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This year we celebrated 121 years of ITMO University. As with any other year, we had no shortage of challenges – but nothing we couldn’t rise above. There were also great new achievements to be proud of, such as grants, prizes, and awards and some extraordinary research accomplishments. On the international scale, we welcomed nearly 900 new international students.
ITMO University is happy to announce the results of the open call for projects held as part of the 2030 Development Strategy. All in all, the university received 141 applications in four categories. Out of 57 projects approved for open defense, 36 have been chosen by the expert board as the winners.
‘Universities Must Maintain a Dialogue:’ ITMO First Vice Rector Daria Kozlova at Far-East Session of Priority 2030 Program
On November 25-26, the city of Khabarovsk played host to the first strategic session of the national program Priority 2030. Participants joined forces to flesh out the next specific steps in the transformation of the Russian Far East’s universities and the development of education in various regions of Russia. Discussions were moderated by rectors of the nation’s top universities, including Daria Kozlova, ITMO University’s First Vice Rector and head of its 2030 Development Strategy.
ITMO University is currently running an open call for projects within the 2030 Development Strategy. The contest is open to everyone – staff and students from ITMO, as well as other universities and companies – wishing to create innovative technologies, propose new education solutions, and shape the development of the city and country. In this article, ITMO First Vice Rector Daria Kozlova explains how participants can benefit from the contest and what new fields of science may appear at the university soon.
On November 5, ITMO launched the open call for projects within the 2030 Development Strategy. The call welcomes applications from staff and students of ITMO and other universities and organizations – anyone who is eager to develop new technologies, improve education, and have an impact on the development of society and the economy of St. Petersburg and Russia. Details on the application procedure, as well as application requirements, and perks for winners were discussed at two recent webinars with Daria Kozlova – ITMO’s First Vice Rector and head of the Development Strategy – and coordinators of key initiatives within the strategy. Here is all you need to know before applying.
ITMO University’s Development Strategy for 2030 heralds a transition to a whole new qualitative level: from a top-100 university to an open-source university. That means our top priority is to create new products, technologies, and inventions that aim to improve human life. ITMO University invites its staff and students to take part in an open call for projects. Submit your idea, make it a reality with ITMO, and contribute to the development of our society, city, and the whole country!