Stony Brook University computer science building Stony Brook University Computer Science
The Project
Computer Science Building Atrium Perspective

Set to open in 2014, the 70,000 square foot Computer Science building is undergoing construction between the current Computer Science building and Engineering. The new building will accelerate Stony Brook University’s growth in collaborative research in bioinformatics, smart energy, cyber engineering, physical sciences and the biomedicine field.

Designed to achieve a LEED Silver certification, the highly efficient building will contain a mix of research and teaching labs, a wireless teaching lab, faculty offices and conference areas, including: 

  • Digital media, light dome, graphics, sound booth and wireless sensor research labs
  • 27,000 gross square feet of research lab space, featuring 18 general-purpose computer science research labs and 2 teaching labs
  • 60 faculty and post doc offices
  • Computing practice, work spaces and collaborative learning spaces
  • A 4,000 square foot atrium lobby

Architect: Michell Giurgla Architects is known for developing solutions that  minimize the use of
non-renewable energy sources, reduces production of pollution, and conserves energy. Eight of the partners are LEED accredited professionals, and the firm works with mechanical engineers 
to create truly integrated "green design" solutions, most of which are Gold and Silver certified by the LEED accreditation system. 

Visit detailed floor plans for more information, or contact Alan Greene at 631-632-8304 or Alan.Greene@stonybrook.edu

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