ITMO in Media


    Las universidades rusas suben en el ranking de los BRICS, gracias a la vanguardia de la investigacion

    La universidad de ИТМО logrado un salto, subiendo en el ranking en comparacion con el ano pasado, mas de 20 posiciones y una vez en el 75 ° lugar.


    Glass Microparticles Enhance Solar Cell Efficiency

    Researchers from ITMO University suggested a new solar cell coating that combines features of an electrode and those of a light-trapping structure. The coating enabled researchers to cut down on reflected light and avoid solar cell overheating, thus increasing its overall efficiency by 20 percent. Moreover, the suggested method may be attractive for industrial applications due to its relatively low cost and simplicity. The research was published in Optics Letters.

  • medGadget

    High Speed Video Precisely Captures Blood Cell Velocity

    Researchers at ITMO University in Saint Petersburg, Russia, have developed a non-invasive high-speed video capillaroscopy system that can precisely measure the velocity of blood cells flowing through capillaries in the skin around a fingernail. The technique could be useful in assessing cardiovascular conditions.

  • R&D Magazine

    Metagenomic Analysis Software Reveals New Causes of Superbug Emergence

    Researchers from ITMO University and Center of Physical and Chemical Medicine developed an algorithm capable of tracking the spread of antibiotic resistance genes in gut microbiota DNA and revealed additional evidence of resistance genes transfer between different bacterial species. The method can not only contribute to the development of effective therapy schemes, but also curb the spread of superbugs.

  • NyTecnik

    Arebolagets kameralins loser Hollywoods problem

    Igor Gurevich har en magisterexamen i optik efter studier vid ITMO-universitet i Sankt Petersburg. Sedan manga ar lever han i Tyskland och har bland annat designat linser for Carl Zeiss. Han gick med pa att lyssna pa Vygantas Kirejevas ideer – bara for att omgaende avfarda dem. «Ni ar ju korkade. Sa dar kan man inte gora linser».

  • Alumni Portal Deutschland

    3 questions about the European XFEL to Serguei Molodtsov

    Professor Dr Serguei Molotsov is Scientific Director of the European XFEL x-ray laser. The Russian physicist came to Freie Universitat (FU) Berlin in 1991 as a fellow of the Alexander von Humboldt-Foundation. What is the significance of working at the European XFEL for him personally, and how would he assess the importance of this research facility for international cooperation?

  • AzoNano

    New Approach for Attaining Non-Toxic Magnetic Photonic Crystals

    ITMO University Researchers have developed a new approach for attaining non-toxic magnetic photonic crystals, increasing their applications from chiefly photonics to biomedicine.

  • El Economista (Испания)

    Exito de participacion en la segunda edicion de Hello, Barcelona!, el mayor bootcamp de programacion de Europa

    El evento ha congregado 150 alumnos, las mentes mas brillantes de la programacion a nivel internacional, procedentes de las mejores universidades, locales e internacionales. Ademas, tanto la ITMO University como la St. Petersburg State University, patrocinadoras del evento, han participado con sus estudiantes.
    (Упоминание участия Университета ИТМО в компьютерном лагере в Барселоне в преддверии очередного чемпионата ACM ICPC).

  • D'Marge (Австралия)

    This Algorithm Mines Instagram For 'Authentic' Travel Experiences

    “Tourist” is practically a dirty word these days. Tourists are loud. Tourists are rude. Tourists are ignorant. Tourists are poorly dressed, selfie stick-wielding cliches. Computer scientists at ITMO University in St Petersburg, Russia, have developed a high-tech answer. They found a way to distinguish between Instagram users living in St. Petersburg and visiting tourists based on how they use social media, then developed an algorithm that mines the app’s publicly available data to create a “genuine” locals’ guide.

  • Xinhua (Испания)

    Tres universidades chinas participan en el Bootcamp de programacion mas grande de Europa

    Tres universidades chinas participan desde hoy, miercoles en el Hello, Barcelona!, el Bootcamp de Programacion mas grande de Europa, que se celebra en la ciudad de Barcelona (noreste de Espana) durante un periodo de ocho dias. Space con la colaboracion del Moscow Workshops ACM-ICPC, Sberbank, Codeforces (la mayor comunidad online de programadores), Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, ITMO University y Saint-Petersburg State University.

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