A meeting of teaching staff of the Department of Economic Cybernetics with alumni of the year 2012 took place at the PoltNTU
June 17, 2017
According to the materials of the Department of Economic Cybernetics, PoltNTU
On June 17, 2017 a meeting of teaching staff of the Department of Economic Cybernetics with alumni of the year 2012 was held at the Educational and Research Institute of Finance, Economy and Management of the Poltava National Technical Yuri Kondratyuk University. Despite the fact that only five years have passed since the receipt of the long-awaited diploma, during this time our graduates achieved significant successes in professional life.
At the Department of Economic Cybernetics, meetings with alumni of the past years have already become traditional. Therefore, this year was no exception, and graduates of the year 2012 came to the University. Senior preparatory work for the organization of this meeting was performed by the group’s headmen: Igor Lubenets, java programmer of the IT department of the German company “SIXT” and Marina Kalchenko, an analyst of the foundry system “LITIZ”.
Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor, Head of the Department of Economic Cybernetics Ruslan Savenko told everyone about the current state and prospects of the development of the specialty “Economic Cybernetics”. In turn, the graduates remembered their happy student years at the PoltNTU and told their teachers and mentors about their own achievements over the past five years. As it turned out, most graduates of the Department of Economic Cybernetics of ERI FEM PoltNTU work today on the received specialty in institutions and enterprises of various forms of ownership in Kiev and Poltava region.
The teaching staff of the Department Economic Cybernetics thanks the graduates of the specialty “Economic Cybernetics” for an interesting and meaningful anniversary meeting within the walls of their native University. We are proud of the professional achievements of each of you and wish you success in your personal and professional life!