3D printed organs and lessons in computer hacking: RU showcases the latest in IT


According to custom, RU put on a fun and informative show at this year´s UTmessa, an annual show dedicated to the latest in Information Technology (IT). The UTmessa is held in Harpa concert hall in Reykjavík and draws a great crowd each year. 

Students and teachers at RU showcased their research and various projects. For instance, you could learn the basics of computer hacking, see 3D printed organs, look at ideas for a new Iceland Stadium, try out computer games developed by students and much, much more. 

The photos speak for themselves:

UT7The computer assimilation competition, hosted by students of RU School of Computer Science.

UT13Íris Dröfn, a graduate student in biomedical engineering, shows her student project. 

UT14Guests try out the Formula Student racing car built by students in RU´s School of Science and Engineering.

See more photos on the RU Facebook page.