The results of the outstanding publication, textbook, and creative project competition of Tallinn University are now available

The aim of the competition is to motivate Tallinn University’s staff to conduct high-level research and creative work and to encourage them to introduce their professional achievements.

This year experts for the competition were:  Senior Researcher Inna Jürjo, Associate Professor Helin Puksand, Associate Professor Matthew Crandall, Lecturer Heie Marie Treier, Associate Professor Maria Zeltser, and Professor Tõnu Laas. 

48 entries were submitted to the competition and decision was made as follows:

  • The best monograph:

Katrin Kullasepp. On Becoming a Psychologist: Emerging identity in education. Oxfordshire: Routledge, 2022, 234 lk.

  • The best article in humanities:

Anu Mänd (2022). Estonian-Finnish Art Connections in the Middle Ages and the Bells of Turku Cathedral. Material Religion, 18:5, pp. 548-563. DOI: 10.1080/17432200.2022.2132068

  • The best article in natural sciences:

Oliver Koit, Inga Retiķe, Janis Bikše, Jaanus Terasmaa, Siim Tarros, Pamela Abreldaal, Alise Babre, Marlen Hunt, Joonas Pärn, Marko Vainu, Andres Marandi, Karin Sisask, Elve Lode, Magdaleena Männik (2023). Hydrochemical signatures of springs for conceptual model development to support monitoring of transboundary aquifers. Groundwater for Sustainable Development, 21, 100927. DOI: 10.1016/j.gsd.2023.100927.

  • The best article in social sciences:

Anu Toots, Triin Lauri. (2022). Nation (Re)building through Social Investment? Baltic Reform Trajectories, In: Julian L. Garritzmann, Silja Häusermann, Bruno Palier (Ed.). The World Politics of Social Investment (Volume II) The Politics of Varying Social Investment Investment Strategies. pp. 159−184. Oxford : Oxford University Press. DOI:10.1093/oso/9780197601457.003.0007

  • The best article in exact sciences:

Nuno N. Correia, Raul Masu, William Primett, Stephan Jürgens, Jochen Feitsch, Hugo Plácido da Silva (2022). Designing Interactive Visuals for Dance from Body Maps: Machine Learning and Composite Animation Approaches. Designing Interactive Systems Conference, pp 204–216. DOI: 10.1145/3532106.3533467 

  • The best general education or higher education institution textbook:

Reili Argus, Katrin Kern, Helika Mäekivi. Keeletoimetamine. Kõrgkooliõpik. Tallinn: Tallinna Ülikooli Kirjastus, 2022, 213 lk.

  • The best creative project:

Külli Roosna, Kenneth Flak. Lavastus „Singulaarsus“. „Singulaarsus“ esietendus Tallinnas Sõltumatu Tantsu Laval 14.10.2022.


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Last updated 11/06/2023 - 11:06