Andrey Khlyzov, an expert from Google, who works in Madison (Wisconsin, USA), spoke to students of business informatics and software engineering.
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.
The HSE-Perm Career Development Centre annually monitors its graduates’ employment. Survey results indicated the demand for HSE alumni on the labour market and prove that they move up the career ladder rather quickly.
The second annual student contest ‘HSE FACE’ has taken place at HSE Perm. Student pairs presenting each bachelor’s programme competed with each other for the title of ‘HSE Face’. Anastasia Bayushkina and Konstantin Faletov, a pair of software engineering students, won the competition.
HSE Perm students attended a spring school on communications in Moscow, organised by the School of Integrated Communications and School of Media.
Within the framework of a joint seminar of GAMES research group and research and training group “Empirical demand estimation” Svetlana Kuzmenkova, the 4th year student of “Economics” educational programme, presented intermediate results of a study dedicated to the influence of subscribers’ mobility on cellular communication services consumption.
The head of the Political Sciences programme, Associate Professor at the HSE Perm Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, Yuri Vasilenko has given a series of lectures on the ‘History of Russian civilization and Russia’s contemporary politics’ at universities in Spain.
Within the framework of a joint seminar of GAMES research group and research and training group “Empirical demand estimation” Maria Okuneva, the 4th year student of “Economics” educational programme, presented a study focused on the efficiency of individual targeting in mobile applications.
Lecturers of the School of Foreign Languages in Perm Campus have received a grant from Cambridge English Language Assessment. Professor Tatyana Permyakova and Associate Professor Marina Sheveleva carried out a study ‘Perceptions towards BEC Exams in Higher School of Economics (Perm, Russia)’.