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The Neuroscanner company became a winner of the All-Russian Festival of University-level Technological Projects by the Higher School of Economics. ITMO.NEWS talked to its founder Rodion Yuriev, a PhD student at ITMO's Faculty of Software Engineering and Computer Systems.
Keeping the Balance Between Creativity and Technology: Ekaterina Doronina on Her Path to Self-Discovery
In this ITMO.NEWS interview, Ekaterina Doronina shares her thoughts on how to become an interdisciplinary designer, do an internship at the Alexandrinsky Theatre, work on major projects for museums, and find yourself.
Bringing a Young Russian Startup to USA Step-by-Step: Advice & Lifehacks from Investor Mikhail Gavrilov
ITMO Accelerator hosted a talk by Mikhail Gavrilov, vice president of Bank St. Petersburg, an investor, and founder of Fantasy Invest. He gave advice on how to find American investors and explained why startupers need Reddit. Read on for the main outtakes.
Mariia Plotkina, a founder of Geek Teachers, became the winner of the International Young Female Entrepreneur of the Year Competition and received a $5,000 reward to develop her startup for training school teachers in new technologies.
On September 22, ITMO Preaccelerator held its first meeting of the 2020 season, during which the expert Daria Khelshtein explained methods of generating business ideas.
ITMO Graduate Dmitry 'Finargot' Plyusnin On His Career in Streaming and Russian Voice-over of Dota 2
Dmitry Plyusnin graduated from the School of Computer Technologies and Control but has never worked in this field. ITMO.NEWS caught up with Dmitry to find out more about his Dota2VO media community, which he founded as a fourth-year student, and the first Russian voice-over of the popular game.
You Can Fight the World and Win: ITMO Graduate Kirill Rivkin on DataArt, Studies in the US and His Startup
Kirill Rivkin went to ITMO in the ‘90s. Since then, he has tried his hand at DataArt, got a PhD in theoretical physics in the USA, became a hard drive engineer at Seagate Technology, created a startup that develops processors, and published five books on the history of weapons.
How can computer vision replace dozens of cards, keys, and passes? Why is face recognition in demand among major companies? And how does ITMO Accelerator help startups that work in this field achieve enterprise orders? All these questions were discussed at a meeting with the founders of the O’Vision startup.
This spring, ITMO University launched its first acceleration program developed together with a major company – the 5G-focused track ITMO Accelerator + MTS. ITMO.NEWS reached out to the winners and organizers of the startup to learn about their experience.
On July 24, residents of the ITMO Accelerator joined the program's Demo Day. Over the course of three months, 45 startups worked on their projects under the guidance of experienced mentors, and only 25 made it to the finals. They all took part in Demo Day, presenting short pitches before members of the jury and potential investors.