More information: https://www.ttu.ee/ictcontest
is one of the most advanced e-societies in the world - an incredible success
story that grew out of a partnership between a forward-thinking government, a
pro-active ICT sector and a switched-on, tech-savvy population. Estonia boasts
the world’s leading IT infrastructure and e-services. The creation of different
e-services as well as linking them to government databases and rising
popularity among users has greatly influenced and given an enormous boost to
the ICT sector in the country. Aforementioned success enables to share the
Estonian knowledge and competence on a wider scale. TTÜ has been providing this
knowledge for several years by having many different masters’ programs related
to these topics.
Now you can experience the Estonian success on spot by joining
the Secure e-Governance Summer School.
Read more https://ttu.ee/egov/
Register: HEREFind us in Facebook: HERE
is the home of Skype, Starship Technologies and the biggest robotics
competition in the world – Robotex 2017 http://www.robotex.ee/en
Tallinn University of Technology (TTÜ) is the flagship of Estonian engineering and technology education. This summer you can experience Estonian approach to robotics and 3D printing on spot during whole two weeks.
The aim of the
summer school is to give an overview of the use of
microcontrollers for robotic applications and CAD modelling with 3D printing
for robot mechanical design. To develop practical skills and knowledge of the
robotics and apply acquired knowledge for the practical robotic tasks.
offer limited number of full scholarships!
Read more https://ttu.ee/robo/
Find us in Facebook: HERE
LEAP is an event to boost the entrepreneurial spirit of Estonian youth through interactive learning spaces with businesses and start-ups.
- Anto Liivat (Politician/Entrpeneur, Management Lecturer at EBS, popular business broadcast anchor, and a member of the supervisory board of Enterprise Estonia)
- Dimitry Toukhcher (CEO, LGFG Fashion House)
- Kristel Kruustük (CEO, Testlio)
- Markus Villig (CEO, Taxify)
- Aleksander Gansen (CEO, Shipitwise)
- Rain Rannu (CEO, Fortumo)
- Aivar Laan (CEO, Festivality)
- Anna-Greta Tsahkna (CEO, Timbeter)
- Triin Kask (CEO, Nevercode)
- Kristel Tuul (Life Hacker)
and much more!
Uku Tammet & Vitaliy Lakusta will talk about how to become a product engineer, what it means to be one in TransferWise, what stack we use and how to succeed at product, in our hackathon or elsewhere.They will also talk about internship opportunities and the hackathon itself at TransferWise https://transferwise.com/hackathon/
After the first part of the session there's time to chat in a more relaxed environment while enjoying some snacks and refreshments.
Markus Karileet from Helmes will hold a public lecture on „Integrating Artificial Intelligence to your daily life“
at Estonian Information Technology College.
Chris Raastad & Vahur Hansen will talk about how to become a product engineer, what it means to be one in TransferWise, what stack we use and how to succeed at product, in our hackathon or elsewhere.They will also talk about internship opportunities and the hackathon itself at TransferWise.
After the first part of the session there's time to chat in a more relaxed environment while enjoying some snacks and refreshments.https://transferwise.com/hackathon/
We invite all digital professionals and testing enthusiasts to join us as we kick off this year’s first Meetup by Testlio: Understanding the Business Value of Testing!
Testing is not only about detecting bugs in the software, it’s also about measuring its quality attributes. And in this age of consumerism, quality is truly what drives business value. So how exactly does testing add value to a business? Can a company even afford not to test?
These and many more questions will be answered by our awesome expert panelists: Helena Jeret-Mäe (Head of Testing, Nortal), Kristjan Uba (Development Manager, Betsson Group), Tiit Paananen (Head of Quality Engineering at Pipedrive), Einar Roosileht (CTO, Rush Interactive...).
Also, don’t miss a rare appearance by Testlio’s own Head of Sales (coming straight from San Francisco), who will introduce the evening’s topic by tackling some questions on how to sell testing to companies.
You don’t want to miss this, so please RSVP on Eventbrite to ensure entry to the meetup. (tickets are free but limited)!
