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Reservoir Computing and New Surgical Materials: This Year’s Presidential Grant-Winning Projects by ITMO’s Young Scientists
The Council for Grants of the President of the Russian Federation has published the results of its grant contest for young scientists. This year, eight researchers from ITMO working in different fields – physics, chemistry and technical sciences – made it onto the list of winners.
The Council for Grants of the President of the Russian Federation has announced the list of winners of the competition for state support of leading scientific schools. The list includes two teams from ITMO University, headed by Pavel Belov and Vladislav Bougrov, respectively.
This year’s winners of the Presidential Grant contest for young scientists have been announced. Among them are eight ITMO University researchers.
The names of winners of the Presidential Grant contest have been announced. Among them are four ITMO University scientists. ITMO.NEWS talked to the researchers and learned what projects they are going to spend their grants on.
The team of ITMO University’s International Research Center for Nanophotonics and Metamaterials has recently received the St. Petersburg government award for scientific support of young specialists’ training in the field of physics of metamaterials. What is more, this year three of the university’s scientists received presidential grants on research in the fields deemed strategically important for the country’s development.
Last week, the “People Need You!” social project contest developed by ITMO University’s Student Volunteer Center won the Presidential Grant Contest. The project has been conducted for five years already; “People Need You!” is a countrywide full-cycle educational program: the participating teams go all the way from a concept for a social project to its implementation, from finding partners to seeing the first results. As part of the program’s practical and educational modules, participants gain theoretical knowledge and practical skills in implementing socially significant programs and contribute to the level of social assistance in their region. Andrei Zlenko, Director of ITMO’s Center for Social Design and Entrepreneurship, speaks about the project’s history, and what awaits its participants in the future.