TUT signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Beijing Institute of Technology29.10.14
Intensive course for TOEFL iBT28.10.14
Centre for Asia-Pacific Studies has been awarded a grant for the NATO’s multi-year Science for...20.10.14
Estonian Federation of the Blind acknowledges Tallinn University of Technology20.10.14
Winners of the Estonian Academy of Sciences’ 2014 student research competition20.10.14
CESAER General Assembly and Seminar in Tallinn University of Technology from October 15 until...15.10.14
The world’s largest producer of 3D printers buying TUT graduates’ start-up for 100 million...07.10.14
TUT scientist and member of the Estonian Academy of Sciences Tarmo Soomere was elected next President of the Estonian Academy of Sciences
The General Assembly of the Estonian Academy of Sciences elected Tarmo Soomere the President of the Estonian Academy of Sciences for the next five-year term.
The research laboratory of proactive technologies of the Tallinn University of Technology signed a cooperation agreement with a United States Army research organisation.
The technology of a wise street light fitting, developed at TUT, will be applied to use in Asian cities
The Estonian undertaking Cityntel, developing smart street lighting solutions, concluded a cooperation agreement with the cities of Kuala Lumpur and Putrajaya in Malaysia.
Centre for Asia-Pacific Studies has been awarded a grant for the NATO’s multi-year Science for Peace and Security Project
The TUT’s Centre for Asia-Pacific Studies, CAPS, is pleased to inform that NATO has awarded a grant for the Alliance’s multi-year Science for Peace and Security Project – “NATO Global Perceptions - Views from Asia-Pacific Region” – which the CAPS proposed in collaboration with the University of Canterbury (Christchurch, New Zealand) and the University of Toledo (OH, Toledo, United States).
Tallinn University of Technology holds the 138th place in the worldwide overall university rankings.
TUT’s newest professorship is in e-governance, a newer field already full of debate, as technologies such as e-voting have clearly begun to influence democracy.
On 16 September, the Estonian start-up GrabCAD and the world’s leading producer of 3D printers and printing solutions Stratasys signed a contract on buying...
Seventy four research papers were submitted to the student research competition announced by the Estonian Academy of Sciences in May 2014.
Formula Student Team Tallinn, the joint team of Tallinn University of Technology and TTK University of Applied Sciences became the overall winner in Italy in the competition of electric formula.
Student Oskar Poola had also the possibility to shake hands with Obama behind the stage and he promises that he will never forget this feeling.
Micro-organisms affect the characteristics of foodstuffs, for example, the taste of cheese.
The exhibition about Estonian energy industry is opened 22.04.14-20.12.16.
TUT scientists from the Department of Gene Technology were one of the six who received, alongside with researchers of world-famous universities, a one-year grant from a...