engineering and technology

Solaride is designing a solar-powered vehicle. CREDIT: Solaride.
Estonian Team Readies Solar Vehicle for High Stakes International Race
After successfully developing the first Estonian self-driving vehicle IseAuto, Tallinn University of Technology (TalTech) researchers are ready for new challenges and research self-driving vehicle Digital Twin development. Photo credit: TalTech
TalTech researchers developing a Digital Twin for Propulsion Drive of Autonomous Electric Vehicle
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Civitta Tapped to Lead €3M European Robotics Project
Researcher Dr. Asya Drenkova-Tuhtan monitoring the synthesis of novel nanostructured engineered adsorbents to be tested for possible toxicity effects on the aquatic environment within the EU-funded H2020 project „NanoPhosTox“ (grant ID: 867457). Photo credit: Toolbox Estonia, Renee Altrov
Why mine the phosphorus if there is plenty of it in the wastewater?
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Estonian lead technology project received €7.5 million for building a cosmic tomograph
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Vacuum-insulated tanks would take the renewable energy system to a new level
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After Tumultuous Year, Tehnopol’s Connected Health Cluster Prepares to Support More Research Projects in 2021
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Estonians will provide stereo cameras to Maxar Technologies for NASA’s Artemis lunar program
Maritime cybersecurity attacks on shipping and ports have increased in recent years. Photo credit: TalTech
TalTech Investigators Awarded €2.5M to Advance Research in Maritime Cybersecurity
Martin Jürise, TalTech Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering. Photo credit: TalTech
TalTech’s PhD thesis introduces new possibilities of electronic warfare to Estonian Defence Forces
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With 5G-Routes, Estonian Scientists, Industry Partners Strive for Regional Interoperability
Researchers at TalTech Laboratory of Photovoltaic Materials. Photo credit: TalTech
The new generation solar cells contribute to the green energy revolution
Photograph of the packaged chip. In the background a Printed Circuit Board utilized for bringing up the chip in the laboratory. Photo credit: Samuel  Pagliarini
New European Research Exchange to Improve Estonian Hardware Security Expertise
Researchers at TalTech Laboratory of Environmental Technology
TalTech environmental scientists’ new ozonation method treats water from antibiotic residues
Sensors ready for deployment. Photo credit: TalTech
The methods developed by biorobotics engineers help make hydropower plants more fish-friendly
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Effective ventilation may be a key factor in preventing the spread of COVID-19
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New ERA Chair creates opportunities for various fields of research
Early Stage Researcher Jaanus Kaugerand with sensor. Photo credit: TalTech
The new software technology introduced in TalTech brings benefits to hospital
Estonians came up with a potentially good alternative to a long-outdated airport x-rays. Photo credit: FrameStockFootages
Good-bye X-rays? New scanner technology sees through things
Identity in Estonia can be verified online either by connecting an ID-card with the computer or via mobile phone. Photo credit: Rasmus Jurkatam
Algorithms run the Estonian government, and people trust it
A university project turned into a driverless bus
Roboticist Indrek Must is using textile made of carbon to create robot skin. Photo credit: Andres Tennus
New skin-like robot could turn us into superhumans
Researchers at TalTech Centre for Biorobotics Jeffrey Andrew Tuhtan and Asko Ristolainen. Private collection.
The underwater sensors help adapting to climate change
Laboratory of Fluid Mechanics
Modelling of breaking wave dynamics in port engineering improved

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