Winners of the best publication, textbook and creative project competition  2020:

Best Monography:
Anu Mänd. „Keskaegsed altarid ja rentaablid“

Best Humanities Publication:
Indrek Ibrus, Maarja Ojamaa. „The Creativity of Digital (Audiovisual) Archives: A Dialogue Between Media Archaeology and Cultural Semiotics“. 

Best Social Sciences Publication:
Eve Kikas, Kaja Mädamürk, Anu Palu. „What role do comprehension-oriented learning strategies have in solving math calculation and word problems at the end of middle school?“. 

Peeter Selg, Piret Peiker. “There is More to Groups of People than Just Groups and People: On Trans-Actional Analysis and Nationalism Studies“.

Best Natural Sciences Publication:
Martin Küttim, Mati Ilomets, Liisa Küttim, Anna M. Laine, Bjorn J.M. Robroek. „Winter climate change increases physiological stress in calcareous fen bryophytes“. 

Best Exact Sciences Publication:
Sander Paekivi, Romi Mankin. „Bimodality of the interspike interval distributions for subordinated diffusion models of integrate-and-fire neurons“. 

Best Textbook:
Kristjan Kask. „Kui seinad räägiksid. Küsitlemise kunst“.

Jaagup Kippar. „Digihumanitaaria tehnoloogiad, Kvantitatiivne digihumanitaaria, Kvalitatiivne digihumanitaaria.“ 2019.
 

Best Creative Project:
Heie Marie Treier creative project

Winners of the best publication, textbook and creative project competition  2019:

Best Monography:
Ants Hein “Vanaaja pulm. Valitud tekste ja pilte 16. sajandi keskpaigast 19. aastasaja viimase veerandini”

Linda Kaljundi “Ajalugu pildis – pilt ajaloos: Rahvuslik ja rahvusülene minevik Eesti kunstis” (co-author Tiina-Mall Kreem from Estonian Art Museum)

Best Humanities Publication:
Aivar Põldvee "Käsu Hansu kirjad" 

Natalja Netšunajeva "On the Classification of Slavic Menaia Manuscripts Dated from the 11th to 14th Centuries"

Best Social Sciences Publication:
Kersti Kriisk "Distribution of Local Social Services and Territorial Justice: the Case of Estonia"

Best Natural Sciences Publication:
Mihkel Saluri, Margit Kaldmäe, Rando Tuvikene "Extraction and quantification of phycobiliproteins from the red alga Furcellaria lumbricalis"

Best Exact Sciences Publication:
Mart Abel "About the density property in the space of continuous maps vanishing at infinity"

Best Textbook:
Kaarel Orvik "Rannad ja rannikud. Õpik kõrgkoolidele" Textbook for universities

Best Creative Project:
Renee Nõmmik, Tiina Ollesk, Elo Unt dance performance "Jaaniöö müsteerium"

Winners of the best publication, textbook and creative project competition  2018:

Best Monography:
Rein Müllerson. (2017). Dawn of a New Order: Geopolitics and the Clash of Ideologies. London: i. B. Tauris.

Kalle Pihlainen. (2017). The Work of History: Constructivism and a Politics of the Past. New York: Routledge. 

Best Humanities Publication:
Daniele Monticelli, Eneken Laanes. (2017).Battling Around the Exception: A Stateless ‘Russian’ Writer and His Translation in Today’s Estonia. In: Brian James Baer, Susanna Witt (Ed.). Translation in Russian Contexts: Culture, Politics, Identity (321−335). Routledge.

Oliver Laas. (2017). On Game Definitions. Journal of the Philosophy of Sport, 44 (1), 81−94.

Best Social Sciences Publication:
Tauri Tuvikene. Kaasautorid: Susana Neves Alves ja Hanna Hilbrandt. (2017). Strategies for relating diverse cities: A multi-sited individualising comparison of informality in Bafatá, Berlin and Tallinn. Current Sociology, 65 (2), 276−288. 

Eeva Keskküla, Krista Loogma. (2017). The value of and values in teachers’ work in Estonia. Work, Employment and Society, 31 (2), 248−264.

