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Just last month, a new coworking space opened its doors at ITMO’s main building on Kronverksky Prospekt 49. On November 24, a counterpart opened at the Lomonosova St. 9 campus. Both of the coworking spaces and the upcoming library have been developed as part of the university’s overall transformation strategy that aims to make studying, working, and socializing comfortable and enjoyable for all students.
Perovskite-based devices could potentially be used to create commercial-purpose full-color displays that would be cheaper and more efficient than their existing OLED counterparts.
The results of this year’s Topcoder Open were announced on November 22. Gennady Korotkevich, a PhD student at ITMO University and an award-winning programmer, won the Algorithm competition for the second year in a row.
Whenever life tries to get the better of me, I always find myself either with a pen and a random notebook, the first I could lay my hands on, or, lately, in front of a white blank Word page. So, when November presented me with plenty of homework, a Master’s thesis experiment, and a dozen other projects, I knew what was coming – and tried to make good use of it.
A video mapping project by Daria Protnikova, a Master’s student at ITMO’s program in Multimedia Technologies, Design and Usability at the Faculty of Software Engineering and Computer Systems, became a part of the Night of Arts exhibition at the Mikhail Anikushin studio.
These days, we often hear about scientists having decoded the genome of this or that species. ITMO.NEWS and Aleksey Komissarov, a researcher at ITMO’s SCAMT Institute, explain what DNA is, how it helps us study animal ancestry, and in what way DNA testing differs from genome research.
The annual WUD@ITMO was held for the sixth time by ITMO’s Center for Usability and Mixed Reality to celebrate World Usability Day.
Interdisciplinarity is all the rage right now, and it’s no longer chic to stay within the narrow boundaries of your own subject. By now, you would have definitely heard about infochemistry or bioinformatics, but what about combining physics and neurophysiology? In this article, we will tell you how these subjects converge at ITMO’s Museum of Optics that creates a unique environment for new insights into vision and mind.
The new space is split into several areas where students can enjoy various food and service options, as well as take some time off to play foosball or billiards or to plop down by the PlayStation. Read on to learn more about the new cafeteria on Kronverksky Pr. 49 and the upcoming renovations at other campuses.
Results of the research performed by a joint team of physicists from ITMO University, Saint Petersburg Electrotechnical University "LETI", and the Australian National University, can be used to design highly efficient compact elements for microwave and optical devices, particularly elements for optical computers.