The two story Systems Research and Academic Building houses instructional and interdisciplinary research clusters directed toward integrating complex systems in an environment of rapid technological change. The building allows for collaboration and cooperation across disciplines that are often housed in separate departments with separate disciplines and colleges. The flexible instructional space and research space accommodates the current and future needs of research-intensive disciplines including Biological Systems, Chemical Systems, Modeling and Simulation, Physics, Computational Mechanics, and Nanotechnology. The building contains project and research laboratories, an ISO 6 cleanroom, and a two story multipurpose area.
This project is the recipient of an Award of Merit from Hampton Roads Association for Commercial Real Estate Excellence in Development Design Award in the category of Best Educational Building in 2014.
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