JetBrains Academy Offline Programs

Livestream: Ask Us Anything About the Computer Science and AI Bachelor’s Program

Join us this Saturday, June 10, 10:00 am UTC (1:00 pm EEST), for the free Ask Us Anything About the Computer Science and AI Bachelor’s Program livestream.

In response to the numerous inquiries we have received since the unveiling of our new Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence BSc program at Neapolis University Pafos, we will be hosting a livestream to address the most frequently asked questions, as well as host an “Ask Us Anything” session at the end.

You can register for the livestream by completing the Google form, and we will then send you an email with the registration link.

During this informative session, we will delve into the details of the program, providing comprehensive answers to the following key questions:

  • What are the courses offered during the first year of studies?
  • How can you access the syllabus of these courses?
  • Who are the esteemed faculty members responsible for teaching these courses?
  • How can you effectively craft a compelling personal statement?

This webinar will serve as an opportunity for you to gain a deeper understanding of our program’s curriculum, as well as to acquire valuable insights into the application process.

Following the official segment of the webinar, we will dedicate time to address any additional questions you may have. Our team is committed to ensuring that all concerns and inquiries are promptly attended to.

To secure your place and receive the webinar access link, complete the form provided below. For those who have previously submitted the form, rest assured that we will be sending you the webinar access link shortly.

Speakers

Alexander S. Kulikov, Program Lead

Alexander teaches his students algorithms and discrete mathematics. He holds PhD and DrSc degrees from Steklov Mathematical Institute and serves as the head of the Algorithms and Complexity Theory Lab at JetBrains Research. 

Alexander will go through the highlights of the bachelor’s program, tell you about the skills you’ll acquire, and explain how you can apply them in real projects in your future career.

Natalia Kitaeva, Project Coordinator

Natalia manages and oversees educational initiatives at JetBrains, including the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence BSc program. She provides guidance and support to students, ensuring a positive learning experience.

Natalia will walk you through the application and admissions process and answer any questions you may have.

Alexander Avdiushenko, Professor

Alexander holds a PhD degree in math modeling. He is a dedicated educator and project manager on the JetBrains Education and Research team. With over 3 years of experience as a Data Scientist and over 7 years of teaching at top universities, he has honed his skills in deep learning and data optimization.

Pavel Mavrin, Professor

Pavel is an expert in algorithms and data structures. Pavel has participated in many programming competitions, and his most prestigious title is ICPC World Champion 2004.

Kirill Krinkin, Professor

Kirill holds a PhD degree in computer science. For more than 20 years, Kirill has been a seasoned organizer of STEM schools worldwide, collaborating with top-tier universities and international companies in software engineering, operating systems, computer networks, autonomous mobile robots, and co-evolutionary hybrid intelligence. Under his expert guidance, student teams won the AI-DO twice, once at ICRA and once at NeurIPS.

Tatiana Berlenko, Professor

Tatiana is a researcher in the Mobile Robot Algorithms Lab at JetBrains Research. Interested in simultaneous localization and mapping in 3D, Tatiana has 6 years of experience teaching computer science and software engineering at universities, creating MOOCs and conducting STEM-based robotics schools for students.

If you want to learn more about the program, check out the CSAI program webpage.

See you at the livestream!

The JetBrains Academy team

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