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

We celebrate the 99th anniversary of the University on September 18

The academic ceremony on the 99th anniversary of Tallinn University of Technology will be held on September 18 at 2 PM in the TTÜ Assembly Hall.

We celebrate the 99th anniversary of the University on September 18

Cooperation agreements signed with Hanyang University

On Friday, September 8, Tallinn University of Technology added one more University to the official partner list that already contains more than 500 universities around the world.

Cooperation agreements signed with Hanyang University

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

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