People who changed the history

The Day of the Heroes of Heavenly Hundred is a commemorative day marked in Ukraine on February 20 in honor of the feat of the Revolution of Dignity participants and the commemoration of the Heroes of Heavenly Hundreds.

Four years ago in the center of Kiev blood of hundreds of people who rebelled against injustice, political persecution and criminal acts of authority was shed. Raising against the system of cynical lies and falsehoods is a tremendous feat, only true heroes are capable of it. The poet Tetiana Domashenko called the people who perished on the Independence Square and the streets adjoining to it the "Heavenly Hundred" for the first time devoting a poem "Heavenly Hundred looks at us with faith, hope, love ..." to them. These turbulent events have forever entered the history of Ukraine.

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Guests of the Kachanivka Eden

On February 16, the librarians of the Scientific Library of ChNUT visited the musical-literary evening in the V. Tarnovskyi Chernihiv Historical Museum. The event was dedicated to prominent personalities who, in the forties of the nineteenth century, attended the Tarnovskyi Manor: V. I. Shternberg and M. I. Glinka.

This estate, lost in the woods, was a real magnet that compel the brightest heads and most talented people in dark times; where it was easy for artists and poets to write, where the creative intelligency went for inspiration.

Vasyl Ivanovich Sternberg (February 12, 1818 - November 8, 1845) - landscape painter and genre artist. He was one of the closest Taras Shevchenko's friends: they lived on the same apartment in St. Petersburg, attended literary and musical evenings, theaters together, were in common acquaintances. Vasyl Sternberg spent the summer vacations at the Tarnovskyi Estate; he wrote his best works here and was awarded the highest academic awards for them.

Mikhail Ivanovich Glinka (June 1, 1804 - February 15, 1857) - composer, founder of Russian classical music. Mikhail Glinka has repeatedly been to Chernihiv and Ichnia, Nizhyn, Hryhorivka, Monastyryshche. In Kachanivka he worked on the opera "Ruslan and Lyudmila", which excerpts were performed for the first time by the estate owner's choir, Maecenas Hryhorii Tarnovskyi. Two songs by Mikhail Glinka, written in Victor Zabily's poems, are dated 1838: "Sing Not, O Nightingale" and "The Wind Blows".

An interesting story by a museum staff member N. Ye. Samokhina was accompanied by a demonstration of scenic scapes of Kachanivka, landscapes and portraits. The event was held with the participation of teachers and students of Chernihiv Music College named after L. Revutsky.

More about the presence of M. Glinka and V. Sternberg in Chernihiv region can be found in the book of Chernigiv regional ethnographer V.V. Demidenko, who tells about cultural and artistic figures connected with their art or living with our land: Demidenko, V. V. (2010). Ostalis zdes ikh dush chastichki... [Their soul particles were left here…]. Kyiv: Zhurnal "Raduha".


Meet the new magazine in the reading room!

The monthly specialized "Quality Management" journal will help to improve the quality of production processes and products, implement marketing quality strategies, and meet the requirements of international quality standards. It is issued with the informational support of the State Enterprise "Ukrainian Research and Training Center for Standardization, Certification and Quality".

Where to find: Scientific Library, Building 11 (Striletska str., 1).


The International Book Giving Day

This day (The International Book Giving Day) was initiated by Emmy Broadmoor from America in 2012. The idea was suggested by her little son who asked her why there is no special day when people give each other books.

The International Book Giving Day brings together everyone who loves to read and give books, inspire others to love reading. On this day, it is usually customary to give books to each other and family members, to leave books in crowded places, to provide discounts in bookstores, to organize volunteer campaigns for collecting books, to donate print works to libraries.

To give books to the library is a good tradition, which our readers adhere to. Taking this opportunity, we express our sincere gratitude to all those who joined the noble cause - the donation of books not only this day but also throughout the year, thus helping to fill the fund of our library with educational, scientific and art editions.

Action "Leave a memory of yourself in the walls of your native university".


