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Today, on January 25, President Vladimir Putin held a meeting with students of Russia’s leading universities from four cities – Moscow, St. Petersburg, Novosibirsk, and Nizhny Novgorod. Among them were four ITMO University students, winners of competitions in mathematics and programming. They discussed the importance of new educational models and environments with the president.
In 2021, the Russian Government will allocate three billion rubles to construct ITMO’s world-class research, education, and innovation center in the satellite city Yuzhny, Pushkinsky District. Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin signed the associated order on December 23. Another two billion rubles will be granted by the Government of St. Petersburg until the end of the year. The next round of financing is scheduled for 2022-2024.
The year’s last meeting of ITMO’s Supervisory Council took place on December 13 at the Moscow offices of Yandex. The council’s members discussed the construction and development of ITMO Highpark.
During the recent 19th Builders’ Convention, Alexander Beglov, Governor of St. Petersburg, revealed development plans for the city's transport infrastructure and emphasized the importance of building a metro station near ITMO’s second campus in the Pushkinsky District.
The Vodokanal of St. Petersburg (the city’s main water utilities enterprise – Ed.) has begun the final stage of connecting ITMO Highpark to centralized cold water supply and disposal systems; as of now, the associated works are 80% done. As part of their efforts, the state utilities company’s specialists will install over 41 kilometers of engineering infrastructure.
ITMO students and staff will have the opportunity to move into new housing by the time ITMO’s second campus opens. That’s the news from the XIV St. Petersburg International Innovation Forum.
During the ongoing XIV St. Petersburg International Innovation Forum, Mikhail Mastin, CEO of ITMO Highpark JSC, confirmed that the world-class research, education, and innovation center in the satellite city Yuzhny will become home to a cutting-edge data processing center.
Start Development and ITMO Highpark have summarized the results of the latest research on urban development, which focused on the key elements necessary for the creation of a comfortable environment in cities. The survey participants believe that municipalities and businesses should contribute to the region's sustainability alongside city authorities.
Window into the Future: Start Development and ITMO Highpark Present the Latest Research on Urban Development
The city authorities look towards a new strategic plan that will shape the future of the megapolis. What will St. Petersburg be like? What must be addressed beforehand? And what time-tested practices can facilitate the holistic development of the modern-day city? Start Development and ITMO Highpark conducted a special study to answer these and other pressing questions.
The company has gained financial support from Bank Saint Petersburg to launch the construction of the satellite city Yuzhny in the Pushkinsky District, St. Petersburg.