Tallinn University of Technology (TUT) is a public university established in 1918. It is the only technical university in Estonia and, as the principle provider of engineering- and technology-related higher education, it enjoys a unique relationship with Estonian industry and an extensive network of alumni. It has considerable experience, systems and facilities in place to support research cooperation with foreign universities and international student exchanges.
The university consists of 8 faculties and 10 institutions with 14000 students (of whom 34% are Masters’ students and 6% are PhD students) and 2000 staff including 1200 academic staff with 133 professorships.
The Department of Building Production within the university’s Faculty of Civil Engineering is a leading provider of higher education programmes and research, development and consultancy services to the Estonian construction industry. Educational courses on offer include not only full-time undergraduate and graduate programmes but also distance learning, lifelong learning and continuous professional development courses.
The department has established long-term partnerships with a number of construction and property organisations in Estonia and is an active partner in international university networks. This ensures that research and education programmes maintain close alignment to the current needs of the construction industry both locally and globally and promotes improvements in industry practice through innovation.
As a partner organization in the LARGE project, TUT participates in all activities throughout the project and is the lead partner for Work Package 11 – Exploitation of Results where it takes responsibility for the coordination of all exploitation activities.
The LARGE project team from TUT is led by a project manager, Professor Irene Lill who is supported by a team of experts including: Professor Roode Liias, Erki Soekov, Professor Jüri Sutt and Emlyn Witt.
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