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Results of the work of interns 2023

Results of the work of interns 2023

Mikhail Usanin, 4nd year student of Economics

Mikhail Usanin

Mikhail Usanin

During my internship I remember most of all the conferences, where I was able to get acquainted with the laboratory staff and their scientific interests, as well as to feel myself a part of the research world.

In 2023, I was able to participate in three conferences: II Student Scientific and Practical Conference named after L.L. Lyubimov (L.L. Lyubimov). L.L. Lyubimov (8.11.2023, Perm) and the Fifth Russian Economic Congress (11-15.09.2023, Yekaterinburg) with the topic: "Modeling prices in the framework of shearing economics", as well as the 10th International GSOM Economy&Management conference 2023 (3-7.10.2023, St. Petersburg) with the topic: Exploring the Evolution of ESG Reports in S&P 500 Companies: a Data-driven Analysis. An article on the topic of the presentation at the last conference is in the works and has been sent to prufriedding.

Irina Maximova, 3nd year student of Business Management

Irina Maksimova

Irina Maksimova

In 2023 I managed to take part in many interesting projects: to participate in the student seminar "Cooking up my first research", to take part in writing a paper and even to perform at the GSOM EMC conference in St. Petersburg. What I like most of all is that there is an opportunity to do projects together with experienced researchers and professors, to learn from them and have an unforgettable academic experience! I would like to thank the IDlab for such a unique opportunity!

Egor Ivanov, Master's student of Business Analytics

Egor Aleksandrovich Ivanov

Egor Aleksandrovich Ivanov

During 2023, I had time to work on a couple of strategic projects: SP1 and SP4. In the first project, my role was to create a tool to show the results of our division's work to the user - a chat bot in Telegram @skills_for_jobs_bot. This bot allows users to find out which IT profession they can expect to get with their skills or to find out the necessary skills to move to the desired IT profession. In the second project, my role was to form associative rules based on a database of technology adoption by Russian companies collected from the Internet by our IDlab. Associative rules in this context represent a probabilistic assessment of the adoption of several specific technologies by one company. The results of this work allow us to draw conclusions about the level of technological development. This project has created the basis for two research papers co-authored with other IDlab members, and they are already in the review stage.

In 2024, I entered the talent pool in the "New Researchers" program. This program provides excellent opportunities for young scientists: mentoring support for projects aimed at developing the academic environment, additional financial support, the opportunity to learn new things at field seminars, and, most importantly, to get acquainted with other similar guys from different campuses, different departments, doing research in different disciplines. So far I have only been to the first, introductory, retreat in New Moscow at the Voronovo Center. It was interesting to get to know the vision of current problems of the university among different speakers!

Alexei Smirnov, 4nd year student of Economics

Alexey Smirnov

Alexey Smirnov

As a result of my work in the lab in 2023, I managed to participate in two major projects. The first one is "Analyzing ICT profiles of Russian companies using machine learning methods", for which I prepared a dashboard in the form of a web application. The results of this project are planned to be published. The second one is "Analyzing the determinants of state support for small and medium-sized enterprises in Russia", for which I performed calculations. The result of this project will be an article in the near future. In addition to projects, thanks to the laboratory, the past year was full of academic travels. We were in Yekaterinburg, St. Petersburg and Moscow. In memory of my presentation at REC-2023, I was left with a collection of conference abstracts, which included my work. And, of course, we should not forget about all the tea conversations that led to the solution of the unsolvable and improvement of the unimprovable. It was a wonderful year!