Dedicated Computing Announces Partnership with MSOE
MILWAUKEE, WI (March 8, 2019) – Dedicated Computing recently announced their partnership and support of the new Dwight and Dian Diercks Computational Science Hall at the Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE). The new building, slated to open in Fall 2019, will position MSOE at the forefront of artificial intelligence education and next-generation technologies.
The partnership provides Dedicated Computing naming rights for the “Dedicated Computing Data Analytics Laboratory” — which offers students a data-rich reconfigurable laboratory space that will evolve with the curriculum.
“MSOE was built on partnerships with industry and we’re proud to continue that tradition,” said Dr. John Walz, president of MSOE. “We are relying on our partners to support our bold step forward into this transformative learning space.”
According to the MSOE website, the new Diercks Hall features open and engaging spaces that will support collaboration between students, faculty and industry. Modern interactive classrooms will provide flexible learning spaces for all of MSOE’s academic programs, and a 256-seat auditorium combined with a central event space will serve as a public forum for MSOE, industry and the community.
Collaborative spaces will allow MSOE students to bring their best solutions to life, working alongside industry partners, such as Dedicated Computing, while the NVIDIA GPU-powered supercomputer will provide the computing power.
For the full press release from MSOE, click here.
To see more of how Dedicated Computing is supporting our community, click here