Four TTÜ reseachers received National Science Awards14.02.18
Best of the best in TTÜ science in 201713.02.18
Tauno Tuisk appointed as Director for Finances of Tallinn University of Technology12.02.18
TTÜ doctoral thesis contributes to the development of mobile mapping system08.02.18
Cybersecurity Competence Centre Signs Cooperation Agreement with Estonian Government23.01.18
The game CyberSec Stories 1st Edition has arrived!23.01.18
A TTÜ scientist found a new method for testing materials of the future17.01.18
The Estonian Government approved the prize winners of National Science Awards this year.
Estonia sets an example in the information technology. What could be learnt from this Baltic country?
Professor Robert Krimmer, TTÜ Ragnar Nurkse Department of Innovation and Governance was interviewed by T3N magazine.
TTÜ Estonian Maritime Academy centres in Kuressaare received a new common name: Centre for Blue Economy
"The new name will not change our previous plans, and teaching and R&D will continue in the same direction. The maritime economy is a system which includes, among...
New lab of industrial computed tomography was introduced at Institute of Technology (Estonian University of Life Sciences) in Tartu on 9th November 2017. The lab is a...
The Estonian scientists who resolved the great mystery of the 17th century were among the most watched scientific videos
The research with major portion performed at TTÜ professor Hillar Aben's lab, explored the greatest mystery of the 17th century – the phenomenon of Prince Rupert's drops.
On October 11 at 10:00 AM in Tallinn University of Technoogy, Jason Palmer gave an open lecture How the Science Media Work, and How To Work With Them.
Open data and e-governance can create new possibilities for political participation as well as inclusive government services, says Robert Krimmer, Professor in the Ragnar Nurkse Department of Innovation and Governance at Tallinn Tech.
NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence (CCDCOE) and Tallinn University of Technology (TalTech) have signed an agreement to strengthen strategic cooperation...
On October 24-25, Tallinn University of Technology hosted an international conference Manufuture 2017 – Moving up the Value Chain with over 600 key persons from industry and science and politics across Europe to outline the future of European industry and identify priority technology trends for the period from 2020 to 2022.
On October 10, European Centre for Economic, Academic & Cultural Diplomacy (CIDIC) held a conference Digital Society and Big Data in Tallinn University of Technology...