The Faculty of Computer Science is a young and fast-growing part of HSE University. One strategic area of our activities is to cooperate with leading educational and research institutions and IT companies from all over the world. We are eager to find opportunities for our students to learn about the latest achievements in IT, to work in the international teams, and to acquire specific knowledge at the world's leading universities.
'My Model Will Be Used to Analyse Data from the ATLAS Detector Collected During the New Collider Launch in 2022'
Tigran Ramazyan, a fourth-year student of the Data Science and Business Analytics double-degree programme, has talked about his studies at the Faculty and internship at CERN openlab.
John Hopkins graduate Kayode Ahmed is interning at the Faculty. We talked to him about his career path, internship project, and hobbies.
The second international Summer School on Machine Learning in Bioinformatics took place on August 23–27. This year’s school featured 533 participants from 53 countries.
"Both at HSE and l'X, we apply algebra to research differential equations, but that's where the similarities end"
This summer, Alexander Demin, a student of Applied Mathematics and Information Science programme, interns at École polytechnique. We talked to him about his research, France and his studies at HSE University.
Kamila Usmanova, a second-year master's student in Data Science, is studying in Germany on an academic mobility programme. We talked to her about the challenges of mobility, new experiences, and the interaction of cultures.
The Faculty of Computer Science created a new scholarship to support bachelor and master students participating in international academic mobility under exchange agreements of the Faculty.
Arina Rak, a student of the Applied Mathematics and Information Science programme, took part in two internships abroad despite the pandemic. She tells us about the difficulties she had to overcome and how she managed to achieve her goal.
In 2020, almost every field of the Faculty's work changed, but international cooperation suffered the most: around the world schools were cancelled, conferences took place online, internships were conducted remotely. Nevertheless, in 2020, twenty-two students of the Faculty of Computer Science were able to go to the Netherlands, Belgium, France, Finland, Turkey, Germany, Denmark, UK, and Australia under the aegis of mobility programmes.
“I Took All Courses from Master's Curriculum Because They Didn’t Have Data Science Programme for Bachelors”
Akhmad Sumekenov, a graduate of the Applied Mathematics and Computer Science programme, spoke about his studies at the Faculty of Computer Science, his internships and his trip to Italy.
Anastasia Sakunova, second-year student of System and Software Engineering master’s programme studies at the University of Twente, Netherlands this autumn. We asked her about the differences between studying there and in Russia, her advice to future academic mobility participants, and the influence of the pandemic on her trip.