The international student contest "Engineering of microelectronic systems - Sergiu Radautsan - 2022" took place in an online format on the basis of the Technical University of Moldova, Chisinau on May 20, 2022.
Master's student of the Department of Heat Engineering and Energy Saving IEE Tetyana Boyko (group OT-01 mn) at the International competition of student research papers Black Sea Science 2022 received a diploma of the first degree for research work Influence of Heating and Ventilation Modes on the
Today, the development and integration of information systems and technologies in all spheres of life are very fast. Therefore, there is a constant demand for specialists in this profile, so ambitious and motivated young people enter universities.
The IT-sphere in Ukraine is one of the most dynamic and promising. According to experts, the domestic IT market will grow steadily by 20-30% annually, while the number of specialists will double by 2024.
At the end of October, the student team “TermoSyla” of the Department of Physical Materials Science and Heat Treatment (PMSHT) won an international tournament - a startup battle of environmental developments.
The Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute Donor Day was held together with the help of the University departments and students. 110 students, cadets, teachers, and officers donated blood for the Kyiv City Blood Center, O.O.
In early October 2021, with the support of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, the local phase of the NASA International Space Apps Challenge took place. The NGO “Noosphere Association” hosted the event in Dnieper.
A third-year IAT student Henrikh Titov whose specialty is “Aviation and Rocket Space Engineering” got a scholarship from the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine for his achievements in education, popularization of science, and developments in science and engineering.
On November 23d, 2021, the XIV Open Student Circuit Theory Olympiad was held, which is annually held by the Department of Electronic Engineering of the Faculty of Electronics and is dedicated to the memory of Professor Vitaliy Sigorsky