Moscow Poly Students Traditionally Became Prizewinners in IT Contest
At the “Week of Youth`s Science” annual international session that is currently taking place in the capital, Moscow Poly students have proved themselves in a traditional manner. 16 Moscow Poly students have become prize winners for the 7 projects they presented within “Information community: economics, law, technologies” scientific research projects contest.
At “Digital Technologies in Economics and Social Sphere” session, Moscow Poly “Informatics and Computing” department 1 year undergraduates Andrei Kiverin and Ivan Krapivin majoring in “Web Technologies” presented a work that has been awarded a grand-prix. Together with the State Fire-Fighting Service Academy under Ministry for Emergency Situations student Andrei Kozhin, they presented a work entitled “Creating United Information Air Pollution Monitoring System on the territory of Kirov”.
The first place went to “Informatics and Computation” department 3 year undergraduate students Mikhail Surovitskiy, Iliya Kanatnikov and Roman Mazaev for “Developing QR Line Systems” project.
The second place went to “Corporate Information Systems” major students Anna Sablina and Vladislava Popova. They delivered a report entitled “Developing a Mobile Client for Russian Association of Auto Dealerships” Internship Website.
The third place went to the students majoring in the same area, Alexandra Rozanova and Kseniya Skvortsova who have developed a web application for hotel search based on Moscow open sources.
“Infocognitive Technologies” undergraduate 2 year students Vadim Leushin and Evgeniya Nekrasova are also placed third. They have presented their recommendations on implementing charging stations for electro cars into the city infrastructure grid.
Moscow Poly Faculty of Information Technologies “Applied Informatics” department students Andrei Tkachyov, Ivan Sharkov, Artem Uglov and Petr Timashov, who created algorythms of educational-methodical service information system functioning, are placed on the third line, too.
In the “Law and Digital Transformation” section, the second place went to Ekaterina Mezhnikova, 3 year undergraduate student majoring in “Web Technologies” who developed a private lawyer website.
The director general of the “Robot Station” enterprise, one of the organizing committee members of the event, Alexei Melkov wished luck to the participants at the opening ceremony of the event, that took place at an “Robostantsiya” [Robot Station] interactive exhibition at VDNKha. Alexei also shared some details about the upcoming shared projects between Moscow innovation enterprises and the university technological sector.