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Zoom webinar March 9th 2021 “Stress management and burn-out prevention”

ASTRA “TTÜ arenguprogramm aastateks 2016-2022”

Stress management and burn-out prevention

The requirement is to participate in the on-screen video throughout the training.

Pre-registration is required (max 50 places) and is opened via Doodle up to March, 1, 2021:

Zoom webinar March 9th 2021
Place: Zoom
Language: English
Trainer: Kristel Jalak (PhD)


9:00 – 10:30
(with short breaks) Introduction, stress reaction purpose, origin and evaluation,
recognizing stress symptoms in body, emotions, thoughts and behavior.
10:30 – 10:45 Break
10:45 – 12:15 Work-related stressors. Thinking as a internal stressor, distorted thoughts cycle and coping techniques with twisted thoughts

12:15 – 13:00 Break (lunch)
13:00 – 14:30 (with short breaks)

Stress management three levels and stages. Techniques to use on
personal and network level in each stage.
Stress, burn-out and depression: differences in symptoms,
causes and management.
Burnout origin, stages and risks.

14:30 – 14:45 Break
14:45 – 16.15 (with short breaks)

Burnout prevention techniques: life interests, social support
network, balance in life – wellness wheel.
Personal action plan for stress management.

Webinar working methods include different tasks of self-analysis and self-evaluation,
discussions in larger and smaller groups, visualized short lectures; and require active

Trainer is Kristel Jalak (PhD).

Tel.: +372 50 62 544

30.a. management experience, HR manager experience since 1999.
(ARIB, PepsiCo, Cleanaway, Enics); Adult educator since 1996;
communication coach since 1999; 2004 – 2007 Training of Hancock's
public presentation skills coach (Moscow, London); 2018 Bowman
Brain-Friendly Adult Education Methodology Training (London).
DevelopDesign consultant and trainer since 2008.
Estonian Trainer of the Year 2019
Professional certificates issued, level V (= EstQF 8):
2005 – Human Resources Manager
2006 – Communication coach
2010 – Andragogue / adult educator (indefinitely)
Trainer's CV and qualification documents, see (in Estonian language)

jaan. 28

Series of lectures on metal 3D printing by Professor Moataz Attallah

ASTRA “TUT Institutional Development Program for 2016-2022” GRADUATE SCHOOL OF



Series of lectures on metal 3D printing


Professor Moataz Attallah,
School of Metallurgy and Materials, University of Birmingham, Edgbaston, Birmingham, B15 2TT, UK


Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 813 8580 8827

Passcode: 786641

  3. February 2021


 11:30-13.00 (2. academic hours)- Introduction into Metal Additive Manufacturing;

This lecture covers the need for additive manufacturing following its development from polymer rapid prototyping methods in metal additive manufacturing. The lecture will give an overview of the key metal additive manufacturing techniques  (direct energy deposition, powder bed, and beamless technologies) giving an overview of their applications advantages and limitations.

  • Introduction to 3D Printing: process development, types (powder bed, direct energy deposition, laminated manufacturing, etc…), application to rapid prototyping for polymers, the underlying materials science (e.g. polymer types, polymers response with temperature).
  • Introduction to Metal-based 3D Printing: techniques, applications, and capabilities, etc…
  • Feed-stock material for metals and polymers: filaments, resins, powder, and wire.

13:30-15:00 (2 academic hours)- The 10-Rules of metal additive manufacturing:

The aim of this lecture is to establish 10 basic rules for metal 3D printing, which address a number of critical aspects for metal 3D printing, which are: the processability of a material, the impact of platform, post-processing, approaches for process optimisation, inspection techniques, and the feedstock. The course also discusses the potential defects that occur due to metal 3D printing, suggesting approaches for mitigating them through process optimisation and post-processing.


Learning Outcomes: By the end of this course, the attendee will be able to:

  1. Identify whether a material is processable by AM or not.
  2. Highlight the metallurgical issues with metal AM.
  3. Understand the approaches for process optimisation for AM.
  4. Assess the impact of AM on performance (mechanical properties).
  5. Recognise the defects associated with AM, and how to mitigate them.
  6. Highlight the benefits of AM for non-conventional applications.

15:45-16:30 (1 academic hours)- Case Studies.

