A study carried out by TTÜ scientists investigated the links between work arrangements and tiredness of R&D employees

A study on the working arrangements of research and development (R&D) employees was completed under the leadership of the economists and medical researchers of Tallinn University of Technology. The study was based on a survey carried out among 153 creative R&D employees − engineers, scientists, product and IT developers. The total of 11 employers (private and public R&D companies, banks, technology and IT companies) were covered by the study.

A study carried out by TTÜ scientists investigated the links between work arrangements and tiredness of R&D employees

A TTÜ research project investigated the links between work arrangements and sleep of R&D employees

A study on the working arrangements of research and development (R&D) employees was completed under the leadership of the economists and medical researchers of...

A TTÜ research project investigated the links between work arrangements and sleep of R&D employees

A TTÜ research group sought an answer to the question "Does flexible work make R&D employees happier?"

A study on the working arrangements of research and development (R&D) employees was completed under the leadership of the scientists of Tallinn University of...

A TTÜ research group sought an answer to the question

TTÜ doctoral thesis: energy consumption of wooden rural houses can be reduced four times by smart renovation

A PhD student of the Nealy Zero Energy Buildings Research Group of the Department of Civil Engineering and Architecture at TTÜ School of Engineering Üllar Alev defended...

TTÜ doctoral thesis: energy consumption of wooden rural houses can be reduced four times by smart renovation

TTÜ doctoral thesis: the performance of ventilation must be improved and the building envelopes must be additionally insulated to extend the service life of ageing concrete large-panel apartment buildings

A PhD student at the Department of Civil Engineering and Architecture of TTÜ School of Engineering Simo Ilomets will defend his doctoral thesis "Renovation Need and Performance of Envelopes of Concrete Apartment Buildings in Estonia" on 28 June.

TTÜ doctoral thesis: the performance of ventilation must be improved and the building envelopes must be additionally insulated to extend the service life of ageing concrete large-panel apartment buildings

A research carried out in collaboration with the scientists of Tallinn University of Technology is close to a breakthrough in the treatment of Parkinson's disease

The research group of mechanisms of neuronal death and survival at the TTÜ Department of Chemistry and Biotechnology led by Associate Professor Urmas Arumäe has, with...

A research carried out in collaboration with the scientists of Tallinn University of Technology is close to a breakthrough in the treatment of Parkinson's disease

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