Luddy Hall & Facilities

Luddy Hall, our inspiring new home

A student sits in a transparent room in Luddy Hall, while other rooms are visible behind him.
Close-up of hands as they work on a blue metal electronic device in a makerspace lab in Luddy Hall

In this natural light–filled building, you’ll find three departments—computer science, information and library science, intelligent systems engineering—plus undergraduate and graduate advising, career services, administration offices, and several high-tech classrooms, labs, and makerspaces.

Luddy Hall opened in 2018. It is named for donor and information technology pioneer Fred Luddy and his family. Luddy founded ServiceNow, which Forbes named the world’s most innovative company in 2018.

Our buildings feature:

5fabrication and prototype labs

11interview rooms for meeting with employers

9instructional labs

21research labs

The Luddy Center for Artificial Intelligence

The $35 million building, which opened in 2021, includes state-of-the-art teaching and learning spaces dedicated to supporting IU faculty and students in conducting pioneering research in AI and its applications. The Luddy Center is home to ten AI-related research groups.

An student works with a robot for her research.

Myles Brand Hall

This recently renovated building houses the Department of Informatics, services for informatics students, the Department of Statistics, and cutting-edge classrooms and labs.