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 (PDC) drag bit for soft ground tunnel boring machines” by TalTech materials scientists from the tribology and recycling group.

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

TalTech laboratories promote the digitalisation of industry

Tallinn University of Technology (TalTech) and Enterprise Estonia help to boost the efficiency of the industrial sector by finding solutions for digitalising industry in...

TalTech laboratories promote the digitalisation of industry

The Flower Scholarship ̶ the first student-to-student scholarship of TalTech

In spring 2019 the Student Council of TalTech School of Business Governance initiated a scholarship campaign that invites the graduates’ families, friends and relatives...

The Flower Scholarship  ̶  the first student-to-student scholarship of TalTech

TalTech students received nearly 50,000 euros worth of scholarships

At the end of May, the TalTech Development Fund awarded 50,000 euros worth of scholarships to 32 students. Since its establishment, the fund has awarded 2.1 million euros worth of scholarships in total.

TalTech students received nearly 50,000 euros worth of scholarships

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

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