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The glass and steel four story $11 million structure features 50,000 square feet of high-tech flexible lab spaces, several equipped conference rooms with expansive glass windows that offer spectacular views of the Wright State campus, and high-speed network with Internet 2 capability, furthering partnerships with WPAFB, local industry, and national as well as international collaborators.
The Kno.e.sis Center and Eminent Scholar's activities are housed on the third floor. They are the focal point for statewide research in advanced data management, visualization, bioinformatics, sensor technologies, and more. Thirteen labs directed by Kno.e.sis' fifteen members are housed primarily on the third floor, as well as lab space on the fourth floor. The Center provides offices for faculty, research scientists without PhD and with PhD, administrative personnel, and visitors.
All labs have state of the art computing. Each researcher has either a workstation (typically dual quad processors, 4GB, .5/1 TB disk) or a laptop (and in many cases both).
Center has three racks of servers in a server room that host the following:
Additionally, a number of projects requiring high performance computing use Ohio Supercomputer Center, and large Oracle installation for use by Kno.e.sis projects is hosted by the University's central computing facility.
Kno.e.sis is an Ohio Center of Excellence on Knowledge-enabled Computing (Kno.e.sis), which has 15 faculty members from five colleges (including seven Computer Science faculty members) and 50+ researchers.