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The School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering has moved to Luddy Hall. The building is named after IU alumnus Fred Luddy. Luddy is the founder of ServiceNow, "a Silicon Valley-based company that delivers cloud-based, automated IT help desk services," according to a 2015 IU press release. Ty Vinson Buy Photos

Luddy Hall opened to students and faculty Jan. 8, the first day of the spring semester.

The state-of-the-art facility, which broke ground for construction in 2015, will serve as a center for the IU School of Informatics, Computing and Engineering. The building features a 1,360-square-foot skylight and a 160-seat collaborative auditorium, according to a 2015 IU press release.

James Shea, senior director of planning and communications for the department, said the guiding architectural principle for the building's design was "share the light," accounting for its many windows and white color scheme.

The building will be officially dedicated on April 13. 

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