Calendar of significant and memorable dates. February 14th

Dear readers! On the eve of the Saint Valentine's Day, we would like to express our love and respect to you. We value you and always welcome you!

We invite you to join the congratulations and leave your message on the festive board under this link.

We also suggest selecting a topic for discussion interesting for you. A thematic board for further virtual communication will be created. Send your suggestions to: bib.zal2@gmail.com.

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Calendar of significant and memorable dates. February 13th

World Radio Day is an observance day held annually.

The importance and value of radio as the meaning of strengthen and developing of the international cooperation, active promotion of free access to information, especially in the era of digital technologies, is a topical issue for society as a whole.

Today, on the World Radio Day, we join in congratulations to all those who discovered this important and necessary foundation for our human relationships, to all those who have found the response and understanding to this unique phenomenon in their souls, to all those who are listening to the radio. We are proud that our university trains future specialists in this field and congratulates students and lecturers of the Department of Biomedical Electronic Devices and Systems.

We would like to remind everyone who is interested in radio engineering that there are many interesting and useful books on this topic, as well as professional periodicals in the funds of the Scientific Library of the ChNUT.


Calendar of significant and memorable dates. February 8th

Jules Gabriel Verne (February 8, 1828, Nantes, France - March 24, 1905, Amiens, France) - French writer, founder of the science fiction genre was born this day.

The first novels brought him popular recognition. As soon as the books of the French writer were printed, they were immediately translated into many languages and spread throughout the world.

Jules Verne's diligence is impressive in scale - sixty three novels and two collections of stories and tales published in 97 books. In its entirety - about a thousand printed sheets or eighteen thousand book pages! A new hero came in literature together with the new novel - a knight of science, an unselfish scientist, who is ready to go for any sacrifice , for the sake of realizing great hopes to perform a feat in the name of his creative ideas.

By edition and number of translations, Jules Verne is still one of the most beloved popular writers. In different countries, there are more and more new editions of works, plays, films, series based on stories "Voyages extraordinaires".

The library offers: virtual exhibition "Jules Verne's Heroes".


Calendar of significant and memorable dates. January 29th

Battle of Kruty -a battle that took place on January 16 (29), 1918, at the Kruty railway station near the village of Kruty and near the village Pamyatne, 130 kilometers north-east of Kiev, 18 kilometers east of Nizhyn.

This battle lasted 5 hours between the 4,000-strong Bolshevik Mikhail Muravev Army and a detachment of students from Kiev and free Cossacks, which in total numbered several hundred soldiers. This event in the history of the formation of the Ukrainian state has shown patriotism and sacrifice of its citizens.

The library offers: a reference list of literature "Heroic of the tragedy of the Kruty".

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New revenues. The works of the lecturers of the ChNUT

A new monograph by the Doctor of Technology, Professor, chief of the t machine design Departmen of the ChNUT Oleh Ivanovych Pylypenko was published.

Pilipenko, O. I. (2017). Tsepnye peredachi i privody : monografiya [Chain transmissions and drives]. Chernihiv: Desna.

The monograph introduces a new concept of automated synthesis of chain transmissions and drives with practically any number of masses (sprockets) - from the creation of the theoretical foundations of new methods of calculation, design and modeling considering the dynamic processes that are actually taking place during their operation, the use of new progressive materials, technologies and equipment for their implementation - to the serial development of industry chain drives, equipped with new parts.

libraries that are interested in can contact lib.complekt@gmail.com and get a free copy.


Calendar of significant and memorable dates. January 25th

The 25th of January marked the 80th birth anniversary of the Volodymyr Vysotskyi.

Volodymyr Semenovych Vysotskyi is an actor of theater and cinema, a poet, composer and a performer of his songs. He was an idol of millions and still has his voice, his songs continue to live. The literature from our library, which is presented in the video "Lived as Sung" will help you to find out more about Volodymyr Vysotskyi. Here you will find texts of famous songs, interesting facts from Vysotskyi's life, get acquainted with memories of people who knew him closely and represent his reliable portrait - an artist, a poet, a singer, a person, a citizen. We invite to the library!


