Research integrity

Research at the University of Tartu follows the principles of the Estonian Code of Conduct for Research Integrity. The code of conduct for research integrity describes the conduct expected from researchers and the responsibility of research institutions in ensuring research integrity, thus contributing to the increase of credibility of research in the eyes of the individual and the public. For more information on research ethics in Estonia, see the Ethics in Estonia web page.

Hea teadustava

University of Tartu Research Ethics Committee

The best in 3-minute thesis competition

Best three-minute lectures dealt with mathematics, economy and wetlands

Tõnu Esko tutvustamas uut strateegiat

University of Tartu helps bring Estonia’s health technology sector to an international level


Doctoral defence: Shakshi Sharma “Fighting Misinformation in the Digital Age: A Comprehensive Strategy for Characterizing, Identifying, and Mitigating Misinformation on Online Social Media Platforms“