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  • Mass & Quality: How Russia and China Transform Education With AI

    How can universities promote AI talents? Which educational programs should be implemented to make it happen? And which technologies are currently being utilized to improve the quality and efficiency of education? These were some of the topics discussed at the first China-Russia seminar on training AI specialists. The event, organized by ITMO University, Tsinghua University, and Yandex, was attended by experts from Russian tech giants, including Sberbank, Gazprom Neft, and many others.


  • Natalia Iakovchenko: Bridging Scientific Borders as USERN Ambassador for Russia

    In a significant development at the 8th USERN Congress held in Yerevan (Armenia), Natalia Iakovchenko, a researcher and lecturer at ITMO’s Faculty of Biotechnologies, was appointed as the Universal Scientific Education and Research Network (USERN) Ambassador for Russia. The appointment was made in recognition of Prof. Iakovchenko’s outstanding contributions to science and her commitment to fostering international collaboration.


  • ITMO Researchers Propose New Production Method for Biosensor Nanoparticles

    Physicists from ITMO’s International Research and Educational Center for Physics of Nanostructures have proposed a method of generating plasmonic chiral nanoparticles with the help of “twisted” laser radiation. The obtained structures can be used in biosensors and polarized photodetectors, detect impurities in gasses and liquids, as well as purify medications.


  • Bringing Quantum Tech Closer: Researchers from ITMO and Ludwig Maximilian University Examine New Approach to 2D Heterostructures

    In a paper published in Nature Nanotechnology, the collaborators from ITMO and Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich describe a new method for producing two-dimensional heterostructures. The approach is based on the so-called moiré effect, achieved when two layers are stacked at a certain angle. The resulting patterns demonstrate exciton states that are of scientific interest and hold a potential in terms of next-gen electronic devices, as well as quantum technologies.


  • Improving Lasers: ITMO Scientists Suggest a New Way to Couple Light and Matter

    A new approach has been suggested at ITMO to enhance interaction of light and matter during metamaterials production. Compared to conventional methods, the novel approach requires less precision and relies on cheaper equipment, while producing more compact and sensitive lasers. The study was described in an article published in Nano Letters. 


  • ITMO Signs Cooperation Agreements With Belarusian Universities

    ITMO’s Technology Transfer Center has signed collaboration agreements with three Belarusian research institutions: the Belarusian State Academy of Communications, the Belarusian State University of Informatics and Radioelectronics (BSUIR), as well as BSUIR’s Technopark. The agreements concern the potential introduction of ITMO's technological solutions to the Belarusian market and the establishment of a network for exchanging knowledge and experience.


  • EMI Is the Answer: ITMO Experts on How To Teach Your Subject in English

    ITMO boasts over 20 educational programs in English that welcome both Russian and international students. However, no matter how good the lecturer’s command of the language, teaching in English is still a challenging task. Recent studies demonstrate that studying in a non-native language is associated with lower concentration and information retention rates. That’s where EMI training comes to the rescue – it’s a training method that’s gaining popularity all over the world and is widely applied at ITMO. Read on to find out all about it. 


  • ITMO Students Win Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ Scholarship

    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.


  • Dr. Carlos Cabal From University of Havana on the Future of MRI

    Prof. Cabal’s research group from the University of Havana, Cuba, learned to build their own magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanners thirty years ago – back then, those were the only available MRI machines in the country. Today, Dr. Carlos Cabal is one of leading MRI experts with a long history of successful collaboration with ITMO University. Starting 2016, the researcher has been delivering a specialized course for future physicists twice a year and soon, he will join the university’s school of MRI as one of the keynote speakers. In this article, Prof. Cabal shares his views on the future of MRI and explains why he thinks ITMO has all the potential to break new grounds in this field.


  • ITMO Scientists Develop Nanostructured Temperature Indicator Based on Carbon Dots and Nanocellulose

    Researchers from ITMO’s ChemBio Cluster and University of Toronto discovered a nonlinear dependence of photoluminescence of carbon dots on the composition of a water and dimethyl sulfoxide solvent. The color of the same dot sample changes depending on the polarity of solvent it is placed in. Thanks to this discovery, the researchers were able to develop a portable wide-range (from -68°C to +19°C) temperature indicator, which can be used to control the storage conditions of chemical, pharmaceutical, and food products.