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Project Activity

The project activity is one of the main elements of the Master's program at the Higher School of Economics since 2018.
Project activities are monitored and regulated by the academic supervisor and the academic council of the program.
Students of the program can choose among projects from those placed on the program's website only.
All projects are offered by professors and researchers of the program and are approved by the academic council of the program.
Students also have the opportunity to suggest a project themselves. In this case, the project should be reviewed by the academic council of the program. If approved, the project can then be chosen by the student.
The project can be implemented throughout the study year or be performed in a limited time period. The project is implemented at the 1st and 2nd year of the master's program.
The project is 4 credits, 2 credits (76 academic hours) for each academic year.
A student should submit an application with the name of project and the signature of the professor to the program academic supervisor at the beginning of study year until October 15th.
Evaluation Form

Projects 2018-2019

For the Program (contact Elena Chernysheva):

  1.  Managing the program site (adding new information, photos, videos, news, announcements, editing information on pages) - 2 students.
  2. Managing the program pages in social networking sites: VK, FB and so on (adding new information, photos, videos, news, announces, editing information on pages) – 2 students.
  3. Recording and editing videos introducing the program. Photo and video reports about life of the program. Help with recording of program events - up to 3 students.
  4. Organization of formal events (open lectures, seminars, open days) and unformal parties of the program – up to 4 students.
  5. Program promotion - 4 students (advertising the program in social networking sites, to share posters, to share some information about the program).
  6. Designing posters, booklets, pages of the program – 2 students.
  7. Holding interviews with students, graduates, professors of the program ­– 2 students.
  8. Participating in psychophysiological and neuroscientific experiments (at least 7 experiments in our laboratories).

For the Neuropsylab (contact Marie Arsalidou):

  1.  Prepare material and communicate research activities with the public.
  2. Administrate public webinar activities.
  3. Marking exams for undergraduate courses.
  4. Data entry and scoring.

The Laboratory of Cognitive Psychophysiology (contact Boris Chernyshev):

  1.  Help with management of the laboratory.
  2. Help with maintenance of the laboratory website.
  3. Help with experimental work and data analysis in the laboratory.

 For Tadamasa Sawada:

  1. Translating some Russian scientific papers into English.
  2. Building a visual illusion demo (some basic hand craft skill required).

For Vision Modelling Laboratory (Joe Makinnes):

  1. Assistant to the lab manager.  Various tasks including translating lab document and filling administrative forms for the lab.
  2. Lab media.  Gather photo, video and promotional material to advertise the lab on various sites.

 For Beatriz Bermúdez:

  1. Proofreading /Translation of experiment materials and application documents for Russian grants into Russian language
  2. Contact and recruitment of Russian participants for experiments and assistance with language during experiments (online translation from English to Russian)

 For the TMS Laboratory (Matteo Feurra):

  1. Organisation of the TMS school in November and the bigger in April – 2-3 students.
  2. Recruitment of subjects for experiments (possibly 2 students that optimise a social network system, e.g FB, VK).
  3. Optimisation of our CDM MRI scans database.  

For Dmitry Lusin:

  1. Recruitment of subjects for experiments.