The conference will take place in the Delta Centre of the University of Tartu. The building brings together a vibrant community of students, researchers and innovators in the fields of computer science, robotics, technology, mathematics, statistics, economics, management and business. Delta Centre combines learning, excellence in research and the challenges of business and society, creating innovative solutions for economic and social progress.
With its unique architecture and organisational structure, Delta represents a step-change in cross-disciplinary studies and research, as well as in how the university interacts with business and society. It was designed by architectural bureau Arhitekt 11 and the 24,000 m2 building was built by construction companies Rand and Tuulberg and Ehitustrust. With its state-of-the-art architecture and location in the heart of Tartu, Delta is an important landmark in Tartu cityscape.
The Delta Centre has been nominated for multiple awards, including:
- Estonian Association of Interior Architects 2020 annual award
- The Estonian Landscape Architects Union’s 2020 annual award
- City of Tartu act of the year 2020