In the spring semester of 2023, 27 students took part in the competition Rally Estonia Challenge organised by the Autonomous Driving Lab, during which they took a self-driving car on Estonia's smaller roads.
Today starts the three-day IT Summer School ESSCaSS (Estonian Summer School on Computer and Systems Science), which brings more than 120 researchers, doctoral students and students from Estonia and abroad to the Delta Centre.
Thanks to cutting-edge research at the Institute of Computer Science, BetterMedicine, a company that automates the analysis of cancer CT scans, has received a boost. BetterMedicine was recently awarded a €2.5 million grant from the European Innovation Council's Accelerator.
The University of Tartu has been selected by the European Medicines Agency (EMA) as one of the data partners of the DARWIN EU® network. This is a first step towards the common use of health data
Until 16 January, you are invited to the Delta Study and Research Building to enjoy Mauri Gross's exhibition "The Green Turn".
The council of the University of Tartu Institute of Computer Science elected Heisi Kurig as the head of the institute at the meeting on 30 November.
The European Research Council (ERC) supports Christiana Lyn Scheib's research with a Starting Grant of nearly €1.5 million.
University of Tartu Institute of Computer Science invites you to participate in the public seminar delivered by two world-leading scientists, honorary doctors of the University of Tartu.