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Graduate students in Electrical Engineering at RU's School of Science and Engineering will from now be able to graduate with a double degree from RU and Aalto University in Finland.Read more
The Fisheries Challenge (Hnakkathon) of RU and Fisheries Iceland, will take place at Reykjavik University January 19th to 21st. The winning team will visit the Seafood Expo North America in Boston in March, courtesy of Icelandair and the US Embassy in Iceland.
The competition is open to all RU students, free of charge. Teams or individuals register by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org by January 17th. Participants can form teams of up to 5 people, which should preferably be made up by students in different studies.
Hnakkathon is a competition for aspiring experts in environmental issues, marketing, software, technology and logistics to prove their capabilities and talent by developing solutions for the seafood industry, one of Iceland‘s main economic pillars.
The event is organised in cooperation between Reykjavik University and Fisheries Iceland.Read more
The Iceland School of Energy, a part of Reykjavik University offering a set of master's degrees in sustainable energy and engineering, is proud to announce that Dr. Juliet Newson has joined its team as the School's new Director.Read more
The first radio-frequency anechoic chamber in Iceland can now be found in the basement of the RU University Campus. The chamber has been customized for the needs (and budget) of the Engineering Optimization & Modeling Center (EOMC) at RU. It is about 7m x 4m x 3m in size, electrically shielded, and covered inside with aborbers that suppress reflections of electromagnetic waves within it.Read more