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Breast cancer is one of the most widespread oncological diseases and one of the most dangerous for women overall: 685,000 died of it last year alone. The best way to save a life is to detect and treat the tumor at the early stages of the disease. That’s why scientists from all over the world keep working on increasing the efficiency of MRI and researchers from ITMO University are no exception.
Innovative Materials and Robots of All Stripes: ITMO Researchers at the Technosreda Exhibition of Scientific Achievements
For two days, the Exhibition of Achievements of National Economy (VDNKh) in Moscow serves as a portal into the future where everything is possible. Over 100 top-ranked universities and research centers, as well as about 30 Russian tech companies, presented their latest developments: self-driving cars and amphibious flying cars, waste sorting robots and football robots, biochips and artificial muscles, smart technologies and artificial intelligence. Researchers from ITMO’s Infochemistry Scientific Center, Faculty of Physics, and Faculty of Control Systems and Robotics showcased nine advanced products and prototypes at the exhibition.
Surprisingly or not, some of the most well-known symbols of individual cities and even entire countries had once been subjects of never-ending debates. The Eiffel Tower in Paris, the Sagrada Familia in Barcelona, the Shard in London… But what about St. Petersburg? Here are some of the most recent architectural projects that have become a truly integral part of the city’s landscape despite the controversy surrounding them.
ITMO Students Shine At Hackathon Oil Tech Challenge 2021 and Enter Ministry of Energy Candidate Pool
ITMO University Master’s students Daria Yakovleva and Regina Tuganova got to the finals of Hackathon Oil Tech Challenge 2021 that took place in the Russian Republic of Tatarstan on July 8-15. They worked on cases related to preserving biodiversity and new alternative energy generation technologies. We asked Daria and Regina about the projects they developed and the opportunities they gained at the forum.
The DOERS international startup school is now over. During the past two weeks, its participants have worked in teams, attended lectures by international experts, and solved various tasks. A total of 20 students from Russia, Finland, India, Iran, and Uzbekistan took part. Learn more about the event in this ITMO.NEWS article.
What do you do if you’re out late, your phone’s dead, and you need a ride? Maksim Myagkih, a student at ITMO’s Faculty of Photonics, has designed a prototype of a powered backpack that charges up when you walk. We asked Maksim how fast you’ll need to run to charge your phone, what other devices are compatible with the backpack, and whether it can replace the common portable charger or power bank in the future.
Moscow Conference on Computational Molecular Biology (MCCMB) is one of the largest international conferences on bioinformatics in Russia.
Project-Based Master’s Program – ITMO’s Higher School of Engineering Offers a New Approach to Education
It often happens that students graduate from universities equipped with profound theoretical knowledge but with no experience of applying it in practice. That leads them to spend several years adapting to the actual labor market conditions instead of using their full potential in their field.
First Graduates of ITMO and Sberbank’s Corporate Master’s Program in Robotics Discuss Their Projects
In 2019, ITMO University and Sberbank expanded their collaboration to the field of robotics and this June witnessed the first ever graduation from the Robotics and Artificial Intelligence corporate Master’s program. Students of the program had the chance to take part in a contest for the opportunity to complete their theses at the Sberbank Robotics Laboratory, thus getting access to the company’s mentors and unique equipment.