This lecture covers some Case Studies & Applications for metal additive manufacturing in the following sectors: biomedical implant, automotive, oil & gas, aerospace.


 4. February 2021


11:30-13.00 (2. academic hours)- To Post Process Or Not to Post-Process

An overall perspective on the the utility of post-processing techniques for additive manufacturing namely hot isostatic pressing (HIPping) machining and heat treatments will be explored focusing on its application toNi-superalloys Ti-alloys Al-alloys and functional  alloys (TiNi shape memory alloys and soft magnetic alloys). It is obvious that HIPping (usually combined with a further heat treatment in Ni-superalloys and Al-alloys) results in an improvement in the mechanical properties especially tensile and fatigue properties by collapsing the residual pores and lack of fusion defects.However the impact of post-processing in general on the microstructural mechanical and functional properties needs to be understood to determine its utility. The talk also highlights cases for other materials where post-processing was unable to rectify the process-induced defects.

13:30-15:00 (2 academic hours)- Post-Processing Methods: Thermal Post-Processing

This lecture explains the changes associated with thermal treatment of material, including recovery, recrystallisation, and annealing.

15:45-16:30 (1 academic hours)-Post-Processing Methods: Surface Finishing

The lecture covers some of the key surface finishing methods that are employed for metal additive manufacturing.


Further information: Ilona Oja Acik,, 6203369

nov. 05

FMTDK doktorantide esinemisoskuste 1+1 koolitus 20.11.2020 ja 27.11.2020

Tartu Ülikooli ASTRA projekt PER ASPERA

Funktsionaalsete materjalide ja  tehnoloogiate doktorikool (FMTDK)


FMTDK doktorantide esinemisoskuste 1+1 koolitus

20.11.2020 ja 27.11.2020,

PHYSICUM, W.Ostwaldi 1, Tartu.



Mari-Liis Järg, juhtiv koolitaja, DevelopDesign®, täiskasvanute koolitaja, täiskasvanukoolitaja-suhtlemistreeneri kutsetunnistus EKR 7 tase,

Koolitust viivad läbi kaks koolitajat.


KOOLITUSE PROGRAMM (rühma suurus 9 inimest)

20.11.2020, PHYSICUM A411 ( IV korrus)

9.00 – 9.30                   Registreerumine ja hommikukohv ( A411).

9.30 – 13.00                 I blokk: Esinemise eesmärgistamine, ettevalmistamine ja aja planeerimine. Esinemise alustamine, enda esitlemine, kontakti loomine ja hoidmine kuulajatega; informeeriv ja veenev esinemine.

13.00 – 13.45              LÕUNASÖÖK

13.45 – 17.00              II blokk:Esinemise struktuur, oma seisukohtade esitlemine ja individuaalse kõnetehnika harjutamine (sh videoharjutus).

15.00 – 15.15              Kohvipaus

15.15 – 17.00              Esinemise lõpetamine, näitlikustamine, materjalide kasutamine. Kodutöö konverentsi ettekande ettevalmistamine.



PHYSICUM ruumid A411ja A402 (IV korrus)

9.00 – 9.30                     Hommikukohv A411

9.30 – 13.00                   III blokk: Esinemisoskuste harjutamine, ettekande pidamine (videoharjutus), harjutuse analüüs. Auditooriumi küsimustele vastamise harjutamine, kuulajate vastupanuga toimetulek (A411, A402).

13.00 – 13.45                 LÕUNASÖÖK

13.45 – 15.00                 IV blokk: Esinemisoskuste harjutamine, videoharjutuse analüüs jätkub. Esinemishirm ja sellega toimetulek.

15.00 – 15.15.                Kohvipaus

15.15 – 16.30                Arutelud, individuaalse arenguplaani koostamine esinejana.


Info: dr Lilli Paama

okt. 13

Prof  Alessandro Ennio Giuseppe PRINETTI loeng-seminar “Glycobiology of the nervous system”

Tartu Ülikooli ASTRA projekt PER ASPERA

Funktsionaalsete materjalide ja tehnoloogiate doktorikool (FMTDK)



 Prof  Alessandro Ennio Giuseppe PRINETTI,

University of Milano, Department of Medical Biotechnology and Translation Medicine, Italy

  1. Glycobiology of the nervous system. Glycolipides ”
  2. “Glycobiology of the nervous system. Glycoproteins, O-GicNAc,GPI anchors”


19.10.2020 kell 8.30

Tartu Ülikool, keemia instituut , Ravila 14a, Tartu, CHEMICUM, aud.1022.

