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  • Quiz Champ's Tips for Erudites

    With its chic dresscode, brain-teasing questions, and nail-biting air of suspense, What? Where? When? is arguably the most popular intellectual game show in Russia. In this article, Mikhail Mun, a distinguished contestant and competition host, spills the beans on how to build a strong team, prep for games, and handle even the trickiest questions.


  • Russian Teams Took First and Third Place at Sports Hacking Competition CyBRICS 2020

    This is the second time that the international tournament has been held. Because of the pandemic, the 2020 competition was organized in a simplified way: there was one online round for everyone wishing to participate. CyBRICS 2020 also broke last year’s record in terms of the number of participants: it brought together almost 1,500 teams from all over the world, with 786 of them scoring better than zero. Thus, CyBRICS remains the largest sports hacking competition organized by a Russian institution.  


  • Fighting Talk: Management Sparrings Participants Discuss their Experience

    Last weekend, ITMO University hosted the St. Petersburg’s Cup in Management Sparring. An initiative of the interregional non-profit ‘Federation of Management Sparrings’, the competition takes inspiration from innovative techniques developed by Vladimir Tarasov, founder of the Tallinn School of Management. Company executives, managers, entrepreneurs, tax consultants, lawyers and real estate brokers attended the event to test their management prowess. The diverse pool of contestants also included students from ITMO University’s Faculty of Technological Management and Innovations.