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Every Potterhead dreams of one day stepping foot into Hogwarts, Diagon Alley, Hogsmeade, and other legendary locations from the Harry Potter universe. Now, you can explore the Burrow, the Weasley family home, and even join the mischiefs of the Weasley twins in a VR game created by Anastasia Tsitelova and Artur Dzyuba, students of ITMO’s Faculty of Software Engineering and Computer Systems.
Yet another new Master’s program, fascinating new projects by ITMO students and staff, and a comprehensive guide to reading scientific articles! Here are some of ITMO.NEWS’ top science news of the past two weeks.
Pending Futures Exhibition: ITMO Art & Science Students Reflect Upon Isolation and Secret Life of Plants
ITMO students became part of the Pending Futures project – a group exhibition that features works of contemporary artists from the Netherlands and Russia. The exhibition will run till September 15 on the Art Catch Exhibition Room online platform.
Over the course of two weeks, the participants of the SumIT+InnoCamp joint summer school listened to lectures of invited experts and performed practical tasks. You will learn more about the SumIT School’s results and its best projects in this article by ITMO.NEWS.
Ulyana Gabysheva, a graduate of the Laser Micro- and Nanotechnologies Bachelor’s program, has joined forces with a major PET plastic bottle manufacturer to develop a laser engraving method that will make it possible to abandon the use of labels and increase the effectiveness of the plastic recycling process.