The Icelandic Heart Association and Reykjavik University have an open PhD position for three years. The research project aims at applying systems biology approaches to Alzheimer's disease.Read more
Alan Turing has been called the father of computer science and artificial intelligence research. Dr. Ýmir Vigfússon, assistant professor at RU´s School of Computer Science, devoted his weekly radio talk on RUV´s Morning Radio to the amazing achievements and tragic fate of Mr. Turing.Read more
A team of RU undergraduate Computer Scientists reached the finals in the ACM programming contest, this last Sunday, taking 13th place out of 92 international teams.Read more
The RU Programming Contest was held last Saturday simultaneously with the Nordic Collegiate Programming Contest 2013 all over Scandinavia.Read more
Kristinn R. Thórisson and Eric Nivel have received the 2013 Kurzweil Award for Best AGI Idea. No strangers to this prestigious award, they received them last year as well.Read more
Masters- and doctoral studies, MBA, Exchange Students. Thursday August 15 at 13:00 - 16:00. Room V101Read more
The President of Finland, Sauli Niinisto, who was on official business in Iceland, took time to attend a meeting at RU on information and innovation in industries.
June 1st to 2nd The School of Computer Science hosted a Hackathon presented by Siminn and hosted by Greenqloud in connection with Startup Iceland.Read more