Participants of European Physics Olympiad 2017 were greeted by President Kersti Kaljulaid23.05.17
TTÜ doctoral thesis investigated the creation of shared service centres for public sector...23.05.17
IHEE delegation from France visited TTÜ17.05.17
Scientists solve 400-year-old mystery of Prince Rupert's drops15.05.17
Slovak Deputy Prime Minister visited TTÜ11.05.17
TTÜ scientists are participating in the green chemistry GREENOMIcS network09.05.17
"Interdisciplinary Cyber Research 2017” workshop08.05.17
Hillar Aben, a professor at Tallinn University of Technology, helped to finally answer a question that has stumped scientists since the early 1600s: Why are the heads of tadpole-shaped pieces of glass called "Prince Rupert's drops" so strong?
On May 18, a high-level French delegation from IHEE (l'Institut des Hautes Etudes de l'Entreprise) visited Tallinn University of Technology. The central research focus of...
Estonia was hosting the first European Physics Olympiad. The closing ceremony was in TTÜ at Mektory large hall.
TTÜ scientists research green chemistry to save the environment from Baltic Sea to Mediterranean.
On July 8, there is “Interdisciplinary Cyber Research 2017” workshop (ICR2017) at Tallinn University of Technology.
On February 28, the producer of delivery robots Starship Technologies and Tallinn University of Technology formalised their mutual interest in technology by concluding an...
The third kick-off of the Springboard project took place from 16.-17.03.2017 in Tehnopol Incubator in Tallinn, organized together with the Department of Business...
TTÜ coordinates creation of an innovative European Training Network RESCUE to take on interdependent challenges of reliability, security and quality in nanoelectronic systems
Nanoelectronic systems containing both hardware and embedded software components are being combined today into Internet-of-things (IoT) and cyber-physical systems and, ultimately, represent the physical backbone of our increasingly digitised world.
On 13–15 March in Brussels, the Estonian team won the 3rd prize in the "European Big Data Hackathon", organised by the European Commission statistical office...
Recently an article "Oxidative degradation of emerging micropollutant acesulfame in aqueous matrices by UVA-induced H2O2/Fe2+ and S2O82-/Fe2+ processes" on the research of a group of TTÜ scientists was published in a prestigious peer reviewed journal Chemosphere.
Photo Gallery of the picnic on Nõmme pedestrian bridge on May 1 of Tallinn University of Technology, where the scientists of TTÜ performed science tests, the band...
Locked Shields exercise is the largest and most complex international live-fire cyber defence exercise, organised by the NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence since 2010. This year the event was organised in cooperation with the Estonian Defence Forces, the Finnish Defence Forces, the Swedish Defence University, the British Army, the United States European Command, Air Operations COE and Tallinn University of Technology.
TTÜ in cooperation with the Estonian Employers' Confederation held a career information fair for international students
TTÜ Recruitment Café took place on April 17, 2017 in the Student House. Employers had an opportunity to interview international students interested in jobs or...
Rector of Tallinn University of Technology (TTÜ) Academician Jaak Aaviksoo and Chairman of the Management Board of the Information Technology Foundation for Education...