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).

Centre for Asia-Pacific Studies has been awarded a grant for the NATO’s multi-year Science for Peace and Security Project

TUT is approaching the world’s top hundred universities

Tallinn University of Technology holds the 138th place in the worldwide overall university rankings.

TUT is approaching the world’s top hundred universities

Estonia’s first professor of e-governance: “Technology is transforming the democratic process”

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.

Estonia’s first professor of e-governance: “Technology is transforming the democratic process”

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