This Hungarian professor from Transcarpathia gives online classes from the front!
Source: Facebook/Andriana Retiznyk
A Transcarpathian-Hungarian professor at the Uzhhorod National University joined the Ukrainian Territorial Defence Unit after the outbreak of the Russian-Ukrainian war. Since then, he has been giving online lessons from the trenches to his students.
Classes from the trenches
In the conflict-affected region of eastern Ukraine, Sándor Fegyir, a professor of Fundamentals of Tourism at the National University of Uzhhorod, gives lectures in the trenches between two garrisons to his students. The video was shared by Viktor Shchadei on his social media page.
“Just as in peacetime, Sándor is doing his job with unstinting energy. He keeps in touch with Transcarpathian volunteers who help the army, or, as he is doing now, he gives lectures to students,”
wrote Shchadei, who has run to be mayor of Uzhhorod several times in recent years and is currently serving with the tourism specialist professor on the frontline in eastern Ukraine, as Kárpátaljai Igaz Szó reported.
According to Kárpátaljai Igaz Szó, the topic of Viktor Troski’s talk at the External Members’ Forum would have been “Quadratic φ-SubGaussian Random Values and Processes”. The forum was held at the 195th General Assembly of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, and Troski was awarded the János Arany Young Researcher Prize.
But the Transcarpathian Mathematician was unable to travel to the Budapest event because of the war.
However, he sent a short video in which, with the sound of rockets firing in the background, he briefly described his research and said he hoped to present his findings in person at the Academy after this past period of pandemic and war.
He is fighting for the regime who segregates him. What a donkey. LOL