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ITMO’s Natural Systems Simulation Lab, operating within the National Center for Cognitive Research, is integrating hackathons into education and research. One of its first great triumphs is an ML model called FEDOT that impressed the expert board and brought the lab’s team a victory at the Emergency DataHack.
The hackathon aims to promote tourism in Moscow. This year, among its partners were SberBank, Domodedovo Airport, Rosatom, Garage Museum of Contemporary Art, and others. The grand prize was 1.5 million rubles.
Winners of the contest got the chance to enroll in one of the three corporate Master’s programs of ITMO’s Faculty of Software Engineering and Computer Systems.
The winners will get a cash prize and an opportunity to do internships at partner companies. Read about the participants’ training, the solutions that helped them win, and their future plans.
Participants will tackle a range of practical tasks suggested by the partners, all centered around the subject of blockchain technologies. The top teams will receive monetary prizes as well as the chance to continue their collaboration with Gazprom Neft and Innopolis University. Applications are accepted until November 30. The event will take place in Russian, but is open for non-Russian citizens.
ITMO university team Desyatochka (Russian for “ten”) became the winner of the Robotics Hackathon in Ufa and team ITMO-1 received a special award in the Interesting Solution category. Learn more about the participants’ preparation, winning strategies, and future plans in this ITMO.NEWS article.
The hackathon is meant to help implement information technologies in the Barents Euro-Arctic region. As part of it, the participants will work on tasks provided by companies from Russia, Finland, Sweden, and Norway. The attendees will be granted the chance to join a digital internship at one of those companies.
On September 22-25, ITMO University is hosting the international conference GraphiCon-2020. Established in 1991, the conference is a key event for specialists in the world of computer graphics and adjacent fields.
Dmitry Puzyrev, Andrey Velts, and Aleksandr Shcheblykin became the winners in the 2020 Digital Breakthrough hackathon’s nomination VK Mini Apps.
In this article, we will share the stories of ITMO University students who were admitted to study at ITMO based on their projects and research.