Submissions for the second round of the Spark Lab student project laboratory are now open. We are looking for driven and talented students willing to improve life in Yakutia and the world.
Any full-time or part-time student at a higher education institution in Yakutsk can apply to become a participant of the Spark Lab.
The new student batch will get to work this October. For eight months, students will conduct research and test hypotheses to improve the quality of life in their environment. They will be supervised by an experienced team leader and assisted by experts from Russia and around the world. Students will work closely with seasoned professionals and will have the opportunity to try out various new technologies.
Spark Lab participants may, upon agreement with the university, use the results of their project work in their graduation thesis or externship.
At the end of the Spark Lab's first round, 48 people graduated in eight courses, many of whom will continue to work on projects in the second round.
To participate, fill out an application form. We are accepting submissions both with and without an existing project through October 7, 2022, at the Spark Lab website: sparklab.space