Buildings & Facilities

College of Computing Building

 

College of Computing Building (CCB)

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The CCB is home to the administrative offices for the College and the Institute for Robotics & Intelligent Machines (IRIM).

The building also houses nine instructional classrooms and three computer labs. The labs are available to students taking a CS course requiring specialized resources. They provide over 30 seats to service CS courses that require special software or capabilities not readily available in the general clusters provided by OIT.  

The CCB provides meeting space for undergraduate and graduate student organizations and a spacious commons area. The common area has ample seating and computer networking which fosters both formal and informal learning opportunities and collaboration. A highly visible conference room is available to all faculty, staff, and students for conducting meetings with remote collaborators. The conference room is equipped with a Cisco TelePresence C40 system.

A 2,000-square-foot data center provides over 500 kilowatts of power and cooling capacity for the College‚Äôs research and instructional computational servers. An advanced infrastructure providing 1 Gbps networking to all ports with a 10 Gbps uplink to the campus network as well as high-density 802.11n wireless networking support.
 

College of Computing Klaus Advanced Computing building

Klaus Advanced Computing Building (KACB)

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The 414,000-square-foot Klaus Advanced Computing Building is located in the heart of the Georgia Tech campus.

KACB is home to School of Computer ScienceSchool of Computational Science and Engineering, six research centers, and over 20 research labs spanning multiple research groups. The building also contains some of the most advanced computing labs and innovative educational technology in the world. There are 70 research laboratories, six instructional labs, and five large classrooms.

The building contains open collaboration spaces, study lounges and graduate student offices, all with ample power and networking ports. There is a 200-seat auditorium and state of the art conference facilities that accommodate several of the College's special events, lectures and meetings.

All conference rooms are equipped with projection technology, table networking and power. A highly visible conference room is available to all faculty, staff and students for conducting meetings with remote collaborators. It is equipped with a Polycom HDX 8000 video conferencing system

A 500-square-foot data center in the building providing 80 kilowatts of power and cooling capacity for critical enterprise servers. The building's advanced infrastructure provides 1 Gpbs networking to all ports with a 10 Gbps uplink to the campus network as well as high-density 802.11n wireless networking support

The KACB is LEED gold-certified, with environmentally friendly features such as:

  • Creative use of the 6-acre urban campus site to preserve over 50 percent of the site as green space
  • A stormwater collection system to provide water for irrigation
  • Energy-efficient heating, cooling and lighting systems
  • Extensive use of recyclable materials
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Please contact J. Stacey Grayson, Administrative Coordinator, with any questions not listed on this page. 

TSRB

Technology Square Research Building (TSRB)

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Located in the innovative and pedestrian-friendly, mixed-use Technology Square district of Georgia Tech. Map and directions

TSRB is home to the School of Interactive Computing, GVU Center, and over 15 College of Computing research labs spanning multiple research groups.

The building also houses state of the art conference facilities that accommodate several of the College's special events, lectures and meetings. A 400-square-foot data center providing 100 kilowatts of power and cooling capacity for several research computational servers. The building's advanced infrastructure provides 1 Gbps networking to all ports with a 10 Gbps uplink to the campus network as well as high-density 802.11n wireless networking support.