Prizes: at least a €3,000 prize fund for every contest of which at least €1,500 is for the Bachelor's category and €1,500 for the Master's category. Estimated prizes: €1000 for I , €800 II, € 600 III, €400 IV and €200 V prize (per team), multiple prizes possible.
Have a look at the statute for specific requirements for the project and how to submit it:
The deadline for submitting projects is February 12, 2017 at 23.59.
Garage48 Hardware & Arts 2017 is a one of a kind hackathon bringing together the creative communities of electronics, mechatronics and software engineers, UI/UX and product designers, marketers and other professionals. The event will be held at the University of Tartu, Institute of Physics on February 17-19, 2017, marking its fourth year in helping teams to innovate and change our lives.
Robotex is the greatest robotics competition in the Baltic countries, coordinated by Tallinn University of Technology in cooperation with the University of Tartu and Information Technology Foundation for Education.
Robotex 2016 takes place 2 - 4 December. In this three-day family event different international robot competitions in both well-known and new fields take place.
The annual TTU Mektory Start-up Competition is around the corner! We are looking forward to seeing already established teams, at least half of the team should be students, whose idea is preferably technology oriented. As usual our list of rewards is impressive ranging from Silicon Valley study trip to mentoring programmes offered by our good partners at Tehnopol start-up incubator and Prototron Fund.
Topconf Tallinn is a premier international software conference designed for Developers, Product Owners / Managers, Architects, Project Managers, Methods- and Process-Experts. Our speakers are authors, experts and practitioners across various areas of software development.
Topconf Tallinn offers ideal opportunities for learning, networking and tracking innovation occurring in the Java, Mobile, .Net, OpenSource, Lean/Agile, Project Management, Architecture, New Languages & Process communities.
Topconf Tallinn is part of the international Topconf Software Conferences.
You should attend The Future of Identity if you want to meet the people leading this sector at a small event designed around discussion, sharing ideas, and learning, with a focus on delegates having time to meet, talk, and connect. This is also an opportunity to meet the team delivering e-Government in Estonia, the world leader.
Read more http://www.futureofidentity.org/
The Oxford Training Sessions discuss innovative uses of information technology in Estonia and elsewhere to identify, clarify, and model how changing configurations in cyberspace influence the structures and processes of political systems within and across national borders. Classroom lectures and discussion are designed to allow students to relate information society issues with their primary studies in other fields. Practical simulation exercises enable students to translate this new knowledge into concrete insights and recommendations for professional action.
The course is specifically designed for university students working in non-IT fields at all levels of instruction (BA, Diploma, Masters, PhD). No previous IT or computer science training is required to enrol. Students specializing in IT fields are also welcome to attend the course. Non-students may be allowed to enroll subject to space limitations.
Read more here.
CyCon is organised by the NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence. Every year, over 500 decision-makers and experts from government, military and industry from all over the world approach the conference’s key theme from legal, technology and strategy perspectives, often in an interdisciplinary manner. See more here.
Over the past decade ReCoSoC has established itself as a international reference event for research in the areas of reconfigurable and communication-centric systems-on-chip. Its informal and dynamic philosophy encourages technical and scientific interactions of both academic and industrial participants through presentations and special sessions reporting latest advances in the related areas.
Please find more information about ReCoSoC 2016 here.
Theses submitted to the contest will compete in various categories. Read more here.
The 2016 NATO C4ISR Industry Conference and AFCEA TechNet International (NITEC16)
Building Resilience Through Secure C4ISR: NATO-Industry Collaboration in a New Era will be held in Tallinn.
The conference programme will focus on the new way of engaging with industry adapted to the diversity and simultaneity of threats and rapid technological developments, while providing concrete opportunities to connect, exchange views and lessons learned and collaborate with industry partners.
To register and for further information, visit the NITEC16 website.
