The winner of the contest of applied research


The winner of the contest of applied research 2021 has revealed. This year, 20 applications were submitted from different UAS. Evaluation committee elected two best researches of the contest of applied researches.

The winner is Laura Keidong with the thesis “Creating the application COVID-stop manager for infection prevention in the work environment”. The aim of the project was to create and pilot the application COVID-stop manager, which enables companies to monitor the health of their employees and prevent possible outbreaks of infections caused by the COVID virus. During the project, a working COVID-stop manager application was created, including the mobile version. The application was piloted in five companies. The feedback from the piloting companies to the application was positive. It is a useful application, the efficiency of which requires additional communication in society.

The committee also decided to recognize with a scholarship Lauri Labe thesis “ Life Cycle Assessment of Concrete on the Example of the Company Betoonimeister AS ” . The aim of the thesis was to examine concretes impact on the environment, using life cycle assessment method.

In addition, the committee highlighted two researches Marija Kokurina „Return on investment analysis to develop borescope inspection of gas turbine engines capability for the company Xfly ”

and Hendrik Pillmann whose thesis was aimed at identifying risks from Internet of Things (IoT) technology devices toward users and public sector administrative institutions.

The contest was carried out in collaboration with the Foundation of Estonian UAS and Tallinn Enterprise Centre. Festive award ceremony will take place in Tallinn.

Congratulations to the winner and all the participants!