The self-diffusion of Ru in the temperature range of (1267-1373) K and the Ru diffusion in pure aluminum in the temperature range of (632-873) K is reported. Difficulties were encountered when working with Ru as matrix (its brittleness at room temperature impeded a good sectioning) and they are the reason why only the order of magnitude of the self-diffusion in the small range of temperature studied is given. For Ru diffusion in aluminum, two experimental techniques were used: the conventional serial sectioning with use of a radiotracer, 103Ru, for the highest temperatures and Heavy Ions Rutherford Backscattering Spectrometry (HIRBS) for the lowest ones. The diffusion parameters are: Q = 199.4 kJ/mol and D0 = 4.1x10-2 m2/s. A comparison is made with Ru diffusion behavior in copper and silver.