Geologists reveal anoxia caused loss in biodiversity in ancient seas15.10.19
Kaido Kikkas, lecturer of the IT College, elected as Estonia's Lecturer of the Year10.10.19
Final Report: TalTech's investigation committee did not detect any fraud at the R. Nurkse Department09.10.19
Nurkse crisis timeline07.10.19
Public lecture – Water: Soft in Nature, Hard in Science07.10.19
The cooperation of five countries will bring an interactive mineral exhibition to Tallinn02.10.19
Participate in Circular Economy Hackathon01.10.19
On Saturday, 5 October, at the Teacher of the Year gala ‘Eestimaa õpib ja tänab’ (‘Estonia learns and gives thanks’), Kaido Kikkas, lecturer of the IT College of TalTech, was awarded the title of Lecturer of the Year.
Final Report: TalTech's investigation committee did not detect any fraud at the R. Nurkse Department
The committee formed to investigate the incident that took place at R. Nurkse Department of Tallinn University of Technology (TalTech) established violation of the...
The powers of TalTech’s new Senate came into force on 1 September. At the same time, the institution, previously called the Council, is now called the Senate.
According to a recent study of job expectations and employer reputation, Tallinn University of Technology (TalTech) is the one technology students are interested in.The...
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.
An interactive exhibition ‘Minerals-superstars! From underground to home’ will open in Tallinn thanks to the cooperation of universities and research institutions...
Datel AS and Tallinn University of Technology (TalTech) have entered into an agreement for the development of image-processing and ground-based software for student...
MEC Insenerilahendused OÜ, Hyrles, and TalTech teamed up to develop the prototype of an unmanned automatic ship.
TalTech University and NIDA, the National University of Development Administration, Bangkok, Thailand, have established a wide-reaching, future-focused cooperation...
TalTech civil engineers have developed a theoretical design method that allows more secure and cost-efficient construction of timber structures
For the last four years, the Structural Engineering Research Group of Tallinn University of Technology, with support from personal research funding (PUT, i.e. state funding for high level research projects), has analysed fire resistance of timber structures, by taking into account the effect of different insulation materials used in construction.
As suitable for a digital university, the virtual tour at the TalTech campus is conducted by a virtual guide, who directs the visitor with questions and encourages to...