Abel Polese. Kaasautorid: Borbála Kovács, Jeremy Morris, Drini Imami. (2017). Looking at the ‘sharing’ economies concept through the prism of informality. Cambridge journal of regions, economy and society, 10 (2), 365−378.

Best Natural Sciences Publication:
Marju Robal, Rando Tuvikene. Kaasautor: Mihkel Saluri. (2018). Hybrid carrageenans as beer wort fining agents. Food Hydrocolloids. 

Martin Küttim, Mati Ilomets. Kaasautorid: Maaike L. Hofsommer, Bjorn J.M. Robroek, Constant Signarbieux, Vincent E.J. Jassey, Anna M. Laine, Mariusz  Lamentowicz, Alexandre Buttler ja Robert T.E. Mills. (2017). Freeze-thaw cycles simultaneously decrease peatland photosynthetic carbon uptake and ecosystem respiration. Boreal Environment Research, 22, 267−276.

Best Exact Sciences Publication:
Sander Paekivi, Romi Mankin, Astrid Rekker. (2017). Memory effects on a resonate-and-fire neuron model subjected to Ornstein-Uhlenbeck noise. In: M. D. Todorov (Ed.). Application of Mathematics in Technical and Natural Sciences (Book Series: AIP Conference Proceedings, Volume 1895) (070004-1−070004-10). Amer Inst Physics: American Institute of Physics. 

Best Textbook:
Helin Puksand, Margit Ross. (2016). Secondary School (10th grade) set of Estonian language "Johannes 1".

Maia Muldma. Co-author: Kadi Härma. (2016). "Muusikamaa lood". 5th grade textbook for music. Tallinn Koolibri.

Best Creative Project:
Aleksander Väljamäe. BrainDance performance "Demultiplexia".

Winners of the best publication, textbook and creative project competition  2017:

Best Monography:
Rein Raud "Meaning in Action: Outline of an Integral Theory of Culture. Cambridge: Polity Press."
Aurika Meimre. А. Чернявский и его роман „Семь лун блаженной Бригитты“. Комментарий. Moskva: Nauka.
Best Humanities Publication:
Piret Peiker. (2016). Estonian Nationalism Through the Postcolonial Lens. Journal of Baltic Studies, 1−20 (113-132).
Best Social Sciences Publication:
Tauri Tuvikene. (2016). Strategies for comparative urbanism: post-socialism as a de-territorialized concept. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 40 (1), 132−146.
Best Natural Sciences Publication:
Liisa Küttim, Martin Küttim, Liisa Puusepp, Shinya Sugita. (2016). The effects of ecotope, microtopography and environmental variables on diatom assemblages in hemiboreal bogs in Northern Europe. Hydrobiologia, 1−13.
Best Exact Sciences Publication:
Marju Robal, Tom Brenner, Shingo Matsukawa, Hiroo Ogawa, Kalle Truus, Brian Rudolph, Rando Tuvikene. (2017). Monocationic salts of carrageenans: Preparation and physico-chemical properties. Food Hydrocolloids, 63, 656−667. Ilmus online 2016. aasta oktoobris.
Best Textbook:
Helin Puksand, Margit Ross. (2016). Gümnaasiumi (10. klassi) eesti keele komplekt „Johannes 1“.

Best Creative Project:
Tallinn University Symphony Orchestra project: Concert Carl Orff "Carmina Burana" on 30th April 2016.

Winners of the best publication, textbook and creative project competition  2016:

Best Monography:
Ülo Ugaste "Vastastikdifusioon metallisüsteemides" / "Counterdiffusion in Metal Systems"
Marju Kõivupuu "Eestlase eluring" / "The Circle of Life of an Estonian"
Best Humanities Publication:
Piret Peiker. (2015). A.H. Tammsaare's Truth and Justice as a Postcolonial Bildungsroman. Journal of Baltic Studies, 46 (2), 199−216.
Best Social Sciences Publication:
Piret Soodla; Marja-Kristiina Lerkkanen; Pekka Niemi; Eve Kikas; Gintautas Silinskas; Jari-Erik Nurmi. (2015). Does early reading instruction promote the rate of acquisition? A comparison of two transparent orthographies. Learning and Instruction, 38, 14−23.
Best Natural Sciences Publication:
Neeme Lumi; Katrin Laas; Romi Mankin. (2015). Rising relative fluctuation as a warning indicator of discontinuos transitions in symbiotic metapopulations. Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications, 437, 109-118.
Best Exact Sciences Publication:
Kaia-Liisa Habicht; Nagendra S. Singh; Fred E. Indig; Irving W. Wainer; Ruin Moaddel; Ruth Shimmo. (2015). The development of mitochondrial membrane affinity chromatography columns for the study of mitochondrial transmembrane proteins. Analytical Biochemistry, 484, 154−161.