Mobile Tartu 2016 proposes also special events:
1) PhD course “Mobile Phone based Data Collection Experiment” on 29−30 June
2) "Social Network and Travel behavior" - COST TU1305 Workshop on 29−30 June (http://www.tu1305.eu/)
3) “Mobile phones, travel and transportation” on 1-st July organised by NECTAR (http://www.nectar-eu.eu/).
A special issue(s) in a scientific journal cited in ISI Web of Science is planned to be published. The journal will be selected after receiving papers. The papers from Mobile Tartu 2008, 2010, 2012, 2014 were published in the Journal of Urban Technology, the Journal of Location Based Services, and International Journal of Geographical Information Science (http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/tgis20/29/11).Read more: http://mobilitylab.ut.ee/mobiletartu
E-Governance, transparency and economic growth
Focus will be on the overall theme of e-governance’s impact on a country’s transparency development and related economic growth. Discussions will take place in the main auditorium and will be in the form of keynote addresses, presentations and a panel discussion. High level political and business representatives will be able to express their ideas and experiences, and the audience will be able to actively participate via Q&A sessions.
Day 2 Regional cooperation development
Discussions will be held in three working groups dedicated to the following sub-themes:
More information: http://tallinnconference.ee
The seminar will discuss the exciting research and innovation agenda of the new ITEE Center of Excellence and its impact on the economy. We will explain how our adopted innovation system model will help to increase the cooperation between companies and Universities and bring new innovative solutions to the market or improve the existing technologies.
The event gives you a unique opportunity to get a detailed insight of Estonian ICT research scene and to learn about the future collaboration possibilities with one of the top universities in the world!
For agenda and registration please go to: http://it.ee/news/ict-week-2016
Every Spring Institute of Computer Science is organizing a Career Day. The purpose of the event is to bring together the students of the Institute of Computer Science and the practical training and career opportunities offered by companies in the field.
The event will be held as a fair. There are 2 working languages. Find more information here.
The main objective of EWSCS is to expose Estonian, Baltic, and Nordic graduate students in computer science (but also interested students from elsewhere) to frontline research topics usually not covered within the regular curricula. The working language of the schools is English.The schools' scientific programme consists of short courses by renowned specialists and a student session. Please read more here.
What happens when you mix creative industries with IT!?
Come show off your skills at our 48 Hour creative hack. Meet people from all creative industries as well as IT sector and collect valuable tips from local and international mentors.
Win prizes from our partners but most of all start something up!
A meetup to talk about all things related machine learning, data mining and finding value in data. Learning focused group at intermediate and advanced level.
This time Garage48 is going to focus on TOURISM sector which brings
innovation and efficiency to the entertainment, health&wellness,
logistics & food industries.
For thus we created the Garage48 Tourism Pärnu 2015 hackathon, which aims to bring together tourism sector professionals with IT and technology specialists to develop new startups of the future. The event itself will be held in the inspiring and newly renovated Pärnu Koidula Gümnaasium on November 13-15th, 2015.
We expect around 120 people to participate in this incredible initiative brought to life in cooperation with Enterprise Estonia Tourism Development Centre.Read more HERE
VUNK Garage48 Telecom takes place on the 28-30 August, 2015 in Kultuurikatel. JOIN us to bring teams full of talent and creativity together to make an idea into a working prototype in just a weekend. Read more HERE
The experience of Estonia will be used to discuss the benefits, concerns and technical details. We will discuss how we can all live securely in a digital society in the future.
During the program, students will develop the skills needed to turn an innovative idea into a successful start-up. Program is strongly focused on IT related products and services (mobile and web applications, cloud computing, internet of things, big data).
EIA and EAS support the most motivated IT students to take part of the program. Scholarships covering 3 weeks program avalilable! IT students have to cover only their flight tickets (max 200€,accommodation (380€) and daily food cost.
To take part of the Academy, please send an application letter (informal), Curriculum Vitae and an academic transcript to email@example.com The deadline for students to submit their application is 20th of March.
Nordic Testing Days is an annual conference primarily aimed at software testers. However, during the recent years we have branched out and also welcome others ranging from programmers to UX specialists, project managers to designers etc. In other words, everyone who is interested in dipping their toes into testing and contributing to smoother software development cycle and quality. We believe this will help diversify learning across the board.
