With the rapid data growth comes the issue of its storage. Year after year, the volume of information increases by leaps and bounds while solid-state drivers remain the most common way to store digital files.
In December, the open call for projects held as part of the 2030 Development Strategy was completed.
The Council for Grants of the President of the Russian Federation has announced the list of winners of the competition for state support of leading scientific schools. The list includes two teams from ITMO University, headed by Pavel Belov and Vladislav Bougrov, respectively.
ITMO University and Bosch corporation have signed an agreement on conducting research in the field of active matter physics, a field hitherto not studied in Russia.
Pavel Tonkaev started his Master’s at ITMO University in 2017 after graduating from Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University (SPbPU). Since his second year here, Pavel has been studying perovskite materials in nanophotonics and optoelectronics.