We partnered with Bauman Moscow State Technical University to teach biomedical programming

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In 2018, at a Ruby meetup organized by Evrone, we met Roman Samarev, associate professor of the Department of Computer Networks and Systems from Bauman Moscow State Technical University.

SAN FRANCISCO - eTradeWire -- The Evrone team doesn't just work on commercial projects. We also actively support the open-source community, sharing our tools and holding events for developers of all different levels. Because of this, Bauman Moscow State Technical University has invited one of our specialists to teach the "Algorithmization and Programming" course for students of the Faculty of Biomedical Engineering.

Through our partnership with the University, we will teach freshmen to write and understand code and use it to solve scientific and technological challenges. In this article, we explain why we chose to teach the Julia programming language, and how this knowledge will help students prepare for their future careers.

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Telemedicine is the practical application of bioinformatics. Our portfolio includes several projects related to both complex scientific computing and specific digital services. So we have experience using AI in medicine and stay on top of the recent trends in biomedical engineering. We have successfully launched B2C services and put approaches to processing biomedical information in practice.

We are thrilled that we have the opportunity to pass on our experiences with these projects and our passion for programming. This business and university collaboration will allow us to provide a valuable, problem-solving tool to future engineers. We hope this will lead to new developments in biomedical engineering and that our students will make great scientific discoveries or launch revolutionary startups that will change people's lives for the better.


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