Find more information here.
The GeekOut conference was started as a single day event by ZeroTurnaround in 2011. It has since grown into a full-blown, two day show for developers. 2015 will see the 5th GeekOut. The focus of the conference is on Java, the JVM, covering developer tooling, solution architecture, programming methodologies, continuous delivery and programming languages for the JVM platform. GeekOut focuses on ideas and communication - rather than on the quantity of talks and pitches. The main goal for the conference is to have each attendee learn new ideas and meet new people.
Find more information here.
Estonia boasts the world’s leading IT infrastructure and e-services. Their linking to government databases and rising popularity among users has given an enormous boost to the ICT sector in the country. By the end of the course you´ll have at least one pitched e‑Service Prototype to implement in the future!
Register to the course and find out more: www.ttu.ee/e-services2015
Architectures in Cyberspace, Structures, Design, Visions and Security Challenges.
Estonian ICT Week is the single most eventful week in the center of the sizzling Nordic-Baltic ICT powerhouse, illuminating innovational ideas connecting the brightest minds. Estonian ICT Week brings together entrepreneurs, investors, IT professionals, government leaders and policy makers from all over the world.
The main topics in 2015 will include e-Governance and e-Residency, Green IT, Smart Industry, Fintech and the Hardware Evolution.
StudyITin.ee team recommends events taking place during ICT Week:
Read more www.estonia.eu/ICTWeek
Estonian Free and Open-Source Software Association together with volunteers and organizers of the "Let's Do It" Community Activity Day team invites everyone to take part in the Free Software Community Day taking place within the "Let's Do It" community activities framework. We will give a new life to many outdated computers, but there will be more - also welcome are all users of proprietary software who want to become familiar with modern Free Software.
The Community Day is also a good opportunity for educational and research facilities to get acquainted to Free Software.
Registration to the Community Day is open at http://talgud.teemeara.ee/events?keyword=vabavaratalgud
Creative Mobile Games in cooperation with Tallinn University and GameFounders is proud to announce the annual GameDev Days, taking place in the heart of Estonia’s capital at Tallinn University on April 8th-9th, 2015.
The Conference will feature 3 tracks:
Read more: http://gamedev.ee/
“Engineering Education towards Excellence and Innovation”
Tallinn University of Technology, Tallinn, Estonia
The IEEE Global Engineering Education Conference is the sixth of the series of conferences that rotates among central locations in IEEE Region 8, Europe, Middle East and North Africa.
Main Conference Topics:
- Educational Methods and Learning Mechanisms in Engineering Education
- Excellence in Engineering Education
- Infrastructure and Technologies for Engineering Education
- Innovative Materials, Teaching and Learning
- Experiences in Engineering Education
- Learning in Transition and Engineering Education Ecosystems
Career Day aims to connect students studying IT with companies and entrepreneurs in the ICT sector. Career Day gives the participating companies a chance to introduce (summer) internships as well as future career opportunities.
Please find more information here.
The Student Startup Camp (SSC) is an intensive practical entrepreneurship course aimed to arm students with skills and inspiration to launch technology-related ventures. This year's program features several experienced and established entrepreneurs from Estonia and abroad who collaborate to create a hands-on week-long learning experience.
Sounds familiar? In that case we invite You to take part in
CyberOlympics for students!
Competition will take place in Information Technology College (Tallinn, Raja 4C) starting at 9:00 on the 14th of February.
Your skills and toughness will be tested on the Estonian Defence Cyber Training Platform. All students from bachelor's, applied science and master's level are welcomed to apply.
Spectators are welcome to attend the event from 12:00, when the Cybercafé will open and a series of short presentations about the latest developments and learning and career opportunities in the cyber world will be made.
Pipedrive HQ, Tallinn, Estonia
In one weekend
we'll share tips and tricks of how to design a working website from zero to
IT Service Management (ITSM) new perspectives and implementation best practices. ITSM in related fields like cloud services and DevOps. The focus of 9th conference is how to build and maintain IT services keeping in mind customer needs and habits. How to measure quality from clients perspective?
