Greenatom and Moscow Poly Signed Cooperation Agreement
Moscow Poly and AO “Greenatom” signed a cooperation agreement within the round table with industrial partners. The document was signed by the vice-president for academic affairs Gyuzel Sharipzyanova and the head of the project office for IT community development under AO “Greenatom” Denic Barinov.
Greenatom is an IT integrator under Rosatom corporation. The company has been implementing the most important projects of digital ecosystem in the nuclear industry, carrying out an individual software development, ensuring maintenance and development of corporate IT systems, designing software robots, participating in project management, import phase-out, implementing AI and computer-assisted learning.
“Our company has very specific demands. By the end of 2025, Rosatom needs over 5,000 IT specialists to perform both global large-scale tasks in nuclear industry, and tasks set at the national level. These tasks may include developing import-substituting software, ensuring technological independence of critical information infrastructures, implementing digital technologies for the Northern Sea Route and much much more. We`re counting on young specialists – to accomplish everything that we planned we need promising guys. Moscow Poly trains students in the areas that we`re interested in so, I`m sure that our cooperation will grow exponentially”, – noted Denis Baranov at the agreement signing ceremony.
The agreement envisages holding internships for students on the base on organization, the prospects of employment for graduates and employees, as well as shared conferences, seminars, exhibitions and other events.
For reference: in 2019, Greeatom started large-scale works in attracting IT students from 50 Russian universities. IT-integrator under the “Rosatom” corporation is actively engaged in attracting young and talented students studying technical information and mathematical areas into the industry, thus promoting IT sphere within the corporation.
Moscow Poly Faculty of Information Technologies trains future IT specialists in such areas as “Information Security of Automated Systems”, “Informatics and Computing Technologies”, “Applied Informatics”, “Cyber Security”, whereas master degree studies allow to deepen one`s knowledge in applied the following spheres – mathematics and informatics, informatics and computing engineering, information systems and technologies, cyber security, technical systems operation.