We would like to invite you to an atmospheric science event where TU scientists present their outstanding achievements and talk about their forthcoming projects and plans.
In recent years, Tallinn University has significantly increased its potential in research, development and creative activity. The university’s research concentrates on five focus fields: educational innovation, digital and media culture, cultural competences, healthy and sustainable lifestyle, and society and open governance.
Our research financing has multiplied by 1.7 over the past three years and the share of international projects is about a quarter of all research financing. Two large ERA-Chair projects financed by the Horizon 2020 programme are undergoing in the university; also, we have a grant financed by the European Research Council (ERC).
We established Tallinn University’s centres of excellence with an interdisciplinary scientific aim to support the cooperation between research and creative groups, and to achieve outstanding results in research and creative activity. To find out more about TU scientists’ activities in different focus fields, we would like to invite you to TU scientific seminar where our scientists present their outstanding achievements and talk about their forthcoming projects and plans.
For university employees and students, this event is great for obtaining the latest information on our scientists’ activities in TU centres of excellence and their forthcoming exciting plans.
For the university’s partners and enterprises, however, the event provides an excellent opportunity to meet our scientists whose knowledge could be used and put into practice in cooperation and activities. Within three hours, the participants have a share in exciting presentations both in Estonian and in English. In addition, discussions and poster sessions lie in store. Everyone has the opportunity to have their say in the discussions, of course, and to communicate directly with our scientists.
The event will take place on Thursday, March 14, 2019, at 15:00 - 18:00 in auditorium A-002 of the university’s Astra building (Narva mnt 29).
Participation is free.