How do university graduates choose a career in research? What is the appeal of academic research? Is it easy to become part of the academic community? In this project, young researchers who work at various HSE University departments speak about their research and their life beyond studies and labs, as well as share their research discoveries, personal impressions, opinions, and perspectives.
Sergey Samsonov could have become a historian or worked in a hedge fund, but he devoted himself to mathematics. In this interview with the HSE Young Scientists project, he explained why he chose research in statistics and machine learning and how to generate a million images of cats.
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Viktor Karpychev could have become a screenwriter but instead, he devoted himself to studying how the brain works. In this interview with Young Scientists of HSE, Mr. Karpychev explained how he spends his workdays and which Nobel laureate he would like to meet.
Idalia Fedotova was always interested in research, but she imagined academic society as a private club of geniuses and people descended from academics. In this interview with Young Scientists of HSE, she spoke about her journey as a researcher and mother of four young children. The HSE News Service presents a series of interviews with university researchers who discuss their work, important discoveries, and their lives outside the classroom and lab.