Dmytro Oleksiiovych Rossoshynskyi has passed away

Dmytro Rossoshynskyi, former associate professor of the Applied Mathematics Department, died on March 31, 2023 in Kyiv.
Dmytro Oleksiiovych was born on November 27, 1946 in Tashkent (Uzbekistan).
He received his higher education at the Kyiv Institute of Civil Aviation Engineers (now NAU), where he studied to become an electrical engineer of calculation and decision-making devices and machines.
Immediately after graduating from NAU, he was drafted into the army. After military service, he returned to Kyiv and started working at KPI in 1971, first as a research engineer, and from 1978 (after defending his PhD thesis) to 2014 as a faculty at the Applied Mathematics Department.

He was excellent at lecturing on disciplines related to programming. All students remembered him as a very tolerant and intelligent person. In recent years, he was seriously ill, but he was a very modest person and refused financial help from his former students.
D. O. Rossoshynskyi was a comprehensively developed person, he loved and knew how to switch from professional workload to more artistic directions. He was engaged in fencing and academic rowing, loved to paint all his life, played the banjo well.
Relatives, friends, colleagues at the department and former students of Dmytro Oleksiіovych will always remember him.

The funeral service will be held on April 2, at 2 p.m. in the funeral hall of the crematorium at Baikove Cemetery.