Mektory - a way of thinking!

The aims of TTÜ Mektory are:

1. FOR COMPANIES: We bring together scientists, students and entrepreneurs; solve practical product development problems and generate new intelligent ideas.
2.FOR STUDENTS OR FOR FACULTY: We help tie theoretical studies at the university with the practical side to the maximum possible extent. To prepare better-trained engineers with an experience of cooperation with companies. 
3. FOR ENTREPRENEURAL YOUTH: We encourage student startup companies to move forward. We have already held six business model competitions and dispatched the winners to global centres of technology.
4. FOR SCHOOL CHILDREN: We address the upcoming generation and show that engineering is exciting, feasible and down to earth. Numerous possibilities have been created in the house for children.
5. FOR THE SOCIETY: We value internationalisation and diversity, because these days, success is only guaranteed by combining different cultures, working habits, ideas and interesting solutions.

Our centre is very popular, Mektory has had ower 200 000 visitors from 160 different countries!

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Innovation today, tradition tomorrow!

     
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On October 10, European Centre for Economic, Academic & Cultural Diplomacy (CIDIC) held a conference Digital Society and Big Data in Tallinn University of Technology within Estonian DEAC days. The event was held in cooperation with CIDIC’s strategic partners – UNICA, Brussels Diplomatic Academy and Diplomatic World.

After welcoming words by TTÜ Rector, Ms. Kris Dejonckheere, Secretary General of UNICA, made a short presentation on the role of university networks in Europe. The keyword was “trust” – in building networks. She also pointed out how Estonian presidency priorities in higher education fit into UNICA activities.

The delegation of about 20 people ended their day with CIDIC Awards Ceremony at Park Inn by Radisson Hotel followed by a reception hosted by Belgian Embassy. Among 4 award recipients was Lainergy, a TTÜ startup company.