Faculty of Business Informatics Students Successfully Present at National IT Conferences
A national young researchers’ conference on ‘Fundamental and Applied Problems of Mathematics, Mechanics, and Informatics’ recently took place in Perm. Students from the HSE Perm campus in business informatics and software engineering took an active part in the event.
Alexey Chusovlyankin, first-year student of software engineering (supervisor – Vladimir Morozenko, associate professor at the Department of IT in Business), spoke on the Christofides algorithm error for random non-Euclidean graphs, which is applied to solve many transport tasks and has an important economic application.
Olga Ponomareva, second-year student of business informatics (supervisor – Olga Vikentieva, associate professor at the Department of IT in Business), spoke on the approaches to software development of the Competency Business Game Studio and its application in university education and knowledge assessment.
Maria Zhigalova, third-year student of business informatics (supervisor – Alexander Sukhov, senior lecturer at the Department of IT in Business), delivered a report on the development of a software system that automatically tests a text document for its compliance with certain formatting rules.
It is worth mentioning that students from the HSE campus in Perm were the youngest participants at this conference; however, the presentation by Alexey Chusovlyankin took first place in the section ‘Mathematical and Software Support, Information Security’, outdoing presentations by senior students and even Master’s and doctoral students! In his presentation, Alexey demonstrated a high level of research, extensive knowledge of the theme and strong presentation skills.
Maria Zhigalova’s presentation took third place at a national science conference ‘Automated Control Systems and IT’.
Best wishes for further success and victories for the young researchers!