Anatoliy Kyslyakovsky, a graduate of the KPI Radio Engineering Faculty in 1957, devoted more than 60 years of his life to educational, scientific and organizational work at his native faculty.

On March 1, he celebrated his 97th birthday. Anatoliy Viktorovych is a respectable age and has a lot of achievements. Therefore, at an expanded meeting of the RTF Academic Council on February 27, Anatoliy Kyslyakovsky received an honorary award from the university "For Service and Devotion to Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute". 

The participants of the meeting greeted him with great warmth. And those employees who were lucky enough to work with him recalled interesting and touching moments of their joint work, which touched Anatoliy Viktorovych very much. 

Indeed, there were many truly interesting and significant things in the veteran's life. After graduating with honors from the RTF in 1957, he was left as an assistant at the Department of Theoretical Foundations of Radio Engineering. This is where his scientific and pedagogical activities began, and where his versatile talents were fully manifested. In 1961, Anatolii Viktorovych began working on his PhD thesis on "Ferrite resonators in the technique of centimeter waves". This work marked the beginning of a new scientific direction at the department, which resulted in a Kyiv scientific school for studying the interaction of ferrite resonators with the microwave field. Several RTF students, future RTF scientists and teachers, were also involved in this work. In 1963, Anatolii Kysliakovskyi was appointed Deputy Dean of the Faculty of Radio Engineering, and in 1966 - Deputy Executive Secretary of the KPI Admissions Committee. He devoted a lot of energy and effort to these positions, including methodological work.

In 1964 Anatoliy Viktorovych defended his PhD thesis. Under his supervision, the Department of Theoretical Foundations of Radio Engineering carried out a number of research studies, the results of which found practical application in the national economy, for which he was awarded the State Prize of Ukraine in Science and Technology in 1982. The developed devices were demonstrated at the Exhibition of Economic Achievements of the USSR and were awarded the USSR Exhibition of Economic Achievements Medal. He is the author of more than 80 scientific papers and 20 USSR copyright certificates for inventions. 

Since 1968, Anatoly Kislyakovsky has been the deputy editor-in-chief of the world-famous journal Izvestia Vysshekh Uchebnykh Zavodov. Radioelectronics". Thanks to his personal efforts, the editorial office was equipped with modern printing equipment, the journal was preserved during the difficult period of transition, and its translation into English and publication in the United States was ensured. 

During the awarding of Anatoliy Viktorovych with the KPI award, the chairman of the Academic Council of the Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute, Academician Academician of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine Mykhailo Ilchenko, who, incidentally, is a student of Anatoliy Kyslyakovsky, spoke about the high professionalism of the scientist, teacher, organizer, his high moral and business qualities, demandingness to himself and others, personal modesty, and noted that his activities as a scientist and leader, as well as the achievements of his students and postgraduates, made a significant contribution to strengthening the high authority of the 125-year-old Kyiv Polytechnic Institute. 

Volodymyr Shkolnyi based on RTF information

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