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The lab is based at the Konstantine Grot boarding school for the visually impaired. At the lab’s presentation, showcased was the Neurotafl device that is meant to help develop creativity and abstract thinking in children with visual impairments.
The creation of such materials became possible thanks to the joint efforts of researchers from St. Petersburg Academic University, ITMO University, Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology, and Aalto University. Learn more about its advantages and ITMO’s contribution to the research in this article.
During these meetings, scientists from ITMO University and their colleagues from all over the world will discuss cutting-edge scientific projects from various fields of studies. Vladimir Nikiforov, Vice Rector for Research at ITMO University, will moderate the events. Find out more in this ITMO.NEWS article.
Results of the research performed by a joint team of physicists from ITMO University, Saint Petersburg Electrotechnical University "LETI", and the Australian National University, can be used to design highly efficient compact elements for microwave and optical devices, particularly elements for optical computers.
The new club will host hackathons, lectures, seminars, and internship programs for students in the oil and gas sector to help them learn how to solve high-tech energy tasks.
ITMO’s SCAMT and Kuban State University (KubSU) launch a citizen science project Internet of Bacteria. Its goal is to collect data on bacteria that produce electric energy, and the soils these inhabit.
Researchers from Far Eastern Federal University and ITMO University optimized earlier produced gold nanoparticles in such a way that they control the wavelength of light in an optimal manner. The research can be used for creating cheap and high-precision gas analysers. The article was published in Applied Physics Letters.
Scientists from ITMO University, Saint Petersburg Academic University, and Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich (ETH Zurich) have created a flexible and transparent membrane which makes infrared beams visible to the human eye. It can be used to make visualizers needed at optical laboratories and production facilities. Their work was published in ACS Nano journal.
Scientists from ITMO University and Almazov National Medical Research Centre have put forward a new way for diagnosing diabetes. It is based on the fact that the blood of people with diabetes has a different response in the terahertz range than that of people without this condition. More in this article by ITMO.NEWS.
Artem Cherepakhin is a recent Master’s graduate of ITMO University. In his two years at the university, he published a number of articles and met a Nobel Prize laureate before deciding to go back to Vladivostok. Artem spoke with ITMO.NEWS about his experiences, research, future plans, and what St. Petersburg and Vladivostok have in common.