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  • 10th Congress of Young Scientists Wraps at ITMO

    For the second year in a row, the Congress of Young Scientists took place entirely online, a fact that didn’t stop it from still being a large-scale national event: more than 2,000 participants from 60 Russian cities signed up for the Congress.


  • This Weekend in St. Petersburg: April 3-4, 2021

    Spring is in the air and you may want to spend even more time outdoors – and we do know a thing or two about welcoming this beautiful season of awakening nature and capricious weather. Yet we can’t but give you even more ideas to make the best of your days off. From an exhibition of Russian classical sculpture to various festivals on films and theater performances – get the scoop on these and other activities and find out where and when the best of them will take place.


  • This Weekend in St. Petersburg, January 2-3, 2021

    So, we have two things to tell you. First, this weekend is going to be in 2021 — yay, right? Second, starting today all cafes and restaurants, as well as museums, theaters, and concert halls, will remain closed. But aren't those first few days of January the perfect chance to spend some time inside, reflecting on the past year and setting goals for the one ahead? We've come up with a list of things you can do while staying at home this first weekend of the year. Have fun!


  • ITMO's Creative Lighting Department Joins the International COVID CARE LAB Workshop

    The COVID – CARE LAB (Creating Adequate Residence for the Elderly – Learning Across Borders) online workshop will take place for the first time on November 9-13 as part of a joint initiative by five European universities.


  • This Mostly Stay-At-Home Weekend In St. Petersburg: September 5-6, 2020

    Excited to start this new school year? Join the club! In our guide for this weekend, you will find events of all sorts – from organ music concerts to online art lectures, to suit any kind of celebration you might have planned to kick off this September with. 


  • ITMO Hosts MemoryHack: New IT Services for a Project About Veterans

    Due to the pandemic, every grand public event, including Eurovision, Wimbledon and the Tokyo Olympics, has been cancelled. The many online competitions, on the other hand, have grown even more popular. For instance, 113 programmers and web-developers from all over Russia took part in the MemoryHack remote hackathon. According to the event organizers, they have received five times more applications than expected. The participants had 36 hours to design new services for Memory Road, a project about the veterans of World War II. Among the winners of the contest are ITMO University students, who told us about their projects and impressions of the online hackathon.