engineering and technology

Photo credit: Bob Osias/Unsplash
Power electronics play an important role in the green transition
Photo credit: Zuzana Kacerová/Unsplash
Doctoral thesis: modern construction technology is unsustainable
Photo credit: Unsplash, Vadim Babenko
New method allows future buildings to remain open during pandemic
Photo credit: Peter Fogden/Unsplash
Drone solution will help the victims of terrorist attacks
The little dot in the center is the Estonian satellite Hämarik. Photo credit: Dzmitry Kananovich/TalTech
A TalTech researcher took the first photos of the satellite Hämarik
Photo credit: Pixabay
3D printing of electrical machines is a cutting-edge research in TalTech
Photo credit: David Mark, Pixabay
A smart city needs smart pipelines
Photo credit: TalTech
TalTech researchers to develop a remote flood sensing service
Kaija Põhako-Esko, an associate professor of materials chemistry at the University of Tartu. Photo credit: Kaup Kikkas
Estonian researchers helped create a printable biodegradable supercapacitor
Photo credit: Skitterphoto
Digital twins compete for energy efficiency
Professor in Natural Language Processing Mark Fišel (on the left) and Pekka Myllylä, Managing Director of Tilde Eesti. Photos: University of Tartu
University of Tartu and Tilde take Estonian machine translation to a new level
TalTech's Tauno Otto (center) with the university's Smart Industry Centre's research group. Photo credit: TalTech.
TalTech to Take Part in CERN-Led Accelerator Innovation Project
Photo credit: Canva
40 top scientists call on the WHO to mandate new standards in order to combat airborne spread of viruses indoors
Photo credit: Canva
Estonian Team Set to Develop Microscale Fuel Cells to Power Small Devices
Photo credit: Tallinn University
Sustaining Technology Enhanced Learning Innovations in Teachers’ Classroom Practices
Photo credit: Unsplash, Dominik Scythe
Apocalypse-free robots
Employees of the University of Tartu Autonomous Driving Lab and Bolt representatives at the presentation of the lab’s test car running the Tallinn demo track. Photo credit: Mathis Bogens/Bolt
UT and Bolt expand collaboration to develop IT solutions for self-driving vehicles
Photo credit: Unsplash, Brian Yurasits
In the Future, Marine Pollution Could Be Monitored by Drones Looking Like Seaweed
Professor of Cryptography Dominique Unruh (on the left) and Dan Bogdanov, Head of the Information Security Research Institute at Cybernetica. Photos: Anni Suvi and Jake Farra
University of Tartu and Cybernetica cooperate to study quantum-safe cryptography
PHOTO: Jaak Vilo, head of the Institute of Computer Science at the University of Tartu. CREDIT: Henry Narits
University of Tartu’s Jaak Vilo on Meeting Estonia, and the World’s, Computer Science Needs
Photo credit: Unsplash, Manny Becerra
Photovoltaic Glass Makes Windows a Source of Electricity
Professor Samuel Pagliarini. Photo credit: TalTech
Innovative Secure Integrated Circuit Technology Makes Any Sort of Reverse Engineering and Espionage Virtually Impossible
Photo credit: Unsplash, Dylan Gillis
Tallinn University of Technology and Skeleton Technologies Enter Cooperation Agreement to Turn Estonia into a Hub in Energy Storage and Development
Solaride is designing a solar-powered vehicle. CREDIT: Solaride.
Estonian Team Readies Solar Vehicle for High Stakes International Race

Get our monthly newsletterBe up-to-date with all the latest news and upcoming events