Seminar toimub videosilla Microsoft Teams kaudu.

Konsultatsioonid FMTDK doktorantidele ja juhendajatele 19.10.2020



dr Lilli Paama ,

prof Ago Rinken

okt. 13

Prof Johannes Hirrlingeri loeng-seminar “Brain metabolism: views and news” and “Mouse genetics to study brain functions”

Tartu Ülikooli ASTRA projekt PER ASPERA

Funktsionaalsete materjalide ja tehnoloogiate doktorikool (FMTDK)



  1. Brain metabolism: views and news
  2. Mouse genetics to study brain functions
Prof Johannes Hirrlinger,

University of Leipzig, Germany


21.10.2020 kell 8.30

Tartu Ülikooli keemia instituut , Ravila 14a, Tartu,

CHEMICUM, aud.1020.

Seminar toimub videosilla Microsoft Teams kaudu.

Konsultatsioonid FMTDK doktorantidele ja juhendajatele 21.10.2020


dr Lilli Paama ,

prof Ago Rinken

sept. 30

Neljas vesiniku päev” Vesiniku ja vesiniktehnoloogia seadmete arendamine Tartu Ülikooli keemia instituudis”

08.10.2020 kell 14.00,
Chemicum, aud.1020.
Teadust ja ettevõtlust populariseeriv üritus.

14.00-14.10 prof Enn Lust, Päeva avamine.
14.10-14.40 PhD Ove Oll “Vesiniku roll maailma tehnoloogia neljandas revolutsioonis”

14.40-15.00 PhD Rasmus Palm, “Uudsed lahendused vesiniku ohutuks salvestamiseks ”

15.00-15.20 Anu Adamson,magistrant, ”Turbast sünteesitud süsinik kui Na-ioon patareide oluline komponent”
15.20-15.40 Patrik Teppor,doktorant “Polümeerelektrolüüt-membraankütuse-
elementide hetkeseis”

15.40-16.00 KOHVIPAUS

16.00-16.20 Ove Korjus, doktorant “Tahkeoksiid-kütuseelementide materjalide süntees ja uurimine”
16.20-16.40 PhD Gunnar Nurk”CO2 utliseerimise võimalused elektrokeemilistes reaktorites”
16.40-17.00 Rait Kanarbik,doktorant “Energia salvestuskompleksi arendamine Chemicumis”

17.00-17.20 Timo Suslov, abilinnapea”Vesiniktehnoloogia rakendamisvõimalused Keilas”

17.20-17.40 Jaanus Tamm, projektijuht “Tartu plaanid vesiniktehnoloogia kiireks juurutamiseks”
17.40-18.00 DISKUSSIOON: Vesinik on tulnud, et jääda ja muuta maailma revolutsiooniliselt

sept. 18


ASTRA “TTÜ arenguprogramm aastateks 2016-2022”

LinkedIN WEBINAR, September 21, 2020


Zoom link:
Meeting ID: 857 2141 5422

Language: English
Coach: Indrek Põldvee, B2B Growth OÜ

 Pre-registration is opened via Doodle up to Sept 18, 2020:

Look for the PROGRAM

5 academic hours. Breaks in between.
10:00 -11:30 (2 ac.h):

  • LinkedIn users and statistics,
  • Who uses LinkedIn and why
  • Personal and company profile difference

11:30-11:45 Break
11:45 – 13:15 (2 ac.h)

  • Personal and company profile
  • How to stand out in LinkedIn (practical part, will show examples)
  • Building your network through LinkedIn and how to use it in sales and finding a job (will
    show how and show examples)
  • Posting in LinkedIn

13:15 – 13:25 Break
13:25 – 14:00 (1 ac.h):

  • Personal profile audits if anybody volunteers, profile best pracises examples
  •  Questions and answers

After the training you will know:

  • What is the LinkedIn platform, who uses it, and why you should use it
  • How to make a personal account makeover and start building your network
  • Personal and company brand building basics
  • How to post in LinkedIn

sept. 18

Time management webinar, October 23, 2020

ASTRA “TTÜ arenguprogramm aastateks 2016-2022”

