International conference on economic challenges hosted by TUT19.06.15
Financial Times: Estonia sees a bright future for oil shale12.06.15
Survey: Young people ranked TUT as the most preferred university in Estonia11.06.15
Investigating waves on a swampy sea02.06.15
Jaak Aaviksoo was elected Rector of Tallinn University of Technology25.05.15
Researchers’ Breakfast: privacy in the internet and dependable embedded systems15.05.15
African students having fun in TUT15.05.15
On 22 May, the Board of Governors of Tallinn University of Technology (TUT) elected academician Jaak Aaviksoo new Rector of the only university of technology in Estonia.
Now companies in Estonia, which for decades has relied on kerogen shale for the bulk of its energy needs, are seeking to persuade the world they have the keys to...
International experts: Tallinn University of Technology has reason to aspire to be among the top universities in the world
International accreditation assessment committees visited Tallinn University of Technology, TTK University of Applied Sciences and Lääne-Viru College this autumn.
The latest survey conducted by the market research company Turu-uuringute AS indicates that 72% of the school-leavers prefer Tallinn University of Technology (TUT) for continuing their studies; this is the highest figure among the Estonian universities.
On 12 May, African students celebrated Africa Day in the Tallinn University of Technology by introducing the colourful culture of their continent to the university.
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...
Karsten Staehr, professor of International and Public Finance, on fuel taxation.
In the appraisal of TUT senior research fellow Tõnn Talpsepp Estonia should also start issuing bonds.
On February a test center unique in the Baltic states for mobile applications – Smart Lab – was opened at TUT Mektory.
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...
On 16 of November, TUT Council elected a recognised Irish scientist Nicholas Gathergood Professor of the ERA Chair of Green Chemistry of the Department of Chemistry.
TUT Vice-Rector for Innovation and Internationalisation Tea Varrak participated in the 4th ASEM Rectors´ Conference (ARC4) held on 26-27.03 in Hangzhou, China.
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...