The Ukrainian Unity Day

The Day of January 22, 1919 entered the national calendar as a major public holiday - the Ukrainian Unity Day.

It was the day when on the square in front of Kiev Sophia there was an event that a generation of Ukrainian patriots dreamed about: the unity of the Ukrainian People's Republic and the Western-Ukrainian People's Republic was solemnly proclaimed in the freedom-loving assembly.

To this outstanding event, the Scientific Library of the ChNUT proposes to review the editions in which the problems of unity have been studied, the preconditions and factors of the unification process have been determined, the development of state-building ideas is traced, ways of building a Unitarian Ukraine under contemporary conditions are considered in:


The Feast of the Nativity of Christ

The staff of the Scientific Library of Chernihiv National University of Technology congratulates everyone on a wonderful and bright holiday - the Nativity of Christ!

At this holiday, we would like to wish peace and calmness in every house, goodness, understandance, wealth, love, happiness, sanity, successes, more joy, good health and all the benefits! Let all expectations be justified and the most cherished dreams come true!

The library offers: a thematic review of literature "Christmas holidays in Ukraine".


Virtual exhibition of photo works "My Crimea"

The Department of Social and Humanitarian disciplines, "Haudeamus" creative studio, together with the Scientific Library of the ChNUT, invites students, lecturers and staff to take part in the virtual photo exhibition "My Crimea" within the framework of the implementation of measures for the preparation and holding of the general patriotic action "My Crimea".

Please, send photos to bib.zal2@gmail.com


New revenues. The works of the lecturers of the ChNUT

Scarlet, S. M., Savchenko, V. F., Melnyk, A. I. Et al. (2017). Eurointegration vector of Ukraine: the direction of socio-economic development [Yevrointehratsiinyi vektor Ukrainy: spriamuvannia sotsialno-ekonomichnoho rozvytku]. V. F. Savchenko, T. L. Shestakovskyi (Eds.). Chernihiv: ChNUT.

The monograph examines the problems of socio-economic development of Ukraine at the present stage in the context of European integration processes, which are decisive in the state. Particular attention is paid to investing in innovative development, the impact of globalization processes on the state's economy, the use of international experience of regionalism, the development of industries, corporations and entrepreneurship, the state and prospects of the social sphere. Proposals for a comprehensive overcoming of problems are provided and grounded.


The Scientific Library invites to the opening of an art exhibition

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Andriy Sagaydachny was born on July 14, 1991 in Chernihiv. Since Andriy was a little boy he was attracted to art. Already from 12 years he was enthusiastically attending Chernihiv Art School and was a student of V.A. Natalushko, then L. Gulchak in the watercolor studio. At the end of high school number 29 in 2008, Andriy entered the higher educational institution, at Chernihiv National Pedagogical University, at the Faculty of Primary Education and Fine Arts. At the university, Andriy met many of his followers, they often painted in a studio and went to the open air. There was more than once that Andriy stayed in the studio tonight, sharpening his technique. Mentors and an example for imitation at the University for Andriy were: Yemets V.V., Mykhailyuk V.V., Morsky D. D., Matveitseva G.

The works of Volodymyr Kravchenko not only reflect the world around us, but also surprise art connoisseurs with their unordinary character, often applying improvisation in them in portraits and still lives. Volodymyr Kravchenko was born in Chernihiv on June 21, 1988. In 2004 he graduated from Chernihiv Children's Art School, was a student of Krip then Chernigov National Taras Shevchenko Pedagogical University, specializing in Primary Eduction and Fine Arts. He studied painting from well-known Chernihiv artists: E. Krip, V. Mikhailyuk, G. Matveytsova, L. Koydan. Young non-standard artist is constantly in creative search, works in different genres, tests various techniques, styles, experiments, Volodymyr Kravchenko is a supporter of so-called open painting.


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