Computer Science department has moved to Gróska building / HÍ námsbraut í tölvunarfræði flýtt í Grósku

Helmut Neukirchen, 23. August 2021

The Computer Science department has moved to the new Gróska building (between Askja building and the DeCode Genetics building -- probably, most people know it, because there is a gym on the ground floor and CCP is located there). The official visiting address is: Bjargargata 1, 102 Reykjavik. You can find us also on OpenStreetMap.

(I still need to find out which address needs to be used for paper mail to end up in the department's post inbox.)

The Computer Science department is on the 3rd floor -- the same floor where CCP is located, however, we are at the southern-most wing of the building -- see the purple lines in the photo below:

Computer Science location within Gróska

 

The floor plan of the Computer Science department is below. I should mark there where the meeting rooms are. For the time being, the two most popular meeting rooms: the big teaching room Ada is GR-321, Alan Turing is honored by room Alan in GR-310.

Floor plan of the Comuter Science department

I am located in room 306. The phone numbers are now routed via MS Teams that I am not going to install on my Linux system: rather call me on my provided mobile phone number.

We are still lacking furniture and for visitors, I had to build our own chairs out of cardbox, e.g.: https://www.wikihow.com/Build-a-Cardboard-Stool or https://www.hometalk.com/diy/decorate/rooms/diy-cardboard-stool-looks-like-wood-31556361?expand_all_questions=1

Update: we just got visitor chairs and some other visitor:

In addition to a bicycle storage room for employees, there are also EV chargers, however an RFID card from Bílahleðslan is needed (if you need the RFID key urgently, rather fetch it from them, because the mail delivery takes two to three weeks) -- they use the IT infrastructure from Everon and some of the involved registration emails are prone to be deleted by spam filters.