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In a world full of online chatter, does anyone still appreciate the humble postcard? Yes, they do! In this article, you will learn how you can join this bustling international community and receive postcards from all over the world in just a few clicks – and a few trips to the post office.
Petr Snetkov is one of ITMO’s talented young researchers: a Master’s student in the program Megascience Laser and Synchrotron Technologies and a senior engineer at the Center for Chemical Engineering. Recently, he had the opportunity to participate in the Erice Attosecond School “The Frontiers of Attosecond and Ultrafast X-ray Science,” held at the Ettore Majorana Foundation and the Centre for Scientific Culture in Italy. In this interview, we asked him all about this experience – and where you can find similar opportunities.
Digital Ethics, E-Services, and Smart Cities: Highlights of Scientific Conference on Internet and Modern Society
The XXV International Scientific Conference Internet and Modern Society 2022 (IMS 2022), hosted by ITMO University, brought together Russian and international scientists, as well as government representatives, to discuss different aspects of digitalization and share their views on digital governance, what kinds of e-services can improve the quality of life, and how to help people trust new technologies. Here is a review of the recent event.
The Large Hadron Collider at CERN is the most powerful particle accelerator in the world. It allows researchers to study particle physics at the highest energy levels available to accelerators. Stanislav Baturin has been working in the field of particle physics at Russian and American universities for many years. Last year, he joined the ITMO Fellowship & Professorship program and the team of the university’s Faculty of Physics. At ITMO, Stanislav is collaborating with the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research (JINR) located in Dubna, Moscow Oblast, on a project devoted to the physics of spinning particles. In March, the researcher will also teach an optional course on megascience-class installations. In this interview, he told us why researchers accelerate spinning particles and what to expect from his new course.
Traveling for Research and Missing the Sun: PhD Student Adria Canos Valero on His Experience in Russia
A PhD student at ITMO’s Faculty of Physics, Adria Canos Valero was born and raised in Spain. He obtained his Bachelor’s degree at the Polytechnic University of Catalonia, where he started his international academic career. In the span of six years, Adria worked in France, Switzerland, and Moscow, did research at CERN, and went from studying chemical engineering to optics and metamaterials. How is the life of a researcher in Russia different from that in Europe? Read on to find out.
The academic exchange competition for ITMO Bachelor’s/Specialist’s (starting from their second year of studies) and Master’s students is still on and will be running until February 17. Learn more about the selection process, the best study abroad destinations, and what to expect from your exchange from Yulia Shik, a manager at ITMO’s International Educational Programs Office and an ITMO graduate, who has been on exchange four times during her studies.
Karina Pats, a PhD student at ITMO’s Faculty of Information Technologies and Programming, studies the functioning of nuclear receptors using molecular dynamics and docking. She works actively together with the laboratory of Ferdinand Molnár at Nazarbayev University in Kazakhstan where she did her internship last spring. Thanks to the Erasmus+ program, now she got to work on a bioinformatics algorithm project at the University of Lorraine, Nancy (France). ITMO.NEWS talked to Karina Pats to learn more about life in France, new projects and colleagues, as well as landing an internship during the pandemic.
Tatiana Statsenko, a second-year Master’s student at ITMO’s ChemBio Cluster, has recently spent a month and a half doing an internship in Skopje, the capital of North Macedonia. There, together with her colleagues from the Saints Cyril and Methodius University, she explored the synthesis of perovskite nanocrystals. ITMO.NEWS talked to Tatiana to learn more about her work, internship, and experience of living abroad during the pandemic.
The pandemic is not the reason to cancel participation in international events. Check out the stories of our students who have received partial funding support from ITMO University and see the list of upcoming schools to apply for.
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.