The Estonian Government approved the prize winners of National Science Awards this year.
The Scientific Committee of the University Council named its best of the past year at its meeting on February 8.
Laser scanning is becoming an essential part of modern mapping technology. Laser scanning is a remote sensing method, which utilizes leaser beams for gathering spatial...
Recently a researcher at the TTÜ Department of Cybernetics Martin Lints defended his doctoral thesis "Optimised Signal Processing for Nonlinear Ultrasonic Nondestructive...
Recently Silja Märdla defended her doctoral thesis "Regional geoid modelling by the least squares modified Hotine formula using gridded gravity disturbances" at the Department of Civil Engineering and Architecture of the School of Engineering.
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...
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 November 13th 2017, Jan Johan (John) Karst took up the Quality Manager position at Tallinn University of Technology because he loves improving and organizing matters more effectively and efficiently.
A TTÜ doctoral thesis improves applications of laser scanning technology for engineering structure surveys
Recently Tarvo Mill defended his doctoral thesis "Application of Terrestrial Laser Scanning Technology for Engineering Structure Surveys" at TTÜ Department of Civil...
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.