Tallinn University of Technology

TalTech Sustainable Futures 2024

At the event, student teams of various courses who have joined EuroTeQ Collider will present their projects.

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The main theme is "Enhance Connections for Sustainable Futures" in which the sub-themes are: people, nature, technology. Each student team defines and selects, based on the content and result of their project/challenge, one category with which they are most associated. For this the category descriptions may help:

  • People: e.g. strengthening and empowering communities, connecting people's needs and desires with the help of technology (including e.g. digital solutions) in various fields such as well-being, health, culture, etc. 
  • Nature: e.g. mindful connections with nature, considering our environmental resources and the connection of living organisms with the environment: interactions in the ecosystem, ensuring biodiversity and nature conservation, using renewable energy, etc.
  • Technology: e.g. effective connections through technology both digitally and physically in different areas such as information technology, logistics, transport, manufacturing, communication, etc.​​​​​


  • Team size of 3-6 students
  • TwoPager introducing the team's project
  • Evaluation criteria (not mandatory, but rather a helpful and context-creating aid)
  • Pitch 3-5 minutes


  • 3.05 registration for pitch practice and TalTech Sustainable Futures competition (registration link will be coming in April)
  • 13.05 TwoPager submission
  • 16.05 (by 12.00 pm) presentations submission

Pitch practice seminar

  • 10th of May, Friday 10.00-12.30, SOC-213
  • Mayri Tiido, founder of Materialivoog.ee and pitch trainer
  • An overview of the nature and main components of a presentation speech (pitch) will be given. A pitch presentation is practised to get valuable feedback from the seminar leader and other students.