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The ITMO.EduLeaders contest is part of the university’s award for achievement in higher education. The award is meant to identify and support original educational projects, new tools and formats of teacher-student interaction. Each winner will receive 250,000 rubles prize money.
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.
The participants who had passed the first stage got the chance to present their projects in front of the jury in person, while applicants from other cities will have the opportunity to do this during an online meeting.
ITMO University together with the Foundation for Assistance to Small Innovative Enterprises have announced the launch of the UMNIK-ITMO competition. Students and PhD researchers, young scientists and entrepreneurs working in the field of digital economics are welcome to participate. The best ideas will get 500,000 rubles in funding. Read more about the competition, the participation conditions, and its former winners in this ITMO.NEWS article.
The Foundation for Assistance to Small Innovative Enterprises has recently announced the results of the grant program UMNIK, aimed at training specialists for the digital economy of Russia. This time, several ITMO University students received grants of half a million rubles each. ITMO.NEWS talked to some of the winners and asked them about their projects and plans for the future.
Targeted Drug Delivery, Multidimensional Blockchain, and Vision Enhancement: ITMO University’s Young Scientists Win SIE Support Grants
Eight Master’s and PhD students have been named among this year’s winners of the grant program UMNIK (Russian: “brainiac”), organized by the Foundation for Assistance to Small Innovative Enterprises (FASIE). We’ve spoken to some of the young scientists to learn what they plan to do with their grants.
On September 29, ITMO University hosted the awards ceremony for the UMNIK grant of the Innovation Promotion Fund. Young scientists received grants in the fields of IT, medicine, materials science, hardware systems, and biotech. Among the awardees were four representatives of ITMO University. ITMO.NEWS learned about the new promising projects by the young scientists.