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Tarmo Uustalu viidud ajaloo lk eraldi
en:yldinfo [2016/06/04 20:13] (current)
Tarmo Uustalu [Activity]
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 The Institute of Cybernetics (IoC) is a research and development institution at the [[http://www.ttu.ee/|Tallinn University of Technology (TUT)]]. The Institute of Cybernetics (IoC) is a research and development institution at the [[http://www.ttu.ee/|Tallinn University of Technology (TUT)]].
  
-Read about the history of the institute.+Read about the institute's [[en:kroonika:ajalugu|history]].
  
  
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 ====== Activity ====== ====== Activity ======
  
-The Institute of Cybernetics is active in research and development and in PhD tuition. A common characteristic of the rather diverse research areas pursued at the institute (mechanics and applied mathematics, control systems, computer science) is application of mathematical methods. +The Institute of Cybernetics is active in research and development and in PhD tuition. A common characteristic of the research topics pursued at the institute (mechanics and applied mathematics, control systems, computer science) is application of mathematical methods. 
  
 The funding of the research and development activity of the institute is entirely project-based. Domestically, we are mainly funded through the baseline funding and institutional and personal research grants of the [[http://www.hm.ee/|Ministry of Education and Research]] and the [[http://www.etag.ee/|Estonian Research Council]]. A significant part of our funding is provided by projects of the European Union (structural funds projects, framework programme projects).  The funding of the research and development activity of the institute is entirely project-based. Domestically, we are mainly funded through the baseline funding and institutional and personal research grants of the [[http://www.hm.ee/|Ministry of Education and Research]] and the [[http://www.etag.ee/|Estonian Research Council]]. A significant part of our funding is provided by projects of the European Union (structural funds projects, framework programme projects). 
  
-The research in systems biology of <html><a href="http://www.ioc.ee/wiki/doku.php?id=en:strukt:inimesed&pid=78">Marko Vendelin</a></html> and his colleagues has been funded by the [[http://www.wellcome.ac.uk/|Wellcome Trust]].+In 2016, IoC is carrying out 4 institutional research grant projects, 5 personal research grant projects and 2 projects of the national programme on Estonian language technology.
  
 From 2002 to 2007, IoC was the home for two out of the seven Estonian national centres of excellence in research of the period: the [[http://cens.ioc.ee/|Centre for Nonlinear Studies, CENS]], and the [[http://cdc.ioc.ee/|Centre for Dependable Computing, CDC]].  From 2002 to 2007, IoC was the home for two out of the seven Estonian national centres of excellence in research of the period: the [[http://cens.ioc.ee/|Centre for Nonlinear Studies, CENS]], and the [[http://cdc.ioc.ee/|Centre for Dependable Computing, CDC]]. 
  
-[[http://cs.ioc.ee/excs/|Estonian Centre of Excellence in Computer Science, EXCS,]] was one of the seven Estonian national centres of excellence in research 2008-2015. CENS was one of the five additional national centres of excellence 2011-2015.+[[en:projektid:excs|Estonian Centre of Excellence in Computer Science, EXCS,]] was one of the seven Estonian national centres of excellence in research 2008-2015. CENS was one of the five additional national centres of excellence 2011-2015.
  
-In 2016-2023, the research groups of IoC are part of two out of the nine national centres of excellence: Excellence in IT in Estonia, EXCITE, and the Centre of Estonian Studies, CEES.+In 2016-2023, the research groups of IoC are part of two out of the nine national centres of excellence: [[en:projektid:excite|Excellence in IT in Estonia, EXCITE]], and the [[en:projektid:cees|Centre of Excellence in Estonian Studies, CEES]].