Dear Mr. Pichkalov,

On behalf of the IEEE Foundation and IEEE Life Members Committee, it is my pleasure to provide you with official notification that a grant has been approved from the IEEE Life Member Fund, in support of your project. Congratulations!

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Sincerely,
Louis Luceri
Chair of IEEE Life Members Committee

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Description:
In Ukraine people like to say: “If we have no History, we have no Future”. After more than 20 years of Ukrainian Independence History of Ukrainian Science is still unknown and not full open to the other World. Goals of this project are to show the History of Ukrainian science through Milestones to the World, help Ukrainian scientist join to world community as well as to revive the interest of young people in Science.