apply new information technologies in various fields of humanities using state-of-the-art tools of intelligent data analysis, machine learning and computer linguistics.
select and apply the right tools for cultural data collection, storage, manipulation, analysis, visualization, dissemination, and preservation, as relevant to their goals, tasks, and target audience.
interpret complex cultural data and effectively share it using a wide range of visual and narrative approaches and means.
The students will learn to:
During their studies, the students will have the opportunity to hone their skills by participating in a wide range of international internships, grants and competitions. They can also do an internship at Digital Humanities Research Center, Machine Learning Lab and other laboratories and research centers of ITMO and its partner universities.
The program's graduates will be in high demand in:
academia and research sector;
the fields of analytics, metrics management and customer relations;
social media and market research;
management of cultural heritage and other branches of the creative industry.