The Faculty of Computer Science, established in 2014 with the support of Yandex, prepares data specialists, analysts, computer science researchers, software engineers and SE researchers. Our research teams conduct work in data analysis, machine learning, bioinformatics, computational linguistics, software engineering, process analysis, modeling and control of complex systems. Now more than 2,100 students and 60 PhD students study at the HSE Faculty of Computer Science, at the same time more than 250 faculty members and 170 researchers work here.
The involvement of future employers in training can improve the level of education, attract the best faculty members and researchers, and develop infrastructure. Therefore, the faculty constantly cooperates with large companies and banks, as well as innovative startups.
We invite companies to join the community of computer science partners.
Cooperation with the Faculty opens up the following opportunities for companies:
- access to scientific expertise and other resources of the Faculty and the University
- promotion of the employer's brand and products among applicants and their parents, students, graduates and faculty memebers
- participation in educational activities
Established formats of cooperation:
- Internships in companies by students of the Faculty
- Designing and conducting courses for students
- Organization of joint events: conferences, seminars, round tables, schools and competitions
Recommended formats for acquainting or starting cooperation:
- IT lectures - open lectures of the Faculty of Computer Science, where representatives of companies and specialists of research centers talk about developments of modern technologies
- Organization project work and students' internships in the framework of educational process
- Organization of elective courses by companies
- Participation in the Faculty’s events
Four people have received this award for their achievements in the field of Computer Science: two HSE University graduate students, one doctoral student, and Sergei Obiedkov, Deputy Dean for Research and International Relations at the Faculty of Computer Science.
This year, Russia’s largest science and technology festival, Geek Picnic, was held online for the first time. Despite the new format, the festival programme included all of the event’s usual key features: expert lectures, workshops, competitions, and opportunities to socialize and network with fellow tech and science enthusiasts. HSE University once again served as the festival’s content partner.
The second meeting of the Board of Trustees of the HSE University’s Faculty of Computer Science took place on March 12. Elena Bunina, Deputy Chair of the Board, CEO of Yandex, presided over the meeting.
HSE University has recently hosted an SAS Data Hack Platypus data analysis hackathon, where teams competed to solve a case problem provided by the online hypermarket, Utkonos (or, in English, ‘Platypus’).The top five finalists received devices from partner companies as gifts.
HSE master’s programme alumni and an HSE doctoral student received an international Catalyst Grant from Digital Science in support of the development of their startup, MLprior, a service for researchers and scientists. HSE News Service spoke with Vladislav Ishimtsev, one of the startup creators, about the biggest ‘thorns’ in researchers’ sides, artificial intelligence, and the possibility of a machine uprising.
Sirius University and HSE University (HDI Lab) invite you to joint winter school aimed at undergraduate/graduate students and young postdoctoral fellows from pure and applied mathematics.
On September 27, Nikita Starichkov, a developer of the platform, 1C: Enterprise, introduced a new scholarship for students of HSE’s Faculty of Computer Science (FCS).
HSE University commenced the new academic year with a housewarming party marking the long-awaited opening of its new campus complex on Pokrovsky Boulevard. Rector Yaroslav Kuzminov, Academic Supervisor Evgeny Yasin, and vice rectors of the university took part in the event to welcome students, faculty, and staff.
This summer, university students from all over Russia took part in the Digital Transformation of the Charity Sector Summer School in Moscow. Students from HSE University and other universities presented digital solutions to make non-profit organizations more efficient and even save lives.