Virginia Science & Technology Campus
The George Washington University’s Virginia Science & Technology Campus is a hub for research in engineering and the sciences. The 100-acre campus in Loudoun County, Va., sits in the heart of Northern Virginia’s technology corridor.
The campus is home to research and educational partnerships with industry and government leaders. Its myriad collaborations include:
- National Crash Analysis Center, a collaboration among academia, industry and the federal government to explore and improve road safety and security.
- Center for Intelligent Systems Research, conducing research regarding neural networks, fuzzy logic and genetic algorithms to solve a variety of transportation problems.
- Center for High-Performance Reconfigurable Computing, a national center and consortium for research funding by the National Science Foundation with partners from academia, government and industry.
- Institute for Massively Parallel Applications and Computing Technologies, which advances interdisciplinary research, education and training in high-performance computing.
Along with research centers and partnerships, the campus offers more than 20 graduate degrees in areas including information systems technology, business, public safety and human and organizational learning. To advance health care and improve the efficacy of drug therapies, the GW School of Medicine and Health Science has partnered with the Shenandoah University Bernard J. Dunn School of Pharmacy to offer a health sciences degree in pharmacogenomics and a joint research program on the Virginia Science and Technology Campus.