In the framework of the Kolarctic CBC-funded international project “I2P: From Idea to Printing of Metal Products” NArFU students have attended an information seminar on the future of additive technologies.
Заключительным мероприятием фестиваля «IT-Архангельск» Северного (Арктического) федерального университета стал День IT-Карьеры, который впервые прошел в онлайн формате и собрал более 90 участников.
Kolarctic-funded project Disruptive IT for Barents Euro-Arctic Regions»/DIT4BEARs was recently contributed by non-profit partnership of software developers RUSSOFT. Its President, Valentin Makarov, delivered an open lecture at NArFU-hosted International Youth Festival “IT-Arkhangelsk”. He updated the audience – NArFU students and staff – on the state of software industry in Russia, the basic IT trends, and what awaits the IT sector in the near future. Valentin Makarov also gave his expert advice on ways for younger generations to prepare for careers in this new era of IT.
The student team of NArFU Higher School of Information Technologies and Automated Systems took part in online hackathon “Smart Solutions for the North”.
DIT4BEARS: Disruptive information technologies for Barents Euro-Arctic Region, an international project under the EU-Russia CBC Program KOLARCTIC, has recently had its members in Sweden, Finland, Norway and Russia (St. Petersburg and Arkhangelsk) getting together to plan for the project activities until 2021.
Northern Arctic Federal University prepares to host the International Online IT-School on 12-16 October 2020 within the framework of the 17th International Youth Festival of Information Technologies “IT-Arkhangelsk”.
The experts of the Northern (Arctic) Federal University have participated in Smart City: Expectations and Reality, a roundtable discussion of the ways for implementing digital initiatives for sustainable urban environments. The roundtable was organized by RUSSOFT Association, BETA, and EXPOFORUM Convention and Exhibition Centre (Saint-Petersburg