Building scientists explain why we suffer from too dry indoor air in winter01.04.20
Why the pandemic may pave the way for online voting?01.04.20
Accept the #AIchallenge30.03.20
How to operate and use building services in order to prevent the spread of the coronavirus disease...19.03.20
TalTech Board Approved the Candidates for the Rector's Elections16.03.20
Rector's Note to TalTech Students12.03.20
Students of the School of Business and Governance were successful in the CFA Reasearch Challenge12.03.20
Updates of March 26 are marked in blue. On 12 March 2020, late at night the Government declared a national emergency situation. For Tallinn University of Technology, this means that starting from 16 March 2020 studies should organised through e-channels and distance learning. The emergency situation is in effect through May 1. The Government of the Republic assesses continuously the situation and may issue new instructions every two weeks. Please read about the restrictions established due to the emergency declared by the Government.
Covid-19 is a democratic time bomb. Is electronic voting the answer?This article was originally published on Apolitical.
Today, the second week begins, where, due to the emergency situation caused by the coronavirus outbreak, we have significant restrictions on studies – classroom sessions have been suspended and mostly replaced by e-learning.
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As of September 17, Tallinn University of Technology will adopt a new short name TalTech, replacing the previous abbreviations such as TTÜ, TUT and TTU.
This page summarises the timeline of the developments at the Ragnar Nurkse Department. The timeline is being updated continuously.
A recent study carried out by an international group of building scientists showed that Estonia is among the countries with the most energy efficient buildings in Europe.
Catch Up: The Smart City Centre of Excellence with a budget of 32 million begins: From 2021, knowledge-based solutions will be tested in Estonian cities
On 16 December, TalTech’s Smart City Centre of Excellence FINEST TWINS with a starting budget of 32 million euros will be launched with the aim of making Estonian...
MEC Insenerilahendused OÜ, Hyrles, and TalTech teamed up to develop the prototype of an unmanned automatic ship.
According to the latest statistics from the Tax and Customs Board, 65% of the foreign students of the School of Information Technologies of the Tallinn University of...
Paleoecologists say that conservation of biodiversity is like an insurance policy for the future of mankind
Fens and bogs are valuable research environments for paleoecologists due to ancient fossils that have survived in the peatland for thousands of years.
At the 102nd anniversary ceremony of the Republic of Estonia, TalTech honoured the best researchers, lecturers, programme directors, support staff of 2019 and named the...
As suitable for a digital university, the virtual tour at the TalTech campus is conducted by a virtual guide, who directs the visitor with questions and encourages to...