The School of Computing is housed in Avery Hall, which reopened in 2004 after a complete renovation. Avery's academic elegance coupled with state-of-the-art classrooms makes it a comfortable home for the department. Administrative offices and the director's office are located in Avery Hall, Room 256. A list of offices and classrooms is available here.
June and Paul Schorr III Center for Computer Science and Engineering Research
The June and Paul Schorr III Center for Computer Science and Engineering Research houses the majority of the Systems faculty, their research labs and graduate assistants, and some administrative staff. The building has conference rooms and atrium spaces that are available for rental. A floor map of the Schorr Center is available here.
The Schorr Center is also home to the Holland Computing Center, which provides campus-wide services to researchers who need high-performance computing resources. Powerful supercomputers located in the facility are used by scientists and engineers to study topics such as nanoscale chemistry, subatomic physics, meteorology, crash-worthiness and artificial intelligence. Holland resources are also used by students at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln for several courses.
The June and Paul Schorr III Center for Computer Science and Engineering Research was made possible by a generous donation from Chip Schorr in honor of his parents who are graduates and long-time supporters of the University.