TalTech is exporting the idea of e-state to Kazakhstan

This week, TalTech and advanced Estonian companies will introduce in Kazakhstan their experience in digitalisation and the impact of the e-state on the economy and society in general. On 12 March, an international forum will take place on the initiative of Estonians in the capital of Kazakhstan, Astana, called ‘Digitisation: the Estonian experience’, where the Kazak public sector and representatives of companies will discuss the impact of the e-state and digital solutions on economic development and the use of Estonia’s success story in the programme ‘Digital Kazakhstan’.

TalTech is exporting the idea of e-state to Kazakhstan

The Architecture Programme Manager of TalTech and his team won the architecture competition for the new Viljandi hospital

Jaan Kuusemets, the Architecture Programme Manager of TalTech, was one of the winners of the architectural competition for the new hospital and health centre in Viljandi....

The Architecture Programme Manager of TalTech and his team won the architecture competition for the new Viljandi hospital

TalTech and EuroTech formed a consortium for the European Universities Initiative

One of the most influential network of universities of technology Eurotech in cooperation with TalTech (Tallinn University of Technology) and Czech Technical University in Prague has set in motion their common ambition to reform engineering study programmes in Europe, in order to advance the competitiveness and protection of the European values in engineering.

TalTech and EuroTech formed a consortium for the European Universities Initiative

Nominee for Marketing Team of the Year: TalTech

Marketing Team of the Year 2018 will be announced at the Password conference. The Marketing Team of the Year is selected on the basis of a survey conducted among marketing agencies.

Nominee for Marketing Team of the Year: TalTech

Aaditya Parashar: the ethics of self-driving are a complicated subject

Aaditya Parashar is a student of TalTech since 2016, originally from India. He is passionate about technology, he studied Informatics in High School, and have always...

Aaditya Parashar: the ethics of self-driving are a complicated subject

Scientists study fish to learn how to adapt to the impacts of climate change

Freshwater biodiversity is rapidly declining worldwide, and nature-based solutions which increase the resilience of ecological communities are becoming increasingly...

Scientists study fish to learn how to adapt to the impacts of climate change

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