Programm

PROGRAMME

   9.45     Registration and coffee A202
10.15      Plenary session A204
12.15      Lunchbreak (not included)
13.00      Special sessions
14.45      Discussion and coffee at 14.45 in room A202

     PRESENTATION LENGHTS

Presentations at plenary session up to 12 minutes
Presentations at special sessions up to 10 minutes

 

PLENARY SESSION
Thursday 20. april at 10.15
Fr. R. Kreutzwaldi 56/1, room A204

       Chair: Alo Allik, PhD

1. Opening speech
       Ülle Jaakma, Vice-Rector of Research at Estonian University of Life Sciences
       Margus Arak, Director of Institute of Technology, Estonian University of Life Sciences
2. Strawberry leaf surface temperature dynamics measured by thermal camera
       Henri Tamm, MSc student in Energy Engineering
3. A Mathematical model to evaluate Biogas yield from Bio-degradable waste materials
      Jude Awele Okolie, MSc student at Tallinn University of Technology
4. Finding the optimal flow of the flue gas to insure the maximum carbon dioxide uptake by a microalgae in a photobioreactor
       Albert Avarand, MSc student in Production Engineering
5. Development of drone logistics
       Andre Kukke, MSc student in Production Engineering
6. Work ability dynamics depending on type of work cycle and gender of workers in a glass industry
       Reimu Saaremaa, MSc student in Ergonomics

            Lunchbreak 12.15-12.45

 

ENERGY ENGINEERING
Thursday 20. april at 13.00

Fr. R. Kreutzwaldi 56/1, room A204

        Chair: PhD student Erkki Jõgi

1. Using RGB LEDs for decorating home
      Aap Erik, MSc student in Energy Engineering
2. Stroke parameters measurement in rowing and sculling
       Ranel Sarapuu, MSc student in Energy Engineering
3. Measuring the temperature of running water in pipelines
       Heiki Lill, MSc student in Energy Engineering
4. Types of wind turbines
      Valmar Puusepp, MSc student in Energy Engineering
5. What is efficiency
       Sergei Malinovski, MSc student in Energy Engineering
6. Synthetic generator for simulation of renewable energy sources
       Karl Randmaa, MSc student in Energy Engineering
7. SMA sunny solar box irradiance sensor
       Ivo Rohula, MSc student in Energy Engineering
8. Producing energy with photovoltaic panels
         Matheas Mändlo, MSc student in Energy Engineering

              Discussion and coffee at 14.45 in room A202​

 

PRODUCTION ENGINEERING
Thursday 20. april at 13.00
Fr. R. Kreutzwaldi 56/1, ruum B136

       Chair: PhD student Vahur Rooni

1. Alternative gear set production methods for planetary gearbox
       Marten Noorem, MSc student in Production Engineering
2. 3D printing of thermoplastic polyurethane
       Egon Hermanson, MSc student in Production Engineering
3. Maintenance mechanism for army cable
       Karel Tops, MSc student in Production Engineering
4. The effect of unsprung mass on the traction and driving quality on the basis of an electric motorcycle
       Priit Lille, MSc student in Production Engineering
5. Modeling of shear pin for an industrial robot end effector
       Indrek Virro, MSc student in Production Engineering
6. Tractor´s wheel slip on a meadow
      Karl Kadaja, MSc student in Production Engineering
7. Test method of planer knife wear
      Kuldar Kark, MSc student in Production Engineering
8. Development of tire pressure monitoring system
      Kevin Liimask, MSc student in Production Engineering
9. Experiment planning methodology of determining force needed for plastic film retrieval from soil
      Kaubo Kesküla, MSc student in Production Engineering

           Discussion and coffee at 14.45 in room A202​

 

ERGONOMICS
Thursday 20. april at 13.00
Fr. R. Kreutzwaldi 56/1, ruum A220

      Chair: PhD student Märt Reinvee

1. Prevalence of musculoskeletal disorders among the workers in hospital rehabilitation department
       Pirgit Peedosaar, MSc student in Ergonomics
2. Occupational Hazards and Musculoskeletal Disorders Among Rotary Milking Parlor Operators
       Esta Sild, MSc student in Ergonomics
3. Artificial lighting’s influence on the working efficiency of office workers and teachers in educational-research buildings and offices
       Evelin Teras, MSc student in Ergonomics
4. Analysis of human performance measurement methods for electrical lighting research
       Vitali Gussev, MSc student in Ergonomics
5. Work related risk factors, job efficiency and musculoskeletal disorders among waiters and waitresses
       Markus Himma, MSc student in Ergonomics

          Discussion and coffee at 14.45 in room A202​