AI, robotics, and data sciences: Raising the bar for next-gen facility competitiveness

John Walz, PhD

To recruit and retain the brightest minds and tackle new challenges in artificial intelligence, robotics, cybersecurity, and cloud computing, higher ed institutions are now engaged in an arms race of high-powered data infrastructure, strategic industry partnerships, and innovative learning environments. John Walz profiles key capabilities of the just-opened Dwight and Dian Diercks Computational Science Hall and how they will advance MSOE’s priorities of turning out highly competitive, workforce-ready graduates, forging new alliances, and breaking new ground in technology innovation. He highlights distinguishing features of leading-edge classrooms and teaching labs, dedicated spaces for partnerships and faculty, a 250-seat auditorium for guest lectures, and, of course, an NVIDIA supercomputer.

Continuing Education
Professional Development Hour (PDH)