Rector Jaak Aaviksoo to the graduates: make the world a better place - mente et manu!

Tallinn University of Technology – with its fresh international short name TalTech – is pleased to reach an important milestone with you. I hope that, in addition to rich knowledge and skills you acquired from the University, you take along the attitude to make the world a better place using our motto mente et manu.

Rector Jaak Aaviksoo to the graduates: make the world a better place - mente et manu!

TalTech and Aalto Universities receive a 32 Million Euros Teaming Grant to build a Smart and Sustainable Talsinki as a Prototype for Europe and the World

The Ragnar Nurkse Department of Innovation Governance of Tallinn University of Technology (TalTech) has received, together with Aalto University, Forum Virum Helsinki and the Estonian Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications, a thumbs up from the European Commission for the Finest Twin Teaming Project.

TalTech and Aalto Universities receive a 32 Million Euros Teaming Grant to build a Smart and Sustainable Talsinki as a Prototype for Europe and the World

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 collaboration with the university.

TalTech laboratories promote the digitalisation of industry

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

A leap into the 21st century: physics education in TalTech will partly move to smart devices

In late May, the Institute of Cybernetics opened an upgraded physics lab where smart devices and computers are used for controlling testing equipment, making...

A leap into the 21st century: physics education in TalTech will partly move to smart devices

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