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PFC graduate Mikhail Sokolov at Knight Frank: how can an internship in consulting help an architect?
Interview with Mikhail Sokolov, graduate of the GSU international master's program “Prototyping Future Cities” (2017-2019)
In the UN after the second attempt: Julia Baistrukova’s internship in the Economic Commission for Europe
Julia Baistrukova, students of the international Master's programme 'Prototyping future cities' told us about her experience in the Economic Commission for Europe of the United Nations.
This year, the first cohort of the international master’s programme ‘Prototyping Future Cities’ earned their degrees. Among those graduating with honors was architect Anna Budnikova, who invented a unique technology to reinforce karst sinkholes with fungal spores.
11 graduates of the international Master’s programme got diplomas at Shukhov Lab
‘Prototyping future cities’ graduates and fellows of the grant of the president of the Republic of Tatarstan addressed the authorities of Moscow and Tatarstan in Zaryadye park at the Moscow Urban Forum.
Within two weeks 20 students will fabricate a full-scale prototype of an interactive object and present it at the popular science festival Geek Picnic 2019 in Moscow
Anna Budnikova, alumni of the international Master’s programme ‘Prototyping future cities’ received the Outstanding Science Award at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) for her research ‘Mycokarst: New Generation of Self-healing Urban Materials Based on Fungal Spores’ conducted under Elena Mitrofanova leadership.
Anna Budnikova, graduate of the GSU Master’s programme ‘Prototyping future cities’ and finalist of the Biodesign Challenge 2019, will present her project ‘Mycokarst: New Generation of Self-healing Urban Materials Based on Fungal Spores’ in New York.
On June 10 and 11 students of the Master's programme presented their dissertations to the international state examination committee.
First-year students of the international Master’s programme ‘Prototyping future cities’ are going to Copenhagen for a research trip ‘Self-Sufficient Habitat’. From April 23 to 27, they will be exploring this eco-friendly capital and learning the best practices in sustainable city development.