Milwaukee School of Engineering Opens Diercks Computational Science Hall

Published 9-26-2019
  • Milwaukee School of Engineering - Diercks Computational Science Hall
  • Milwaukee School of Engineering - Diercks Computational Science Hall
  • Milwaukee School of Engineering - Diercks Computational Science Hall
  • Milwaukee School of Engineering - Diercks Computational Science Hall
  • Milwaukee School of Engineering - Diercks Computational Science Hall

    Courtesy of Uihlein/Wilson - Ramlow/Stein Architects.

  • Milwaukee School of Engineering - Diercks Computational Science Hall

    Courtesy of Uihlein/Wilson - Ramlow/Stein Architects.

  • Milwaukee School of Engineering - Diercks Computational Science Hall

    Courtesy of Uihlein/Wilson - Ramlow/Stein Architects.

  • Milwaukee School of Engineering - Diercks Computational Science Hall

    Courtesy of Uihlein/Wilson - Ramlow/Stein Architects.

The Milwaukee School of Engineering opened the $34 million Dwight and Dian Diercks Computational Science Hall in September of 2019. Designed by Uihlein/Wilson - Ramlow/Stein Architects to accommodate programs in artificial intelligence, cloud computing, cybersecurity, and robotics, the 65,536-sf facility offers flexible, technology-enhanced classrooms, teaching and research labs, and a 1,024-sf data center with a GPU-accelerated supercomputer. The building also houses a 256-seat auditorium, 25 faculty and staff offices, interaction areas, and space for collaborative research with industry partners. General contractor Mortenson Construction broke ground on the project in mid-2018.

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