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Most Entrepreneurial Researcher and Institute

Since 2005, Tallinn University has awarded our most enrepreneurial researchers, institutes and colleges. The winners are selected according to factual results.

Winners
YearEntrepreneurial researchersEntrepreneurial institutes and colleges
2014

Valdo Liblik, Institute of Ecology

Institute of History

Institute of Ecology

2013

Aado Keskpaik, Estonian Institute for Futures Studies

Valdo Liblik, Institute of Ecology

Institute of Informatics

Baltic Film and Media School

Institute of Ecology

2012

Valdo Liblik, Institute of Ecology

Kaja Tampere, Institute of Communication

Institute of Informatics

2011 Erik Terk, Estonian Institute for Futures Studies Institute of Ecology
2010 Mati Ilomets, Institute of Ecology Estonian Institute for Population Studies
2009

Mart Laanpere, Institute of Informatics, Centre for Education Technologies

Valdo Liblik, Institute of Ecology

Institute of Informatics

Institute of Ecology

Institute of Psychology

2008 Hannes Palang, Estonian Institute of Humanities Institute of Psychology
2007

Rein Haljand, Institute for Health and Sports Sciences

Mart Laanpere, Institute of Informatics, Centre for Education Technologies

Institute for International and Social Research

Institute of Ecology

2006

Krista Loogma, Institute of Education Research

Raivo Vetik, Institute of International and Social Studies

Institute of Educational Sciences

Institute of Informatics

2005 Mart Laanpere, Institute of Informatics, Centre for Education Technologies Haapsalu College
Rules of the competition

The most entrepreneurial researchers, institutes and colleges are determined by their results.

The criteria for determining the most entrepreneurial institutes and colleges:

  • Number of contracts with partners from the private, public or third sector
  • Revenue declared in the fiscal year report that has been achieved from contracts for research and development, conultancies, testing and analysing and sales of intellectual property.

Criteria for determining the most entrepreneurial researchers

  • Number of research and development projects currently in progress, in which the applicant is a coordinator/principal investigator
  • Number of new research and development projects, in which the applicant is a coordinator/principal investigator
  • Number of various consultancy, testing, analysis and other research services the applicant has offered
  • Sales of intellectual property.
Additional Information

Merilyn Rannat
Specialist of Research Management
Telephone: 640 9140
E-mail: merilyn.rannat....at....tlu.ee