On 27 June, the global higher education consultancy Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) launched its World University Rankings 2024, adopting a methodology that has undergone considerable change. The University of Tartu is ranked 358th and again tops the list of Estonian universities.
Tartu Observatory of the University of Tartu and Europlanet 2024 Research Infrastructure project and the are pleased to announce the international training workshop „Asteroid Research“.
The H2020/HYPERNETS project recently hosted the science conference on “Optical radiometry and satellite validation” from 21-23 March, 2023 in Brussels, Belgium.
The journal Nature recently published a call to strengthen cooperation among other Arctic nations and researchers who have knowledge of Russian Arctic.
From 5 to 7 December, the FRM4SOC-2 project seminar was held in Darmstadt, Germany, with Tartu Observatory, the leader of the consortium, as the main organiser.
The International Astronautical Congress (IAC) is a major annual event where space people worldwide flock to meet other space enthusiasts.
UT Tartu Observatory and ESTCube-2 are proud to present Martin Tajmar, a professor for Space Systems at the Dresden University of Technology.
Geometric Foundations of Gravity 2023