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In 2013, the United Nations declared December 5 as the first official World Soil Day, and ever since, it has been held annually throughout the world. In Russia, it was first celebrated at the Dokuchaev Central Soil Museum, named after a pioneer of soil science.
The platform will allow students to perform their lab projects online and professors – to create hybrid laboratories based on real and virtual equipment, as well as automate the process of issuing and checking of students’ assignments.
A video mapping project by Daria Protnikova, a Master’s student at ITMO’s program in Multimedia Technologies, Design and Usability at the Faculty of Software Engineering and Computer Systems, became a part of the Night of Arts exhibition at the Mikhail Anikushin studio.
The system designed by Orbi Prime includes a mobile and web application, as well as a special phone stand for handwritten data input.
On November 11, Art.ITMO.Residency opened its doors to anyone wishing to experience the Hidden in the Woods exhibition and learn to “understand” trees with the use of up-to-date technologies.
The winners’ projects include a prosthetic elbow joint, 3D-printed dental implants, a medical diagnostics system, as well as a program that finds errors in code. The results of the competition were announced on October 23.
Art historians Olga Kolganova and Anna Spiridonova joined forces with ITMO graduate Sofia Petrash to recreate the monument originally designed by Grigory Guidoni. Read on to learn more about the process behind the project – from the initial idea to its presentation at a conference.
This club will let entrepreneurs who graduated from ITMO University meet each other, create joint projects, supervise young startups, and look for talents among current students.
Students who join the ITMO.Mentors program spend three months learning to work as mentors – teaching assistants to ITMO University staff – and official employees of the university. This year, more than 250 participants are taking part in the first run of the initiative.
The hackathon is meant to help implement information technologies in the Barents Euro-Arctic region. As part of it, the participants will work on tasks provided by companies from Russia, Finland, Sweden, and Norway. The attendees will be granted the chance to join a digital internship at one of those companies.