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Singularis Lab engineer Mikhail Ryabinin took part in the ICPC Quantum Computing Challenge, powered by IBM Quantum. This is one of the major pilot competitions. Its main goal is to popularize quantum informatics. Quantum informatics is a direction at the forefront of the development of science. Like quantum physics, it…

  publication date: March 1, 2021

Internship 2021

Hello everyone! Singularis Lab begins enrollment of interns for 2021! This year we expand the coverage of technology for the internship training. The new direction of the internship training will include computer vision and machine learning. A total of 5 positions are open for interns: - backend developer, - frontend…

  publication date: February 3, 2021

Happy New Year 2021!

Friends, that's come to the end of 2020. We tried life at a distance, attended many events without leaving home. At first we were sad when we were on self-isolation and did not see anyone for a very long time, and then we were happy when for the first time…

  publication date: December 31, 2020

Achievement unlocked

Kubernetes is an open source platform that automates container operations. The Cloud Native Computing Foundation exam is a great opportunity to validate, restructure, supplement, and refresh your programming skills. The Cloud Native Computing Foundation reported yesterday that Anatoly Kryzhanovsky has successfully completed the program requirements to be recognized as a…

  publication date: December 15, 2020

Participation in the business mission of the Skolkovo Foundation to Switzerland

The event “Skolkovo Foundation's business mission to Switzerland” was held on October 26-27 via videoconference. The organization was supported by the Swiss Embassy in Moscow and the Swiss Business Promotion Center in Russia, with the participation of the State Secretariat for Education, Research and Innovation of Switzerland (SERI), the Swiss…

  publication date: October 29, 2020

Habr: Kalman filter - it's easy

The positioning problem arises inherently in robot navigation tasks such as autonomous cars, drones or other devices. There will always be noise in the data from the sensors. Even the most cunning algorithms will produce erroneous results if the input data is noisy. You ask "what to do?", And we…

  publication date: October 15, 2020

Global Detection

This week, our team has added a new achievement to the collection. Alexey Filimonov and Oleg Shapovalov won the silver in a computer vision competition related to plant phenotyping. Global Wheat Detection is a competition from the organizers of the Computer Vision Problems in Plant Phenotyping (CVPPP) Seminar at the…

  publication date: August 21, 2020

Dotnext 2020: no delays

At the very beginning of self-imposed isolation, we were dreaming of downloading this “game” with a save dated to the beginning of 2020 and preparing for everything in advance. But even without the magic “save”, people gradually adapted to new conditions. A part of our life was successfully transferred to…

  publication date: July 23, 2020

iT34-CGC

During the period of self-imposed isolation, the mankind has found itself in online environments. The Internet has become the main venue for all spring events. The singular unit of the  iT-34 community team was ready for new realities of the pandemic. And Code Game Challenge 2020 has become one of…

  publication date: May 29, 2020

Knowledge is Power, or Productive February in Singularis Lab

February was rich in conferences for the singular team. This month, our employees attended two events at once. Let's talk about each of them:   Teamlead at the maximum Level Dmitry Kryzhanovsky and Alexei Zhuravlev attended the TeamLead Conf 2020 professional conference for teamleads. As a result, our employees noted…

  publication date: March 13, 2020