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The Klaus Advanced Computing Building, an interdisciplinary computing technology building accommodates the College of Computing and the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering. The building houses teaching and research environments providing facilities and technologies for robotics, supercomputing, information security, advanced digital design, computer architecture, and operating systems. Specifically, the building houses seventy laboratories, eight computer class laboratories, five large classrooms with distance learning capabilities, study lounges, faculty and administrative offices, and a 200 seat auditorium. Special features include high bandwidth fiber LAN connectivity providing access to a wired/wireless network, high speed direct Internet connection, and computer connections at each classroom/conference room seat. Sustainable features include heat recovery coils in the main air handling units, the use of reclaimed air handling unit condensate, occupancy and daylight sensors for lighting, low flow plumbing fixtures, and cisterns for rainwater retention.
The Klaus Advanced Computing Building received a 2007 Engineering Excellence Honor Award from the American Council of Engineering Companies and the Georgia Engineering Alliance.
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