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Recently, Alexander Boukhanovsky, head of ITMO’s School of Translational Information Technologies, received renewed funding from Russian Science Foundation for his project in predictive modeling in economics. In this interview, ITMO.NEWS asked Prof. Boukhanovsky about his project and the role AI might play in economics.
It’s time to celebrate the winter’s last weekend! We have very nearly got through it and it’s only logical to see February off in style. A flower festival, a flea market, a jazz concert, or an analog photography exhibition – which one will you choose? Whatever it is, you are bound to enjoy it!
ITMO University’s admission campaign DIGITAL NATIVE was named Russia’s best communication project of 2020. ITMO also became the first university to ever receive the Silver Archer award.
Ammar Ali, a Master’s student at ITMO’s Information Technology and Programming Faculty, took first place in the American National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) competition where he had to create a model that predicts disturbances in the Earth’s geomagnetic field.
Winners of the contest got the chance to enroll in one of the three corporate Master’s programs of ITMO’s Faculty of Software Engineering and Computer Systems.
Well-known Russian entrepreneurs and representatives of major online learning platforms discussed their views on education, the role of diplomas in today’s world, and the need for universities to reconsider their approach to the learning process.
ITMO University hosted the sixth school by the SCAMT institute. Almost 50 participants from all over Russia gained experience in the various fields of research offered at the ChemBio cluster.
Writing a thesis is almost always a combination of the joy of discovery and the stress of putting it into words, which is made worse by the scary monster of references. Where to look for sources? How not to drown in them? How to properly use them in your paper? Despair not! You’ll be amazed at how easy and satisfying it is to conquer it all, step by step.
As St. Petersburg is gradually becoming a branch of the Antarctic, we are cosily bundling up in our scarves that gradually become blankets. We truly get it if you would rather spend this weekend at home, but if you do want to peek out for a while, here are our top picks (if you pardon the pun) for what to do in the city. Stay warm – and enjoy!
Having secured the special Seed Grants funding from the university’s Digital Humanities Research Center, ITMO students and staff members are launching a new popular science project with a focus on history. There, they teach neural networks to “reimagine” the letters sent from the battlegrounds during World War II to attract the public to the challenge of keeping alive the memory of the WWII heroes and victims.