Time management webinar, October 23, 2020


Zoom link:
Meeting ID: 850 4136 4556
Passcode: 395397

Language: English
Coach: Kristjan Otsmann

Log-in to Zoom and virtual welcome coffee: 8:45 – 9:00

sept. 07

GSFMT SUMMER SCHOOL 2020 Modern Technologies for Development of Society”

Tartu University ASTRA project PER ASPERA Graduate School of Functional Materials and Technologies  (GSFMT-FMTDK) project code 2014-2020.4.01.16-0027



“Modern Technologies for Development of Society”


September 15-16, 2020

STRAND SPA & Conference Hotel, A.H.Tammsaare pst. 35, Pärnu



Tuesday, September 15, 2020

8:00 Leave Tartu to PÄRNU from  Ravila 14a, CHEMICUM

10:00 – 10:20 Registration , coffee

10:30 Opening of the Summer School 2020, Prof Enn Lust

Lectures and discussion, moderator: Prof Marco Kirm

10:30 – 11:30   Prof Enn Lust, Institute of Chemistry, University of Tartu, Estonia  Hydrogen Technologies – Innovation for All”

11:30 – 12:30 Sander Ratso, National Institute of Chemical Physics and Biophysics, Estonia Remaining Challenges for Non-Precious Metal Catalysts in Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells”

12:30-  13:30  Lunch

Lectures and discussion, moderator Dr.Toomas Plank

13:30 – 14:30  Dr Rasmus Palm, Institute of Chemistry,University of Tartu, Estonia “Neutron and Muon Methods for the Investigation of Hydrogen  Storage Materials”

14:30 – 15:30  Dr Alan Henry Tkaczyk, Institute of Technology, Univesity of Tartu, Estonia “Assessing Radiological and Environmental Sustainability of Industrial Processes”  

15:30 – 16:00   Coffee

Lectures and discussion, moderators: Prof Jaak Kikas, Prof Marco Kirm

16:00 – 17:00 Dr Rainer Pärna, Institute of Physics, University of Tartu

”Synchrotron Radiation and its Application in Materials Research”

17:00 – 18:00 Dr Mihkel Pajusalu,Tartu Observatory, University of Tartu,Estonia “Optical Navigation and Reconstruction for Space and Terrastial Use”

18:00 –  19:00 Dinner

19:30 – 21:00  Workshop  Ph.D.students, Institute of Chemistry, University of Tartu “GSFMT Summer School Student Mixer”


Wednesday, September 16, 2020

9:00 – 10:00 Breakfast

Lectures and discussion, moderators: Prof Enn Lust, Prof Jaak Kikas, Prof Marco Kirm

10:00 – 11:00 Prof Edwin Kukk, Material Research Laboratory, University of Turku,Finland (Zoom lecture) “Terawatts and Femtoseconds: Spectroscopy at Free Electron Lasers”

11:00 – 12:00 Dr Mihkel Koel, Tallinn University of Technology “Using CO2 in Research and Technology”

12:00 – 13:00  Lunch

13:00 – 14:00  Dr Silvar Kallip, Institute of Chemistry, University of Tartu, Estonia “Observation of localized corrosion by dedicated techniques”

14.00 – 15:00  Dr Marko Kaasik, Institute of Physics, University of Tartu, Estonia Application of Atmospheric Transport Modelling in Industrial Environmental Impact Assessment and Urban Planning”

 15:00 – 15:30 Coffee,  

Discussions. Closing of the Summer School 2020


15:35  Leave  PÄRNU  to Tartu , to Tallinn                            

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GSFMT Summer School 2020 “Modern Technologies for Development of Society” 15-16 September 2020

TÜ ASTRA project PER ASPERA “ Institutional Development Program”  2014-2020.04.01.16-0027


GSFMT Summer School 2020
“Modern Technologies for Development of Society”

15-16 September 2020

STRAND SPA & Conference Hotel,

A.H.Tammsaare pst. 35 PÄRNU


Lecturers from Germany, Sweden, Denmark

The registration starts August 3 to August 23,2020.


Further information:

Dr Lilli Paama

Dr Ilona Oja Acik

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