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  • ITMO & Yandex Education Launch Free Intensive Course in IT for Students

    A two-week intensive study camp in industrial software development will be held in St. Petersburg from June 24 to July 6. At lectures delivered by experts from ITMO and Yandex Education, participants will delve into the architecture and infrastructure of highload systems, information security, and DevOps. Each participant will work on tasks tailored to their level and receive a certificate of completion upon successfully solving the final case. Applications are accepted until May 1. 


  • Art Digitalization: 3D Exhibition by ITMO University and the Center of Mikhail Shemyakin

    Students from ITMO University, in collaboration with the Center of Mikhail Shemyakin, created and launched a large-scale interactive 3D display titled Mikhail Shemyakin: Self-Portraits celebrating the works of artist and sculptor Mikhail Shemyakin, with an emphasis on his rare self-portraits.


  • New City, New University: Applications Underway for DVIZH Academic Mobility Program 2024

    Until December 20, second- to fourth-year Bachelor’s students from ITMO University, the Russian Foreign Trade Academy, the National Research Nuclear University MEPhI, the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, the Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia, and Tomsk State University can apply for the DVIZH academic mobility program and win a chance to spend a semester at one of Russia’s top universities. Learn more in this ITMO.NEWS article.


  • International AI-Based Platform of Services To Appear in Russia

    The Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF) and ITMO University have signed a cooperation agreement to design, develop, and promote a global AI-assisted platform of services based on cutting-edge cloud services, namely Artificial Intelligence as a Service (AIaaS).


  • AI Barista: Digital Coffee Taste Predictor To Be Developed at ITMO

    Scientists from ITMO’s Infochemistry Scientific Center are working on a digital barista, a smart system that will describe the taste of coffee grains without a human specialist. This project, developed with Siberian Federal University and business partners, is set to be used in vending coffee machines.


  • Highlights From ITMO Supervisory Council’s Session

    Who is the driving force behind university development? How can schools and businesses interact more efficiently and boost their mutual engagement? Do universities need joint product partnerships? And what is in the future for ITMO University? These and many other questions were the subjects of discussion at the recent session of ITMO’s Supervisory Council, which took place in ITMO Highpark on August 29.


  • ITMO Signs Cooperation Agreements With Belarusian Universities

    ITMO’s Technology Transfer Center has signed collaboration agreements with three Belarusian research institutions: the Belarusian State Academy of Communications, the Belarusian State University of Informatics and Radioelectronics (BSUIR), as well as BSUIR’s Technopark. The agreements concern the potential introduction of ITMO's technological solutions to the Belarusian market and the establishment of a network for exchanging knowledge and experience.


  • ITMO and Gazprom Neft: Solutions Developed at Joint Innovative Industrial Center

    Last summer, ITMO and Gazprom Neft launched a world-class innovative industrial center in St. Petersburg. Now, researchers – including ITMO students – at the new facility are developing new materials, sensors, robots, and other solutions for the oil and gas sector. Read on for an insider peek at the center’s work.


  • Gut Microbiota Can Predict Immunotherapy Response, ITMO Scientists Say

    In their study of correlations between intestinal microbiota and melanoma treatment results, researchers from ITMO University and the Lopukhin Federal Research and Clinical Center of Physical-Chemical Medicine have come across functional biomarkers that can predict immunotherapy efficacy and beneficial bacteria that enhance immune responses in patients through stimulating the development of T-cells. The findings can be potentially used to develop a pre-treatment diagnostic test and issue recommendations for gut microbiome correction. The results of the study were published in mSystems.


  • Study to Play: ITMO, VK and MIREA University Launch New Game Design Course

    Starting now, students from ITMO and MIREA – Russian Technological University are able to join a course developed in collaboration with the gaming platform VK Play. The new discipline will cover all the basics of game design: from the assessment of design solutions to the evaluation of performance reviews. Best-performing students will have the chance to join the team at VK Play.