Moscow Poly Graduate Told Students About Production Design
The discussions at the 6th“Science Beyond Borders” international telemost were devoted to product design at American technological companies. Moscow Poly Favorsky Institute of Graphics and Book Art graduate, designer Nelly Grivko shared with the Faculty of Information Technologies students her experience in this sphere. In 2013, Nelly graduated I.Fedorov Moscow State University of Printing Arts.
The meeting was held in the form of a speaker-students dialogue. The students asked questions about the aspects of working abroad, troubles of adaptation and various intercultural aspects. The speakers talk on what one oftentimes has to engage in when working on projects. The participants noted special atmosphere of a live communication that is not common to the events of this format.
During the telemost, there has also been a round table devoted to some methodologies for training neural networks.
As a reminder, “Science Beyond Borders” is an international project that is organized by the Moscow Poly Faculty of Information Technologies in cooperation with Russian and international colleagues from the scientific and industrial sphere. It`s a great opportunity for students to learn about IT sphere from first hands.
For example, one of the guest invited to the telemost Dmitry Mukhin (USA); Lomonosov MSU and Business School under Johns Hopkins University graduates, project manager in IT, Project Manager Professional, Agile Certified Professional, master in business administration (MBA), ex-deputy director at department of information technologies under Maryland Department for Education shared the experience he had in working on IT projects and using ‘agile’ methodologies and talked on how human factor influences the outcome of the projects using agile methodology.
In his turn, doctor of natural sciences from Schmalkalden University (Germany) Ditman Mayer delivered a lecture in “IoT and Information Security Issues”.