A doctoral thesis defended at TUT explains how predator-prey relationships between mixotrophic...26.09.16
Indian Minister of Law & Justice and IT supports cooperation in IT and technology15.09.16
A novel digital computer chip designed by TUT's scientists and students15.09.16
Photo gallery: A cabinet meeting held by the Government of the Republic at Tallinn University of...14.09.16
Director General of the European Space Agency Wörner will give a public lecture on September 15th07.09.16
The scientists of Tallinn University of Technology investigate the impact of human induced...06.09.16
Professor Staehr in "Le Monde" about growth slowdown in the Baltic States05.09.16
Architects work in collaboration, across disciplines and through experiment. The invited architects and guests of different disciplines reflect about individual experiences – the ”Making of”.
Ravi Shankar Prasad, the Indian Minister of Law & Justice and IT, visited TUT on Tuesday, September 13, in order to discuss cooperation between the two countries regarding higher education and information and communications technology (ICT). The foundation for future fields of cooperation was agreed upon during a video conference held with Indian universities at TUT Mektory. The minister also met with Jaak Aaviksoo, an academician and Rector of TUT, with whom an agreement was made to strengthen cooperation regarding the learning mobility of researchers.
Photo gallery: A cabinet meeting held by the Government of the Republic at Tallinn University of Technology
On 13 September, the Government of the Republic held an extraordinary cabinet meeting at Tallinn University of Technology, where one of the main topics discussed was use of European Structural and Investment Funds in 2014-2020.
A record number of students participated in Orientation Days from 31 August – 1 September.
2159 applications for studying at Tallinn University of Technology were submitted this year by foreign students
A total of 2159 applications for studying at Tallinn University of Technology (TUT) from abroad were submitted this year, the university will open its doors to 500 new...
Scientists predict big things for the tiny CubeSat: ‘a satellite in a shoe box’
According to a recent survey among the international students of Tallinn University of Technology (TUT), more than half of the respondents are planning to find employment...
During yesterday’s Job Shadowing Day and the coming weeks, the Estonian Employers’ Confederation and Tallinn University of Technology (TUT) will be sending 24 international students to get to know Estonian companies. Ten leading Estonian companies will be participating in the project.
On 10 July, the Innovation and Business Centre Mektory of the Tallinn University of Technology was visited by a 7-member delegation of the Mitsubishi Group. Mitsubishi...
Tallinn University of Technology (TUT) opened Korean King Sejong Institute in Tallinn to promote Korean language, culture and business contacts in whole Nordic region.
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...
President of Microsoft International Jean-Philippe Courtois: Estonian universities should train more young engineers
A top-level executive of Microsoft Jean-Philippe Courtois, President of Microsoft International (a sales and services unit covering 110 countries), paid a visit to Tallinn University of Technology (TUT) on June 7.
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...
In September, Robotex is distributing 100 Edison robots to Estonian school children. The robots allow children to take part of the largest robotics competition in Europe...