Private donation helps the University of Tartu continue analysing coronavirus data
Research groups of the University of Tartu led by Professor of Mathematical Statistics Krista Fischer and Professor of Bioinformatics Jaak Vilo who have supported the state with the data collection and analysis since the beginning of the corona crisis can continue their work thanks to a private donation by entrepreneur Väino Kaldoja.
The STARTER programme strengthens the startup mindset
Photo Competition “Delta 2020”
University of Tartu Delta Centre announced a photo competition "Delta 2020", lasting until December 31, 2020.
Best Ideas at Kaleidoskoop aim to Improve the Environment
The Delta study and research building will be reopened on May 18th
Apply to online business ideas competition Kaleidoskoop
The University of Tartu Startup Lab is inviting all student teams to participate in the pre-selection round of the students’ business ideas competition Kaleidoskoop on 14 May.
New student Solar Race Car project @Solaride
The students of the University of Tartu undertook an incredible undertaking to design and build only a solar-powered car to take part in the #WorldSolarChallenge in Australia in a few years.
The teams of the Startup Lab located in the Delta Centre won special prizes in the “Ajujaht” competition!
In the largest business idea competition in Estonia, Ajujaht (Brain Hunt), the CommuniCare and A Story teams of the University of Tartu Startup Lab won several special awards.
The Delta Center is closed to students and guests until 17th May 2020!
University of Tartu cancels face-to-face classes due to state of emergency. Let's stay healthy and take care of each other!
Grand opening of the Delta Sandbox in the University of Tartu Delta Centre
On 27 February 2020, we had the grand opening of the Delta Sandbox, an environment where design thinking and digital product management education can be promoted.
President of the Republic of Estonia Kersti Kaljulaid visited the University of Tartu Delta Centre
The Delta team was delighted and honoured to host President Kersti Kaljulaid and her team!
University of Tartu and Bolt presented autonomous driving lab’s test car
On 28 January the University of Tartu and Bolt presented the test car procured for the University of Tartu’s autonomous driving lab.
Mark Fisher’s inauguration lecture on Natural Language Processing
An inauguration lecture, that was delivered in the University Assembly Hall, focussed on natural language processing solutions that do not require annotated examples or linguistic knowledge encoding.
University of Tartu powered sTARTUp Day 2020 full program is now live!
Three days, four stages, 120 world-class speakers, almost 20 side events, over 40 seminars, and many more.
Admission to our international Master’s programmes in Computer Science and Software Engineering is now open!
Studies will take place at the new Delta Center of the University of Tartu.
The Neuromarketing Laboratory of the University of Tartu demonstrated its capabilities
Neuromarketing workshop was held for Enterprise Estonia analyst and applied research staff.
University of Tartu researchers are developing a translation programme with Mozilla Firefox
In addition to the University of Tartu and Mozilla, the consortium of Bergamot also includes the University of Edinburgh, Charles University and the University of Sheffield.
New agreement of the University of Tartu to teach programming to 500 young people all over Estonia
Programming is taught through the e-course "From Technology Consumer to Technology Creator".
University of Tartu and Huawei Technologies signed a memorandum of understanding
The agreement envisages three important areas of cooperation - support for learning, joint research and development, and infrastructure development.
University of Tartu is building a high-level research team to develop digital public services
The aim of the team will be to maximise the social and economic benefits of digital transformation while minimising potential security and privacy risks.
University of Tartu participates in European Manufacturing Innovation Network
EIT Manufacturing comprises 50 partners from 17 countries. In addition to research institutions, it includes several leading global manufacturing companies, such as Volvo and Whirlpool EMEA. The network aims to create 1000 start-ups, train 50,000 employees and considerably increase the number of green start-ups by 2026.
The University of Tartu is ranked in the top 250 in Business and Economics according to the newest Times Higher Education rankings
The University of Tartu is ranked 201–250 in Business and Economics; the University of Tartu itself is in the top 301–350 best universities in the world.
The Institute of Computer Science is now ranked 201–250 in the Times Higher Education’s Computer Science ranking!
Our Institute of Computer Science is ranked number one in Eastern and Central Europe in the European Union! Great recognition and good reason to link your learning and collaboration plans to the Delta Multidisciplinary Study, Research and Innovation Center.
Ott Pärna took up the position of Head of Marketing of University of Tartu Delta Centre
According to Ott Pärna, the combination of academic knowledge and applied development will make Delta a unique and viable innovation centre the likes of which are difficult to find in Europe.
Welcome to the Delta Community
Students and researchers can contact the institutes located in Delta through the University of Tartu website https://www.ut.ee/en. Partners can find suitable contacts at the Delta contacts link below.
University of Tartu Delta Centre
Study and Research Building
Narva mnt 18 / 51009 Tartu / ESTONIA
Open Monday to Sunday 8 am – 3 pm (main entrance only)
Courtyard entrance only for employees with the according card.
Delta Café is open Monday to Friday 11 am – 3 pm.
email@example.com; +372 5302 8944
Reception Desk (only technical information):
+372 737 6363; + 372 5331 4670
Narva mnt 20 / 51009 Tartu / ESTONIA