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Here, in California, he worked as Math Instructor also at City College of San Francisco, College of Marin (still working in both), Skyline College, San Jose City College, Vista College (still working), and Notre Dame de Namur University. Overseas, he worked full-time at Kharkov StateTechnical University (as Assistant, then Associate Professor). Eugene also worked full-time as Software Group Leader at Gas Control Systems, Enterprise (Kharkov, Ukraine).Eugene has a son, named Artem, who is a junior at UC Davis, with major in Computer Sciences. Eugene published in Russian a book "Encyclopedia of English Verb Forms: Rules & Exceptions"(which corresponds to his hobby) describing all (!?) English verbs with non-standard grammatical paradigm. His book lists 1209 irregular English verbs, with 297 of them being monomorphemic, which exceeds the corresponding figures given in "The Guinness Book of Records". The Library of Congress, the British Library, libraries of Stanford University, UC Berkeley, University College London, Cambridge University, Boston College, and many others have acquired "Encyclopedia" by Eugene.
During his spare time (which appears rather rarely), Eugene tries to find more English verbs that may have non-standard inflections and works over the second, English edition of his "Encyclopedia". If you know a rare, not widely known irregular English verb (mentioned by at least one dictionary), please tell Eugene about it, and he will include it into his lists and tables. But he has some doubt about this: everything has been already included! Eugene enjoys communicating with his son and also likes traveling (please do not mix with driving to and fro numerous colleges!). A year ago, he spent two weeks in London, where he made almost 700 pictures and visited the Editorial Board of "The Guinness Book of Records", where demonstrated his "Encyclopedia" for establishing a new record.
This semester Eugene is teaching Intermediate Algebra (Math C; room MT-07; Saturday, 9am-1:15pm class). He meets his students during his office hours just after class periods, at the same room or at the Associate Faculty Center in the Main Building. To effectively communicate with students, Eugene uses e-mailing (his e-mail address for students is firstname.lastname@example.org). He always tries to reply to all messages from students.
Another picture of Eugene.
Fall 2004 classes included Intermediate Algebra.
Spring 2004 classes included Intermediate Algebra.
Fall 2003 classes included Intermediate Algebra.
Fall 2002 classes included Elementary Algebra and Intermediate Algebra.
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