Winners of the best publication, textbook and creative project competition 2015:

Best monography:
Jaak Valge „Punased I“ / "Reds I"
Best humanities publication:
Marek Tamme “Truth, Objectivity and Evidence in History Writing”.
Best social sciences publication:
Martin Klesment, Allan Puur, Leen Rahnu, Luule Sakkeus „Varying  association between education and second births in Europe: comparative analysis based on the EU-SILC data“.
Best natural sciences publication:
Rando Tuvikene, Marju Robal, Kalle Truus „Funorans from Gloiopeltis species. Part I. Extraction and structural characteristics“.
Eve Kikase, Kätlin Peets „Collective Student Characteristics Alter the Effects of Teaching Practices on Academic Outcomes“.
Best exact science publication:
Tõnu Laas, Berit Väli, Veroonika Shirokova „Parallel investigation of double forged pure tungsten samples irradiated in three DPF devices“.
Best textbook:
Natalja Netšunajev, Vene keele 7. klassi õpik ja töövihik (I ja II osa). / 7th grade Russian textbook and workbook (parts I and II)
Best creative project:
The Tallinn University Symphony Orchestra, led and conducted by Martin Sildos, which has risen to a high artistic level in short period. This is proved by a busy concert schedule and a demanding repertoire.

 

Winners of the best publication, textbook and creative project competition 2014:

Best monography:
Irina Belobrovtseva, Aleksandr Danilevski and David Vseviov "Vaenlase kuju, Eesti kuvand nõukogude karikatuuris 1920.-1940. aastatel" Valgus 2013. / "Shape of the enemy, the image of Estonia in Russian caricaturse 1920.-1940."
Best humanities publication:
Aivar Põldvee "Vanemuise sünd. Lisandusi eesti pseudomütoloogia ajaloole" Tuna. Ajalookultuuri Ajakiri 2013, lk 10-31. / "Birth of Vanemuine. Additions to the history of Estonian pseudomythology"
Best social sciences publication:
Peeter Selg “The Politics of Theory and the Constitution of Meaning”; published in Sociological Theory, Volume 31, Issue 1, March 2013, pp 1-23.
Best natural sciences publication:
Jaanus Terasmaa, Liisa Puusepp, Agata Marzecova, Egert Vandel, Tiit Vaasma, Tiiu Koff 2013. Natural and human-induced environmental changes in Eastern Europe during the Holocene: a multi-proxy palaeolimnological study of a small Latvian lake in a humid temperate zone. Journal of Paleolimnology, 49, 663-678.
Best exact science publication:
Kaia-Liisa Habicht, C Frazier, N Singh, Ruth Shimmo, I.W Wainer, R Moaddel "The Synthesis and characterization of nuclear membrane affinity chromotography column for the study of human breast cancer resistant protein (BCRP) using nuclear membranes obtained from the NL-229 cells" Journal of Pharamaceutical and Biomedical Analysis.
Best textbook:
Rein Raud "Mis on kultuur? Sissejuhatus kultuuriteooriasse" Tallinna Ülikooli kirjastus 2013. / "What is culture? Introduction to cultural theory" Tallinn University Press 2013
Jaagup Kippar "Veebiprogrammeerimise õpikute komplekt". / "Set of textbooks for web programming"
Best creative project:
Ann Lumiste, Peeter Simm, Anneli Ahven and Elen Lotman "Arhitektuurifilmid. Balti Filmi- ja Meediakool." / "Architectural shorts. Baltic Film and Media School."
Special prize:
Marju Kõivupuu's monography "Igal hädal oma arst, igal tõvel ise tohter" Varrak 2013. / "A medic for every problem, a doctor for every disease" Varrak 2013