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ITMO’s Faculty Support Office has opened its doors for the academic staff on Lomonosova and Chaykovskogo streets, as well as Kronverksky prospect. The office provides information, conducts workshops, and offers professional development courses and internships.
The application is open for first year students of ITMO’s Master’s program in Robotics. Those accepted will join the teams working in the fields of control systems and machine learning, computer vision, engineering and human-machine interface development. Read on to learn more.
ITMO.FUTURE is a project which aims to garner ideas on the university’s development, choose the best initiatives with the help of public voting and expert evaluation, and have these initiatives brought to life by ITMO students. A total of 25 projects have already been selected, with a search currently underway for specialists to implement them.
Roman Yanalov graduated from ITMO University’s Master’s program in Design of Embedded Computing Systems in 2014. Since then, he has worked in game development and at a company developing assistance systems for drivers – all of which led him to join a team working on the creation of self-driving cars at Yandex. ITMO.NEWS spoke to Roman to learn more about his current work, university studies and the opportunities offered by the Master’s program.
Each year, leading universities from all over the world arrange various schools for those who would like to make good use of their summer. We have already published a list of activities with approaching deadlines here. If you missed your chance, don’t worry – here is a list of the best schools still available for applying.
ITMO University’s admission campaign 2020 is fully online. Moreover, all students will be able to choose between offline and online studies in the first semester. The pandemic won’t prevent us from beginning the new semester on time. ITMO University also offers a whole range of scholarships and contests that will allow the students not only to study and do research, but also to make money. More about these and other opportunities – in this ITMO.NEWS article.
Last week, results were announced of the latest, third run of the national competition for students “I Am a Professional”. ITMO retained its position in the ranking of the universities with the highest number of winners: 94 of its students made it to the finals this year, with 10 winning bronze, six – silver, and four – gold medals. Most of the winners emerged in the nominations traditional to ITMO: Robotics, Programming and Software Engineering, Information and Cyber Security. More on the competition’s results – in this article by ITMO.NEWS.
On September 2-3, ITMO University hosted Introduction Days, an orientation event for first-year Bachelor’s and Master’s students familiarizing them with the education process at the university and the opportunities it offers. The students took part in interactive sessions focused on introducing them to each other and teambuilding, attended lectures by leading ITMO scientists and learned about how to go on a semester exchange abroad.
In honor of the impending start of the new academic year, and to cool the nerves of some anxious freshers (we get it – starting uni can be very nerve-racking!), we have put together a list of some of the opportunities available to ITMO University students. Some, because there are many, many more – head to our Student Guide and Student Office for the full scope. But for now, get your first-year student cap on, and prepare to get excited!
Just recently, the award ceremony of the “I am a Professional” competition took place in Moscow. This year, 3,472 of over 500,000 students became prize winners. Over 100 participants received gold medals, including four ITMO students and one graduate. Apart from cash prizes, the winners got benefits for applying for Master’s and PhD programs as well as an opportunity to do internships at major companies. We spoke to the winners to learn why they participated in the competition, what helped them win, and how they plan to use their prizes.