TOMSK, Jul 30 – RIA Tomsk. Tomsk State University of Control Systems and Radioelectronics (TUSUR) to launch a competition of high-tech projects in the
areas related to IT, space, nanoelectronics, cyberphysics in the new academic
year; the best students-participants will get an internship, internship or a
job in Tomsk companies, the press service of the university said.
"TUSUR, together with leading companies, holds a competition of
high-tech projects TUSUR & Business for students. Students will be offered
nine topics relevant to these companies in the most promising areas:
nanoelectronics, radiophotonics, new generation communication systems, space
and engineering, IT, safe digital environment and cyber-physical systems",
– is said in the message.
TUSUR's partners in the competition will be such organizations as
Elcomplus, Gazprom Transgaz Tomsk, Tomsk Research and Production and
Implementation Company SIAM, "Systems. Technologies. Communications",
Tomsk Scientific-Research Institute of Semiconductor Devices, Polyus Research
and Production Center and TESART. Depending on the complexity of the project,
it will take from one to four semesters to work on it. It is planned that
students will start implementing projects within the framework of the competition
at the beginning of the new academic year.
© Валерий Доронин, пресс-служба мэрии Томска
The winners of the competition will be determined in the following
nominations: "the best innovative solution", "the best business
idea", "the most promising project", "digital
breakthrough", "the most socially significant project",
"mass product", "the best web development", "the best
interdisciplinary project using IT","super-project".
It is added that the best students will be invited to practice or
internship with subsequent employment. In addition, in the future, partner
enterprises plan to establish personalized scholarships for the best participants
in the competition.
"This competition – is not just an opportunity for students to
participate in a real project demanded by a high-tech enterprise, it is, first
of all, work for a result: projects will be evaluated by an expert commission,
in which external representatives of the real sector will make up at least 70%
of the total number of commission members", – the rector of TUSUR Victor
Rulevsky is quoted in the message.