research Nuclear University MEPhI, and the National University of Science and Technology (MISiS), received 5 million rubles to build a community of young professionals in artificial intelligence.
Reservoir Computing and New Surgical Materials: This Year’s Presidential Grant-Winning Projects by ITMO’s Young Scientists
The Council for Grants of the President of the Russian Federation has published the results of its grant contest for young scientists. This year, eight researchers from ITMO working in different fields – physics, chemistry and technical sciences – made it onto the list of winners.
The Council for Grants of the President of the Russian Federation has announced the list of winners of the competition for state support of leading scientific schools. The list includes two teams from ITMO University, headed by Pavel Belov and Vladislav Bougrov, respectively.
On November 27-29, the Sirius Park of Science and Art hosted the final round of the Tvoy Hod (“Your Move” – Ed.) competition. ITMO University received a 2.5 million rubles grant for having the greatest number of participants who made it to the finals. ITMO.NEWS talked to the finalists to learn more about their projects.
In 2019, a Russian federal program for the development of synchrotron and neutron-focused research was launched. The program will go on until 2027; in that time, new megascience-class projects, such as X-ray lasers, synchrotrons, and neutron generators, are expected to be launched. As part of the program, in 2021 the Russian Ministry of Science and Higher Education announced a contest for research and specialist training. A team of scientists from ITMO University participated in the contest and won with a project on X-ray laser technologies in nano- and biomaterials science.