Tallinn University of Technology (TalTech), the only university of technology in Estonia, is the flagship of Estonian engineering and technology education. Here the synergy between different fields (technological, natural, exact, economic and health sciences) is created and new ideas are born. The University’s approximately 70,000 alumni have shaped the economic landscape of present-day Estonia. TalTech is to become one of the leading technological universities in the Baltic Sea region.
The mission of TalTech is to be a promoter of science, technology and innovation and a leading provider of engineering and economic education in Estonia. The TalTech campus is a home to more than 200 high-tech companies.
The project partner is Nearly Zero Energy Research group from Department of Civil Engineering and Architecture. Research groups have long-term experience besides other areas also in scientific and applied research in building physics, energy performance, renovation, BIM, and indoor climate related areas. The team is active in international committees, collaborations, task forces (IEA Annex 41, 55, 61, 68, CIB W40 Heat and Moisture Transfer in Buildings, W080 Prediction of Service Life of Building Materials and Components, INTERREG IV A (HELTH, SMC), H2020 (MoreConnect, NetUbiep, NERO) and standardisation such as development of EPBD 1st and 2nd generation standards (TC 371, TC 156 and TC 228), Tempus/Erasmus+ (Mapree, CIMCEB).