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  • App Developed by an ITMO Student Won the VK Mini Apps Contest

    Simply Eco (Эко просто) is a project based on a VK page and a mini app. It was created by students from several St. Petersburg universities, including ITMO University. They discussed the features of the app with us and explained how it helps to become environmentally friendly.


  • First ITMO Ecohack Participants Create Automatic Waste Sorting System

    ITMO University has recently hosted its first environmental hackathon. The contest, co-organized by the ITMO.GREEN eco-club and ITMO Case Club, took place at Business Incubator Ingria. The participants had to come up with a way to automatize paper waste collection at ITMO University. Read on to learn more about the outcome of this hackathon and the prospects of the project. 


  • ITMO.GREEN: Students Doing Their Best to Save the World

    It's up to us to be the change we want to see in the world. The university's eco-club ITMO.GREEN brings together like-minded people who live the reduce-reuse-recycle mantra and are bringing about real, tangible good. You, too, can participate.


  • Developing an Automated Approach to Recycling and Sorting Waste

    Scientists from the Department of Network and Cloud Technologies with support from ITMO Technopark have developed a complex project that will allow citizens to actively participate in waste sorting and recycling. The proposed process will be fully automated; in order to achieve this, the team’s members have already started testing the necessary devices and software, and applied for the START program of the Foundation for Assistance to Small Innovative Enterprises (FASIE). The project is a result of a series of research projects, some of which were conducted as part of the bloTope project that focuses on smart technologies for urban ecosystems and is funded by EU’s Horizon 2020 program.