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  • New Corporate Lab: ITMO and Rosneft to Develop IT Solutions for Geological Exploration

    ITMO and the oil and gas giant Rosneft have announced the launch of a new joint laboratory of modern digital solutions in industry. There, students and staff of both partners will address industrial tasks with AI models that can help explore deposits and predict oil extraction and ice flow. The lab will also train specialists capable of delivering new digital industrial solutions.


  • ITMO Researchers To Model New Medications and Microelectronics

    A new laboratory of digital chemistry has opened its doors at ITMO University. Under the supervision of theoretical chemist Mikhail Medvedev, school and university students will work to develop IT solutions, including those imitating human brain processes, to produce new medications and model chemical processes. The team’s findings are expected to facilitate the development of novel pharmaceuticals, microelectronics, and oil additives. This was announced by Vladimir Knyaginin, the Vice Governor of St. Petersburg.


  • ITMO and Х5 Group Launch Joint AI Laboratory

    ITMO University and X5 Tech, an IT company within the Russian food retail giant Х5 Group, are opening an artificial intelligence (AI) laboratory within the joint Master’s program by ITMO and Napoleon IT. The newly-founded research unit will develop AI-assisted products and train machine learning and big data specialists to develop AI solutions for retail.


  • ITMO’s Monday Science Roundup #35

    In this bi-weekly guide, we share everything you need to know about the latest goings-on in the world of science, research, and education at ITMO.


  • ITMO Robotics Team Converts Hoverboard Into Life-Sized Robot

    The robot’s algorithm controls the self-balancing scooter’s motherboard, the human-size robot impresses with its dimensions, weight, and technical solutions. The team has already won the St. Petersburg Open Robotics Competitions, and their next goal is the national stage of the RoboCup.


  • Get to Know ITMO Technopark’s XLab

    At the end of last year, ITMO Technopark welcomed a new space called XLab – a coworking, an advanced laboratory for developing prototypes, and a venue for various thematic events: lectures, hackathons, and championships.


  • ITMO Resident LLS Company Develops Lab for Working with Laser and Optical Equipment

    At the laboratory, company’s staff and ITMO students can do research, testing, and assemble components and equipment. ITMO.NEWS spoke with the company’s founder and CEO Nikita Burov and the head of its engineering team Egor Serduk about its capabilities, results, and plans for the future.


  • ITMO University Launches Laboratory of Quantum Processes and Measurements

    ITMO University has recently launched a new unit that specializes in studying quantum processes. According to the founders of the new laboratory, they are planning to introduce breakthrough theoretical developments of fundamental physics into experimental science. ITMO.NEWS contacted Anton Kozubov, the head of the new laboratory’s theoretical department, in order to learn more about the tasks that the scientists have set for themselves, as well as why their completion can expand the horizons of modern physics.


  • A Tour Around ITMO University's “Functional Materials and Devices of Optoelectronics” Lab

    Today we’re taking you inside ITMO University’s  “Functional Materials and Devices of Optoelectronics” Lab to learn about its equipment and projects. 


  • Living Science: Inside ITMO’s Infochemistry Center

    ITMO University’s Infochemistry Center grew from an eponymous research group led by professor Ekaterina Skorb, formerly a group leader at the Max Planck Institute and Harvard researcher working under one of today’s most cited chemistry experts. Among the Center’s priority areas are interdisciplinary research at the intersection of mathematics and chemistry, experimental chemistry, and the introduction of hi-tech approaches into the industry. But its staff collaborates not only with mathematicians, biologists and IT specialists, but also artists. ITMO.NEWS spoke to Ekaterina Skorb about the Center’s tasks and projects.