The YETI conference was held in SPbPU for the 3rd time

27 April 2021
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The International Youth Conference on Electronics, Telecommunications and Information Technologies (YETI-2021) was held 22-23 of April in SPbPU. YETI-2021 is a conference that goals to bring young scientists for discussions on actual problems and major advances in electronics, telecommunications, and information technologies.

Among the participants of YETI-2021, there were scientists and researchers from Germany, Italy, Spain, Finland, Armenia, India, Iran, China etc. Currently, such international activities seem to be especially important.

A number of invited speakers in cooperation with younger colleagues also gave speeches at the conference. Ladislau Matekovits (Politecnico di Torino, Italy) and Lida Kouhalvandi (Politecnico di Torino, Italy) presented a talk entitled “Automated Power Amplifier Design through Multiobjective Bottom-Up and Particle Swarm Optimizations using Neural Network” in the section Information Technologies and Signal Processing. The talk “Optimizing of ALPHIE grid system with particle-in-cell simulations” (Electronics and Nanotechnologies section) was prepared in cooperation with Dr. Luis Conde (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain). Group of young scientists from the Leibniz University Hannover performed the talk “Destruction of unresectable brain tumors: Simulation of thermal spread and tissue damage during MRI-guided laser ablation”. The speaker was a student of the Institute for Multiphase Processes, Gesine Hentschel (Leibniz University Hannover, Germany).

To encourage young scientists to develop their projects even more the best report was chosen in each topical section. Winning reports are listed on the website yeti.spbstu.ru

In total more than 60 talks were performed at the conference in both oral and poster formats. A big part of them was performed by or in cooperation with foreign colleagues. We hope that such events will help to strengthen international connections and involve students in scientific activities.