TalTech is the first university in Estonia to launch a virtual tour with a digital guide21.02.19
Reducing floods in urban areas ensures a cleaner Baltic Sea20.02.19
Professor Irina Hussainova received a State Research Award19.02.19
TalTech Master’s Thesis: cash is full of germs19.02.19
70 students work-shadowed in Ülemiste City19.02.19
TalTech best in Science in 201815.02.19
TalTech Alumnus Jaan Kekišev: the contact network built during your university years is invaluable!13.02.19
Scientists of Tallinn University of Technology developed a method that allows removal of antibiotic residue from waste water
In February the article "Metal-doped organic aerogels for photocatalytic degradation of trimethoprim" written by the researchers of two research groups (nanoporous materials and environmental technology research groups) of Tallinn University of Technology was published in the high-impact peer-reviewed professional journal Chemical Engineering Journal.
TalTech presented the Iseauto in Brussels to the European Commission and potential partners from industry and universities
Tallinn University of Technology (TalTech) presented TalTech Iseauto, a smart city project and the future of autonomous vehicles to the European Commission and Parliament...
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 click on more interesting sites. Such tour is unique not only in Estonia, but also worldwide.
On 14 February, 70 IT, HR, and Finance students from TalTech and the Estonian Entrepreneurship University of Applied Sciences Mainor work-shadowed in 15 different...
The project ‘Protecting Baltic Sea from untreated wastewater spillages during flood events in urban areas’ (NOAH) was selected from 114 applications for co-financing...
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.
Raivo Sell, a researcher of the TalTech School of Engineering and the project manager of Iseauto, confirms the plan to participate in the procurement of the City of...
On December 20, Telia, TalTech, and Ericsson open Estonia’s first 5G network.
Scientists from five European countries have joined forces to develop next-generation 'chemical noses' to remove industrial pollutants from the environment.
On November 22, Tallinn University of Technology (TalTech) presented a student satellite. At the same time, Rector Jaak Aaviksoo and Marco Marian, CEO of SAB Aerospace, an aviation and space transportation company, signed a cooperation agreement for integrating the TalTech nano-satellite to a space shuttle and sending it to the orbit.
The TalTech Cup is an athletic and entertaining event, in which all TalTech students, faculty, employees, and alumni are invited to participate. The Cup is held to bring...
In the summer of 2018 TalTech and Telia Estonia Ltd deployed a test network for the internet of things (IoT) at the campus of the technical university and now the...