Practical Ideas from Professors: Teaching Standards in Information Technology

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Taavi Valdlo

Taavi Valdlo has been an ICT standardization lecturer at Tallinn University of Technology and Tallinn University, both located in the capital of Estonia, since 2007. He is a member of the European Standardization Academy (EURAS), and previously served as: secretary of the Estonian IT Standardization Technical Committee, a member of the European multi-stakeholder platform on ICT standardization, and as a member of the CEN/CENELEC ICT Forum. From 2005 until 2014, Valdlo served as Specialist in Charge of IT Standardization for the Estonian Department of State Information Systems, Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications. Prior to that he was Senior Standardization Expert of the Estonian Informatics Centre.

About the Department of Informatics in the Faculty of Information Technology at the Tallinn University of Technology

With a research and teaching staff of approximately 150, the Faculty of Information Technology at Tallinn University of Technology (TUT) in Tallinn, Estonia, instructs approximately 2500 students. Within the Faculty of Information Technology is the Department of Informatics, which offers a B.Sc. and an M.Sc. in Informatics, a B.Sc. and an M.Sc. (Master of Science in Engineering) in Business Information Technology, and a Ph.D. in Informatics. Research labs in the Faculty of Information Technology include the Industrial Data Mining Laboratory, the Laboratory of Socio-Technical Systems, the Laboratory of Sensor Systems and Web Services, and the Laboratory of E-Government Development Technologies. General informatics classes are also offered in a majority of study programs at TUT.

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