Визначні науковці КПІ

World famous scientists – the founders of scientific teaching schools of NTUU"KPI"

NTUU"KPI" has a rich and glorious history. Its fame was created by inspired, selfless work of outstanding scholars and teachers who have turned KPI into the unique educational and research institution and its graduates who have made outstanding contributions to the development of science and technology in the twentieth century – both national and international.

In memoriam of a teacher, friend, colleague. To the 90th anniversary of professor Anatoliy Oleksiiovych Lipatov’s birth

The name of Candidate of Technical Sciences, professor A.O. Lipatov is well known among the professional community. An outstanding specialist in the field of super high frequency devices and satellite telecommunications, Honorary Worker of Ukraine Higher School, exemplary student of the USSR Higher School, Honorary Radio Operator of the USSR, Inventor of the USSR, Laureate of the State Prize of Ukraine in the field of science and technology — it's all about him

Artur Veniaminovich Prakhovnyk (1940 – 2012)

Energy scientist, teacher and organizer of higher education, doctor of technical sciences, professor, Honored Power Engineer of the CIS (2001), Honored Power Engineer of Ukraine, Honored Scientist and Engineer of Ukraine (1998), laureate of the State Prize of Ukraine in Science and Technology (20

Ivan Trofimovich Shvets (1901 – 1983)

Outstanding scientist in the field of energy and heat engineering, doctor of technical sciences (1947), professor (1931), Dean of the Department of Energy (Thermal Engineering) of the Kyiv Industrial Institute, Head of the Department of Steam Engine.

110 Years of Mykhailo Makarovych Nekrasov

It has been 110 years since the birthday of Mykhailo Makarovych Nekrasov – a famous scientist in the field of dielectrics and semiconductors, a doctor of technical sciences, a professor and a founder of the Department of Microelectronics (first called “Dielectrics Physics” in 1952, then - “Dielectrics and Semiconductors”).