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"In my opinion, student robotics is less developed than the school one"

"In my opinion, student robotics is less developed than the school one"
Mikhail Gorodov, a first-year student in the Data Science and Business Analytics double degree programme holds 28 diplomas in robotics. We asked him about his hobby when real football players will play with robots and his expectations from his studies.

DSBA Students about 1C:Scholarship-Winning Project

DSBA Students about 1C:Scholarship-Winning Project
Students of the Data Science and Business Analytics double degree programme work on individual and group projects every year. We asked third-year students Kamil Alyakaev and Stas Ushakov to talk about their project. Last year, this project earned Kamil and Stas a 1C:Scholarship.

Faculty Submits Ten Papers to NeurIPS 2021

Faculty Submits Ten Papers to NeurIPS 2021
35th Conference on Neural Information Processing Systems (NeurIPS 2021) is one of the world's largest conferences on machine learning and neural networks. It takes place on December 6-14, 2021.

HSE University Researchers Explain Behaviour of Chaotic Systems

HSE University Researchers Explain Behaviour of Chaotic Systems
Researchers of the Laboratory of Complex Systems Modeling and Control have proposed a missing component of the mechanism of self-organized criticality, which will enable the reproduction of power-law patterns observed in the real world. According to the researchers, this can be used to improve our understanding of the the processes leading to strong earthquakes, forest fires, financial market crashes, and a sudden synchronization of social networks. The results of the research were published in the Scientific Reports journal.

HSE Students Win Bronze in International Programming Contest

HSE Students Win Bronze in International Programming Contest
Fourth-year HSE students Ivan Safonov and Mikhail Anoprenko of the Faculty of Computer Science have won a bronze award in the International Collegiate Programming Contest. The competition finals were held in Moscow on October 5. Students from HSE University’s campuses in Moscow and St. Petersburg took part in the competition, with the team from Russia’s second city placing 19th overall.

HSE University Receives Government Grant to Create AI Research Centre

HSE University Receives Government Grant to Create AI Research Centre
A competition of research centres looking to receive grants through the Artificial Intelligence federal project has concluded, and HSE University is among the winners. Winning centres will focus on developing new AI technologies that expand its application, overcoming existing limitations for solving applied problems and optimizing AI models.

HSE University Maintains Positions in Two THE Subject Rankings

HSE University Maintains Positions in Two THE Subject Rankings
HSE has been included in two Times Higher Education (THE) subject rankings. It is ranked in the Top 500 for Computer Science and in 801-1000 group for Engineering.

HSE Faculty of Computer Science Launches Digital Literacy Course on Coursera

HSE Faculty of Computer Science Launches Digital Literacy Course on Coursera
A new Digital Literacy course created as part of the university-wide Data Culture project has been launched on Coursera. The syllabus includes ten modules developed by experts in relevant fields. Eleven authors worked on this English-taught course.

HSE Supercomputer Doubles Its Performance

HSE Supercomputer Doubles Its Performance
The peak performance of the HSE cHARISMa supercomputer has doubled, reaching 2 petaflops (2 quadrillion floating-point operations per second). HSE University now outperforms the Kurchatov Institute in terms of computing power. The only more powerful university computers are MSU’s Lomonosov-2 and SPbPU’s Polytechnic. Thanks to the timely upgrade, cHARISMa has retained its respectable 6th position among the Top 50 most powerful computer systems in the CIS for three years.

Genetics of Cardiovascular Diseases Consortium Holds First Event

Genetics of Cardiovascular Diseases Consortium Holds First Event
In early September, the first event of the Genetics of Cardiovascular Diseases consortium - an interdisciplinary forum "Cardiogenetics and Bioinformatics: Realities 2021" - was held at HSE University. The forum marked the start of the consortium after signing an agreement on scientific cooperation between the participating organizations. The forum was attended by heads and representatives of scientific centres and institutes from Moscow, St. Petersburg, Novosibirsk, Arkhangelsk, Tyumen and Surgut.