to Support Digital Society Popularization

IT Faculty Year and Recognitions 2021

Today, the School of IT gave the year 2021 recognitions to our amazing researchers and dear colleagues. We have so much to celebrate! From our own research group, Ingrid Pappel got an award for being the researcher of the year and for being a co-author for the research article of the year. Last year she was the author or co-author for more than 12 articles and supervised 5 master’s theses. Regina Erlenheim, who is warmly loved by our students for her constructive criticism, always positive and open-minded approach, was recognized as the lecturer of the year! Her course “Public service design and implementation” is one of the best courses in our program and good for master thesis preparation in a sense to start thinking outside of the box. We are beyond happy to have such amazing women in our NextGen research group and hopefully we will continue on the same brilliant level in the upcoming years! (Read more)

eGov training at Strathmore Business School (SBS) in Kenya

The Government of Estonia through Tallinn University of Technology (TalTech) has signed a memorandum of cooperation with Strathmore Business School, whose overarching objective is to promote new international partnership on digital transformation in Africa. (Read more)

Next Generation Government Symposium 2022

Conference “Next Generation Government Symposium” (NGGS) brought together stakeholders from academia, government and the private sector in a symposium format to better understand next generation government issues from interdisciplinary perspectives in technology, education, government, and law at the Tallink Spa & Conference Hotel (Read more)