9 students from France, Italy, Ghana and India finished research internship at Innopolis University

Young researchers worked on projects related to cybersecurity, robotics, software engineering and game development under supervision of faculty members of the Russian IT University.

9 students from France, Italy, Ghana and India finished research internship at Innopolis University
"Internationalization is one of the main focus areas of Innopolis University. For 2 years we have successfully launched the exchange program with several universities from Europe, Asia, USA and Russia. Now we are working on the international internship program and development of a short-term student mobility. Now we are reaping rewards — 9 Bachelor's degree students from Italy, France, India and Ghana came to Innopolis University to do research internship in our laboratories. The next goal is to attract Master's degree and PhD students from leading global universities," — said Sergey Karapetyan, Head of the Department of International and Academic Cooperation at Innopolis University .

Dimitry Calmels, a student of the University of Toulouse, France, and Abdul Razak Adam from Ashesi University College, Ghana, joined the Software Design, Models and Architectures Lab under supervision of Professor Manuel Mazzara. The Software Engineering Lab welcomed 2 students from the University of Toulouse, Kamal Aarab and Yevgeny Shumakov, and two students from the University of Bologna, Federico Mengozzi and Filippo Soldatti. A student of the University of Strasbourg Christopher Yuolou did research internship in the Intelligent Robotic Systems Lab. Francesco Boschi, a Bachelor's degree student of the University of Bologna worked on research projects in the Artificial Intelligence in Game Development Lab. Akshay Kumar, from the Indian Institute of Technology, Dhanbad did research internship under supervision of Rasheed Hussein, Assistant Professor at Master's degree program on Secure Systems and Networks.

"During the training at Innopolis University my colleagues from Italy and I worked on a compiler for the functional programming language under supervision of Professor Evgeny Zuev. His expertise in software development helped to work on the project, and it was a pleasure to communicate with him personally", said Filippo Soldatti, Bachelor of the University of Bologna. — I study in one of the oldest universities in the world, and my desire to try something new brought me to Innopolis University. I believe that the environment here is truly motivating. The University provides a perfect environment for immersion in studies. What surprised me the most was that the majority of facilities at the University are available to students 24/7 for study or project work. It was a pleasure to collaborate and communicate with students from different countries."

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