East Tallinn Central Hospital, in cooperation with TalTech, will start using virtual reality in rehabilitation

On June 20 at 12 p.m., East Tallinn Central Hospital (ETCH) and Tallinn University of Technology (TalTech) presented the use of virtual reality in treating patients in rehabilitation.

East Tallinn Central Hospital, in cooperation with TalTech, will start using virtual reality in rehabilitation

The nature-inspired materials developed by TalTech researchers can be used in applications ranging from tunneling to space

Optimal materials for cutting tools of tunnel boring machines (TBM) were developed in the recently finished three-year long project “Innovative polycrystalline diamond...

The nature-inspired materials developed by TalTech researchers can be used in applications ranging from tunneling to space

Student satellite sponsor Datel to contribute to development of image-processing software

Datel AS and Tallinn University of Technology (TalTech) have entered into an agreement for the development of image-processing and ground-based software for student...

Student satellite sponsor Datel to contribute to development of image-processing software

TalTech civil engineers have developed a theoretical design method that allows more secure and cost-efficient construction of timber structures

For the last four years, the Structural Engineering Research Group of Tallinn University of Technology, with support from personal research funding (PUT, i.e. state funding for high level research projects), has analysed fire resistance of timber structures, by taking into account the effect of different insulation materials used in construction.

TalTech civil engineers have developed a theoretical design method that allows more secure and cost-efficient construction of timber structures

Professor Anu Masso: e-residency contributes to the reproduction of digital inequalities

In a situation of rapid digitalisation of public and private sector services the methods for digital identity verification and authentication are also becoming...

Professor Anu Masso: e-residency contributes to the reproduction of digital inequalities

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