Virginia Science and Technology Campus
The Virginia Science and Technology Campus was established in 1991 as GW’s flagship research and technology center. Situated on 100 acres in Loudoun County, Virginia, it is strategically positioned in the center of Northern Virginia’s technology corridor.
More than 20 exceptional graduate degree and certificate programs in business, information systems technology, engineering and human and organizational learning are offered at the Virginia Campus.
The Virginia Science and Technology Campuss collaborates with regional corporations, organizations and local governments, as well as with on-site organizations such as the Integrated Justice Information Systems Institute (IJIS), the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) and the renowned Jason Project, a subsidiary of National Geographic. Dozens of centers of excellence and laboratories in critical areas are housed on the campus, including:
- 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, conducting research applying 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 funded by the National Science Foundation, with partners from academia, government and industry.
- Institute for Massively Parallel Applications and Computing Technologies, advancing interdisciplinary research, education and training in high-performance computing.