Honoring the memory

Eternal memory to the heroes-polytechnicians!

The Kyiv Polytechnic unveiled memorial plaques to three graduates of the Faculty of Sociology and Law who stood up to defend Ukraine in 2014 and gave their lives for its freedom and independence.

Max Levin dreamed of taking a picture that would stop the war

Ukrainian photojournalist and documentary filmmaker, Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute graduate Max Levin, who created dozens of photo and video projects, was posthumously awarded the Order of Courage "for personal courage and selfless actions shown during the coverage of Russian a

Bas-relief to Kostiantyn Zvorykin

On August 28, the gallery of sculptural portraits of prominent scientists who worked and studied at Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute was replenished with a bas-relief of a prominent Ukrainian scientist in the field of mechanics, the first dean of the Mechanical Department (now the

KPI student Pavlo Guranda died

Pavlo studied at the FEA as an electrical engineer. But on February 25, 2022, he stood up to defend Ukraine.

The young man was killed on September 1, 2023, while performing a combat mission near the village of Robotyno, Zaporizhzhia region.

KPI graduate Yuriy Lyubovytskyi died

Yuriy graduated from the Faculty of Radio Engineering of Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute.

"We remember him as sincere, always smiling, ready to help everyone. He was a real father and an example of manhood and patriotism for his children," his family says about Yuriy.

KPI graduate Konstantin Pelypenko died

Konstantin graduated from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Automation in 2018 with a degree in Electrical Machines and Apparatus.

Before the full-scale invasion, he worked abroad, but did not hesitate to return to defend his homeland.

KPI graduate Anton Klitnyi died

Anton graduated from the FSP in 2015 with a degree in law.

"Anton was a wonderful person, a talented lawyer, a caring son and father. He is survived by a small child! Low bow to his parents for raising a true patriot!" the KPI Faculty of Sociology and Law wrote on its Facebook page.