The paleoecologists of Tallinn University of Technology evaluate global climate models11.12.18
Two new members of the Estonian Academy of Sciences were elected from TalTech10.12.18
Announcement of the 2018 Development Competition of Tallinn University of Technology10.12.18
TalTech provided 95 percent of its lifts with audio support06.12.18
TalTech revealed the results for IoT network testing03.12.18
Cyber Hygiene Behaviour Needs Development and Better Advising29.11.18
TalTech demonstrates technological excellence at Robotex28.11.18
On November 22, Tallinn University of Technology (TalTech) presented a student satellite. At the same time, Rector Jaak Aaviksoo and Marco Marian, CEO of SAB Aerospace, an aviation and space transportation company, signed a cooperation agreement for integrating the TalTech nano-satellite to a space shuttle and sending it to the orbit.
Rector's Order No. 1-9/176 of 6.12.2018 announced the Development Competition 2018 of Tallinn University of Technology.
Estonian Academy of Sciences elected two TalTech researchers – Jarek Kurnitski and Tiina Randma-Liiv – among others, to the seven vacant academician positions.
On 27.11.2018, Mrs Tatiana Benavides, Administrator of the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) and Swiss Space Center (SSC) will visit TalTech for the progress meeting of the students’ IGLUNA demoproject for developing solutions for the habitat on Moon (www.spacecenter.ch/igluna/).
In the summer of 2018 TalTech and Telia Estonia Ltd deployed a test network for the internet of things (IoT) at the campus of the technical university and now the...
Raivo Sell, a researcher of the TalTech School of Engineering and the project manager of Iseauto, confirms the plan to participate in the procurement of the City of...
An innovative solution was created for TalTech centenary that allows the transfer of staff cards and access cards for passage to buildings into smartphones.
Cultural and creative industries (CCI) play an important role for intelligent and sustainable growth in the Baltic Sea Region (BSR) but until now they do not realise their full growth potential. Therefore a consortium of 14 partners under the lead of the German Goethe-Institute submitted in spring 2018 the application “Creative Ports” within the BSR Interreg Programme in order to foster growth and employment in the CCI sector of the BSR by enhancing the internationalisation of support organisations and enterprises. The “Creative Ports” application has been approved on 20.09.2018 by the...
The Supervisory Board of Mainor AS decided yesterday to award the first Ülo Pärnits scholarship to the TalTech student team, whose work focused on the creation of new...
As of September 17, Tallinn University of Technology will adopt a new short name TalTech, replacing the previous abbreviations such as TTÜ, TUT and TTU.
TalTech has for a long time made meaningful efforts and investments so that students with special needs would have better opportunities each year to acquire higher...
Formula Student Team Tallinn (FS Team Tallinn), the joint project of TalTech and Tallinn University of Applied Sciences, is taking on new dimensions. In addition to the electric vehicle, the only self-driving formula in the Baltic States FEST19-DV made by students will be also racing in spring.
The TalTech Cup is an athletic and entertaining event, in which all TalTech students, faculty, employees, and alumni are invited to participate. The Cup is held to bring...
The research group of Thomas Johann Seebeck Department of Electronics of Tallinn University of Technology (TalTech) received a patent for the invention of superfast...