Tallinn University of Technology, EE

Tallinn University of Technology (TUT) with its 15.000 students is the largest technical university in Estonia. About 20 % of the students at TUT study in the field of IT. The unit involved in the project is the Department of Computer Engineering (DCE), 40 employees, including 6 professors, 10 senior faculty members and 20 PhD students. In the last three years 10 PhD students defended at DCE. During, the last 15 years, the group has participated in 13 EU-funded collaborative projects. DCE achieved the highest ranking of all the Estonian IT-related research groups in a recent evaluation carried out by an international jury. DCE has a pioneering position in developing the theory of decision diagrams for multi-level diagnostic modelling of digital embedded systems. The most important results have been achieved in verification, test generation, fault tolerance and error diagnosis fields. DCE annually publishes approximately 40 peer-reviewed papers in the reputed journals and conferences in the field. Many research frameworks have been developed in-house and actively used for new research algorithms implementation and evaluation decision diagrams based framework APRICOT and an open-source framework zamiaCAD. 


  • Prof. Maksim Jenihhin (RESCUE Coordinator)
  • Prof. Jaan Raik
  • Prof. Raimund Ubar
  • Prof. Gert Jervan
  • Dr. Kristina Vassiljeva (RESCUE Quality of Life Officer)
  • Mari Šavel (RESCUE Management Support Team Member)
BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg, DE
Delft University of Technology, NL
Politecnico di Torino, IT
Cadence Design Systems GmbH, DE
IROC Technologies, FR
Intrinsic-ID B.V., NL
IHP - Innovations for High Performance Microelectronics GmbH, DE
Robert Bosch GmbH, DE
The RESCUE ETN project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions for research, technological development and demonstration, under grant n. 722325.
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