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  • Participants of It's Your Call! Forum Develop Algorithm for Assessing Robot Performance

    ITMO University has run a case championship for the participants of the educational forum It’s Your Call! which was held as part of the I Am a Professional contest. Within one day, students had to design a model that can assess a robot’s performance. The task was set by Sberbank, the forum’s general partner. More on the models and best student solutions below.


  • Global Trends in AI and Robotics: ITMO Hosts 7th Educational Forum It’s Your Call!

    120 participants of the national student contest I Am a Professional have come to ITMO University for the seventh educational forum It’s Your Call! Over the course of a week, the students will attend lectures, go on guided tours of St. Petersburg’s top IT companies, develop their hard and soft skills at numerous workshops, and even take part in quickfire interviews. At the end of the event, participants will try to solve a case suggested by Sberbank, the event’s general partner, and present their solutions to an expert jury.


  • It’s Your Call: The 7th Educational Forum Kicks off at ITMO University

    On April 1-5, ITMO University will host It’s Your Call! – a forum, where the participants of the I Am a Professional contest will discover top AI trends, try their hand at solving robotics and competitive programming problems, practice their interview skills, and even solve a real-world task from the forum’s general partner – Sberbank.


  • I Am a Professional: Programming & IT Track Among Contest's Most Popular

    In the first round of the I Am a Professional contest, the track Programming & Information Technologies, organized by ITMO, proved to be one of the most popular options with students. The contest features a total of over 70 tracks in 10 different fields, from computer science to healthcare. 


  • I Am a Professional Contest: ITMO Named Best University Based on Registration Results

    The registration period for future participants of the annual I Am a Professional contest has recently concluded, making the track Programming & Information Technologies – delivered by ITMO – the most popular among St. Petersburg students. Moreover, it transpired that more students from ITMO have signed up for the contest than from any other universities in the city. 


  • Why to Apply and How to Prep for Programming & Information Technologies Track at I Am a Professional

    Applications for the I Am a Professional contest are open until November 14. Winners will receive additional points when applying to Master's and PhD programs, as well as internships at prestigious corporations. In this installment of our series of articles about the contest, Alexander Mayatin, the curator of the Programming & Information Technologies track and an associate professor at ITMO’s Information Technologies and Programming Faculty, speaks about why students should join the contest and how they can win it.


  • Why to Apply and How to Prep for Information & Cyber Security Track at I Am a Professional

    Until November 14, students can apply for the I Am a Professional contest to win internships at major Russian companies, admission bonuses when entering the country’s top universities – and a cash prize of up to 300,000 rubles. ITMO University is curating three of the contest’s tracks, including Information & Cyber Security. In this article, Andrey Yuganson, the track’s curator and associate professor at ITMO’s Faculty of Secure Information Technologies, unveils what it takes to win the contest.


  • Why to Apply and How to Prep for Robotics Track at I Am a Professional

    Registration is ongoing for students who wish to try their luck at the I Am a Professional contest and compete for a cash prize of up to 300,000 rubles, internships at renowned Russian companies, and admissions privileges at the nation’s top universities. ITMO University is in charge of the contest’s three tracks, including Robotics, which is curated by Islam Bzhikhatlov, an associate professor at the Faculty of Control Systems and Robotics, who told us about what to expect this year and how to win the competition.


  • Applications Open for the I Am a Professional Contest

    The I Am a Professional competition is officially underway. Winners will receive monetary prizes of up to 300,000 rubles, admission privileges when applying for Master’s and PhD programs, and internship opportunities at major Russian companies. See below for details on this season’s contest.


  • ITMO Student Breaks I Am a Professional Contest Record

    Zakhar Yakovlev, a first-year Master’s student at ITMO’s Faculty of Physics, notched up the record-breaking eight medals – a first in the six-season history of the I Am a Professional contest.