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3. SEPTEMBER BEGINS NEW YEAR OF STUDIES

On Monday, September 3, calling ceremony, which will be held at the Riga Technical University (RTU) student camp in Ķīpsala, will be officially launched in 2018/2019. academic year of study. Event will start at 10.30 am in the Column, located on the square between the Student Service Hotel, Electronics and Telecommunications, Materials Science and Applied […]

RTU students’ visit wooden construction companies and MeKA

On November 30 all students of RTU Faculty of Civil Engineering and other interested persons are invited to go on an excursion to two wooden construction companies and the Institute of Forestry and Wood Products Research and Development. Guided tour plan: 9.00 meeting RTU BIF in Kipsala 10.00 visit NORDIC HOMES 12.00 Visit Cross Timber […]

RTU students are invited to participate in the construction competition “Paper Bridges 4”

Student Self-government of the Riga Technical University (RTU), Faculty of Civil Engineering, invites all interested persons to participate in the world’s toughest paper bridge construction competition, which will take place on November 2 at. 16.30 at the Faculty of Architecture, Kipsalas iela 6. The bridge will have to be constructed of 50 A4 sheets and […]

RTU scientists prove themselves in the world space research

We need to be once in four five years alive, proven and in the right place, at the right moment, says the leading researcher Kaspars Kalniņš, the RTU FCE Institute of Materials Science and Design Institute (RTU FCE), in the broadcast “Eyewitness”. Scientist with a space grip – this is what she describes as the […]

RTU develops technologies for safe future space satellites

Scientists of the Faculty of Civil Engineering at Riga Technical University (RTU) have been developing space satellite manufacturing technologies for the European Space Agency that will increase the safety of satellites and significantly lower production and operational costs for future missions. The task of RTU scientists — to investigate the impact of visually hard detectable […]