Within the framework of the scientific and practical conference CoCoS (Conference of Computer Science), undergraduate, specialist and graduate students, as well as graduate students present their research and applied projects in various fields of computer science. The conference is an excellent platform for the exchange of experience of young researchers and developers, and also allows you to demonstrate the diversity of interests of students and postgraduates.
- Mathematics and Applied Mathematics;
- Theoretical computer science;
- Computer simulation;
- Algorithmization and programming;
- System programming;
- Game development;
- Mobile application development;
- Machine learning;
- Data analysis;
- Intelligent systems;
- Computer educational products;
- Innovative technologies of the digital economy;
- Software development.
Following the results of the conference, a nominal scholarship of the Faculty of Computer Science is awarded "The best report of the section of the Student Scientific and Practical Conference of the COCOS FCS" for high results and high-quality work on a project or research presented in the form of a report at the applied or research section of this conference.
The position of the CoCoS Scholarship (DOCX, 11 Кб)
Who can apply for this scholarship?
- Students of the Bachelor's degree programs of the FCS;
- Students of the Master's degree programs of the FCS;
- Students of the graduate programs of the FCS;
The Scholarship Fund is established annually on the basis of decisions taken by the Financial Commission of the Academic Council of the Russian Academy of Sciences and the Board of Trustees of the HSE Endowment Fund.
The dates of the conference will be posted later.
The materials of the last conference (the work of the participants), which took place in April 2021, can be studied at the link.
You can get acquainted with the works of the graduates of the conference here.
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