In July this year, there was an open vote to name the HSE’s supercomputer. Two names - Corvus (‘crow’ in Latin; the crow is HSE's mascot) and cHARISMa (Computer of HSE for Artificial Intelligence and Supercomputer Modelling) – received the most votes. The latter won by a narrow margin, with 441 people (one in three of those who took part in the vote) choosing this name.
Monday, April 12
Dirk Meissner to speak on 'Managing Innovation in Turbulent Times'
Presentation 'Music and The Making of the Cosmonaut Everyman'
Tuesday, April 13
Ыubmission deadline - December 27, 2020
'In Search of Authenticity: Populist Ethics and the Soviet Intelligentsia [A Case Study]': A Talk by Ben Eklof and Tatiana Saburova
Faculty of Computer Science Colloquium 'Genetic Computers'