See more: http://konverents2014.itsmf.ee/program
On a previuos day you can participate in 5 workshops, which are for the first time in Europe.
WUD Is About Making Our World Work BetterTechnology today is too hard to use. In order to humanize a world that uses technology for everything, we must develop it in a way that serves people first. WUD 2014 is the go-to conference for designers, policy makers, developers and everyone interested in good design. This years topics include eye tracking, hardware UX, gamification techniques and UX research.
Garage48 Enable Tallinn 2014 inspires people to come up with solutions that make our societies more open to people with disabilities. We expect about 80 people with a full commitment to participate the challenging 48 hour weekend boot-camp event building new web and mobile applications. We are looking for various skill-sets and roles: Designers, Web Developers, Programmers & Mobile App Developers, Visionary Entrepreneurs or Project Managers, Marketing Gurus, Social Workers, Human Rights Advocates.
Read more here.
Robotex is the greatest robotics competition in the Baltic countries, coordinated by Tallinn University of Technology and organized in cooperation with the University of Tartu. The event takes place for the 14h time.
The first day is dedicated to the next generation of robotics and the competitions are held in easier fields. The second day focuses on experienced robot builders, which requires higher level of technical skill and knowledge. The Technology exhibition has also taken place under the event of Robotex within the past four years.
Read more here.
Please find additional information and registation here.
OpenCoffee is open for everyone! All you need to do is come by! Register, come by and invite others as well!
Open Coffee Club takes place every 1st Thursday in a month at 9:00 to 11:00 AM @Garage48HUB - Rävala pst 7, Tallinn. This is time for startup people, investors, innovators, tech guys and all others to get together in completely informal setting for getting to know new people, finding the people you need or just for useful chit-chat. Follow us on Twitter @garage48hub @occtallinn @garage48 or on Facebook /garage48hub /occtallinn /garage48. See the sites http://garage48.org/ http://hub.garage48.org/ .
Main day is on the 16th of October. Registration and agenda.
On the 15th of October takes place DC Bootcamp. A Microsoft Private Cloud Fast Track. This one day technical workshop will include technical presentations along with a complete hands-on experience in a lab environment session managed by our technical experts. This is your opportunity to experience the solution in a real live implementation scenario and accelerate your path to success with private cloud.
Organizer: Santa Monica Networks
One of the biggest Estonian hardware hackathon brings together innovative idea authors with hardware and software engineers. The goal is to build a functional device from the idea during a weekend – is it a minidrone, smart birdnest or something else. Each idea will get a 5 to 10 member team, that needs to build the first protoype. Everybody has a chance to propose an idea for building until October 12th.
More information here.
IGDA Estonia is organizing a cool game jam weekend that aims to bring together game enthusiasts to compete in planning, designing and creating a playable game from scratch, under the guidance of international gaming experts. Come and meet other developers, learn about the industry and create something awesome!
Anyone interested in development, design, marketing and business development are welcome to join. No limits or regulations on the genre, platform or OS of the game. You just need to bring your computer and you are ready for action.
More information here.
The GeekOut conference was started as a single day event by ZeroTurnaround in 2011. It has since grown into a full-blown, two day show for developers. The focus of the conference is on Java, the JVM, covering developer tooling, solution architecture, programming methodologies, continuous delivery and programming languages for the JVM platform. GeekOut focuses on ideas and communication - rather than on the quantity of talks and pitches. The main goal for the conference is to have each attendee learn new ideas and meet new people.
Please read more http://2014.geekout.ee/
A popular hackathon for building fully working (web) services over the course of 48 hours at Garage48 Pärnu.
More info here.
Organised by University of Tartu
At the Kyiv Polytechnic Inctitute (in Kiev, Ukraine)
In partnership with the University of Tartu
More info here.
At Swissotel Tallinn
Organised by the University of Tartu and Tallinn University of Technology