The 13th International Conference "Actual Problems of Electron Devices and Engineering" (APEDE’2018)
From September 27 to September 28, in the city of Saratov on the basis of the department "Electronic devices and devices" of the School of Electrical and Mechanical Engineering of the Yuri Gagarin State Technical University of Saratov, the 13th International Conference "Actual Problems of Electron Devices and Engineering" (APEDE’2018) was held. MIEM HSE at the conference was represented by the staff of the School of Electronic Engineering
Starting from June 30th, 2018, HSE undergraduate, master’s and doctoral students will be able to get their state scholarships only with their MIR cards. There are three ways to reissue the card, including getting a unique HSE-designed card. The main thing to remember is that, no matter which way you choose, you need to finalize everything by June 30th, 2018.
In 2017, our students selected a unique HSE design for their VTB24 bank cards, which will be used to transfer state scholarships. You can now apply for your card re-issue and get your new card upon the arrival of the New Year.
Registration is now open for the Open Doors: Russian Scholarship Project, Russia’s first competition for international students applying to Master’s programmes. With registration open until January 15, 2018, the competition consists of two remote stages: a portfolio contest and an online contest. The first stage will take place from December 1 to January 15.
From the 1st until the 10th of November the senior researcher at the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST, Tsukuba, Ibaraki, Japan) Dr. Shiro Kawabata was visiting MIEM, HSE. The coordinator of the visit was the Associate Professor of the Electronic Engineering Department Dr. A. S. Vasenko.
‘Introduction to Discrete Mathematics for Computer Science’ and ‘Advanced Machine Learning’ are English-language specializations, both created with the support of the top Russian IT firm Yandex, while the specialization ‘Introduction to Discrete Mathematics for Computer Science’ was developed with the involvement of the University of California at San Diego.