On May 23, Mykola Lysychenko, the first vice-rector of our university and a 1985 graduate of KhIMEA, celebrates his birthday.
Mykola devoted most of his life to science and his native university, to which he returned in 1991 after graduating from graduate school. Here he headed the Department of Electricity in Agriculture for a long time, defended his doctoral dissertation, and received a professorship. His name, as a famous scientist and specialist in the field of electrification of agriculture, is listed in the Encyclopedia of Modern Ukraine.
But, perhaps, the most important and most valuable achievement of Mykola is the well-deserved authority and respect among colleagues, students, and graduate students who appreciate his life wisdom and principled news, honesty, and devotion to his work…
Dear Mykola Leonidovych!
On behalf of the staff and the trade union committee of the University, we sincerely congratulate you on your birthday and wish you good health, family comfort, and warmth, as well as inspiration and inspiration for the realization of all your creative ideas and plans.
All the best to you and your family!
Sincerely, Your friends and colleagues.