Dr. Allen and Charlotte Ginsburg Human-Centered Computation Hall

Building a New Home for Computer Science at USC

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Science and technology are playing a more vital role than ever in every aspect of life, and the USC Viterbi Department of Computer Science is leading the way, helping to find solutions to the world’s most challenging problems.

Planned for a 2024 opening and located at University Park Campus, USC Viterbi’s 116,000 square-foot Dr. Allen and Charlotte Ginsburg Human-Centered Computation Hall will integrate all of our computer science programs into a transformative seven-story structure that will:

  • Advance USC Viterbi’s role in improving and benefiting society through areas including artificial intelligence, machine learning and robotics
  • Attract the best students and faculty by creating an environment in which they flourish
  • Serve as a living laboratory that supports USC’s commitment to sustainability, health and well-being
  • Set the bar for USC’s zero-energy emission as the first LEED Platinum certified building at USC
  • Engineer a better world for all humanity

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Lobby From Entry

Aerial View

Aerial View

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Auditorium

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Flying Lab

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Computer Use

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Conference Room

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Lobby From North

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Northeast View

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Faculty Lounge

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Lab

USC Ginsburg Hall Server Room

Server Room

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Exterior View

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Facility Features

Dr. Allen and Charlotte Ginsburg Human-Centered Computation Hall will be home to:

  • Modern computational laboratories that easily accommodate reconfigurations as USC’s needs change over time
  • Flexible meeting and study and open spaces that promote collaboration among students, researchers, faculty members and visitors
  • Open plan and glass walls maximize transparency and integration among labs, offices and public spaces
  • Dedicated space for student organizations
  • Department administrative and student services suite
  • Faculty offices
  • 300+ seat auditorium
  • Convergence plaza
  • Sunken garden
  • Access to good transit and bicycle facilities
  • Rainwater management
  • Light and water efficiency
  • Solar panels
  • Open atrium letting in fresh air and light and efficient radiant heating.

Construction

HOK is designing the Dr. Allen and Charlotte Ginsburg Human-Centered Computation Hall. They discuss this transformative project here. To see a live camera of the site in progress, please click here. A website with construction updates can be found here.

Philanthropic Support

For information about the different ways you can support the new home of computer science at USC — including various naming opportunities — please contact Christine Napolitano at 805-479-7058 for individual opportunities or Maurena Nacheff-Benedict at 310-766-1223 for corporate and foundation interest.

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Published on May 6th, 2021

Last updated on October 18th, 2022