IT is in vogue. In Russia, the acceptance of documents to universities ends
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On July 25, the university admission campaign ends. This year, specialties related to & nbsp; computer science.
Applicants who have applied documents for IT-specialties want to get knowledge at the institutes that will help them to create breakthrough computer developments in the future.. In 2022, the Minor of Science of Russia allocated 160,413 places. You can study IT specialties at universities participating in the Priority 2030 University Development Program. national project “Science and Universities”. This direction allows young people to start applying their knowledge in practice already in universities.
At the Perm National Research Polytechnic University, which is a member of the “Priority 2030”, students and teachers are creating a methodology to help predict traffic flows. It will be possible to regulate the transport network based on the analysis of information from video recording complexes for traffic violations. Its implementation will help to effectively manage the movement of cars in cities and reduce the number of traffic jams and accidents. “We were the first in Russia to use data from CCTV cameras to study the traffic flow and analyze its intensity using this method, – says Project Manager, Professor of the Department of Automobiles and Technological Machines of the Polytechnic University, Doctor of Technical Sciences Mikhail Boyarshinoin. – In the study, we used data on a section of a highway in Perm with heavy one-way traffic. The study made it possible to find out how the intensity of car traffic changes during the week, and to determine the patterns of changes in traffic flows. According to scientists, the technique will help predict the movement of car flows, manage the operation of traffic lights to prevent traffic jams, and monitor equipment. The development, which has no analogues in the world, will ensure Russia's technological sovereignty.
Teams of students of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Automation of St. Petersburg & nbsp; State Electrotechnical University LETI named after V.I. IN AND. Ulyanov (Lenin) – another participant in the Priority 2030 program – received special prizes for field tests of mobile robotic systems «Robocross». The competition was held in Nizhny Novgorod. According to the terms of the event, the teams had to complete a series of tasks on a special track in real conditions. Autonomously driven cars had to avoid obstacles, perform U-turns and other maneuvers, and recognize traffic signs.
University “LETI” represented two teams– Cat Drive and Mad Drive. In the nomination “For technical progress” the victory was won by the CatDrive team consisting of Pavel Abramov, Alexander Bondarchuk, Svetlana Bogdanova, Elizaveta Keller, Yegor Gerasimov, Albert Kim, Artem Viktorov, Mikhail Milyukov and the team leader, senior lecturer of the Department of Automatic Control Systems (ACS) < strong>Andrey Nikolaevich Lukichev. “For the first time I got to such an event and was incredibly surprised by our cohesion at it. Everyone worked in unison on a common task, – the youngest member of the CatDrive team shares his impressions, Artem Viktorov.
A Evgeny Petrushak, student of the University of Industrial Technologies and Design (SPbGUPTD) – also a member of the Priority 2030 program – received a grant in the amount of one million rubles as part of the Student Startup competition; from the Innovation Promotion Foundation. St. Petersburg student developed a technology to ensure secure electronic document management for a business supplier. The program, which Evgeny Petrushak is working on with Fedor Khitrov from the Institute of Information Technologies and Automation of St. Petersburg State University of Applied Mathematics, will allow businesses to solve the problem of control over contractual obligations between the company and suppliers, and government agencies – successfully supervise the activities of enterprises. Evgeny explained the intricacies of his work: “In September, Russia will launch a state system for the exchange of electronic transportation documents. However, the transition to electronic document management raises issues of security, optimization and automation of the network. These problems are solved by our new program, which will eliminate the risk of fraud in the transportation of goods. The technology is able to work successfully regardless of the scale of the business.
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