Leading timber engineers from around the world gather in Tallinn15.08.18
Self-driving car first time in public10.08.18
International Symposium on Abduction and Diagrams02.08.18
First ever ERC Starting Grant at Ragnar Nurkse Department of Innovation and Governance and Tallinn...30.07.18
Maria Alajõe to head Estonian Research Council's Brussels R&D liaison Office30.07.18
In Memoriam - Enn Mellikov25.07.18
The fourth yearbook of oil shale industry of Estonia was released04.07.18
The cooperation between Tallinn University of Technology and Silberauto, which started a year ago, has reached an important milestone in the development of Estonia's first self-driving car.
TTÜ students participated in the third edition of the European Youth Event in Strasbourg on 1-2 June 2018.
First ever ERC Starting Grant at Ragnar Nurkse Department of Innovation and Governance and Tallinn University of Technology
Vasilis Kostakis, Senior Researcher at the TTÜ Ragnar Nurkse Department of Innovation and Governance received today the prestigious European Research Council (ERC) Starting Grant. Estonian Research Council has confirmed that this year Tallinn University of Technology is the only ERC Starting Grant nominee in Estonia.
Erasmus+ international training week at Tallinn University of Technology focuses on lifelong learning
For the ninth time TTÜ organises an international Erasmus+ training week from May 7 to 10 for the employees of foreign universities under the leadership of the Mobility...
On July 23, 2018, Academician ENN MELLIKOV, the grand old man of solar energy, passed away.
May 30, 2018 - Latvian, Estonian and Lithuanian universities have officially established a CERN Baltic group to collaborate with the European Center for Nuclear Research (CERN).
On May 4, a professor of Tallinn University of Technology and the president of the Estonian Academy of Sciences, Tarmo Soomere, became the first Estonian to earn the...
TTÜ engineers: In nearly zero energy buildings in Estonia, special attention must be paid to window design
For the last two years TTÜ Nearly Zero Energy Buildings Research Group led by Professor Hendrik Voll (currently holding the position of TTÜ Vice-Rector for Academic Affairs), with support from personal research funding (PUT, i.e. funding for high level research projects), has been seeking solutions for daylight and solar shading for nearly zero energy buildings in cold climates.
The story of Tallinn University of Technology and how we would not have such a convenient and innovative e-Estonia without it.
The title TTÜ Research Article of the Year 2017 in the field of natural, exact and health sciences was awarded to the research article published on the initiative of the...
One of the important events of the TTÜ 100th anniversary year is the TalTechDigital Vision Conference, which will take place on September 20. The aim of the conference...