LETI Physicists Explained How a Material for High-Speed Switchable Devices Transitions into Conducting State
This research will open new applications of promising material for the development of neuromorphic computers simulating the work of the human brain.
On June 15, the day when the first European electrical engineering institution was founded, LETI started an extensive program celebrating its 135th anniversary.
By order of the rector, the university has changed the procedure for summer exams of the academic year 2020/2021.
LETI is launching a new school where students will study algorithms and hardware for computer vision systems and learn how to apply them.
ETU "LETI" has performed strongly in the QS World University Rankings 2022.
LETI linguists discussed topical social issues and got practice in French at an international project with the Hybria Institute.
June 15, LETI celebrates its 135th birthday with unveiling the monument to Vologdin, the Soviet scientist, inventor, and educator. Read why this commemoration is highly deserved.
LETI Scientists Created a Model Describing Internal Processes in the Artificial Muscles of Microbots
The new model can be implemented in any programming language and allows one to conduct fast and cheap simulation experiments.
Pekka Helin, a member of the jury of the contest to transform LETI's spaces, spoke about the role of tradition and innovation in architecture and his student projects.
Projects of ETU "LETI" professors won the St. Petersburg Government Prize 2021 for research and education.