In the Fall of 2019 the Milwaukee School of Engineering opened the Dwight and Dian Diercks Computational Science Hall, its new artificial intelligence focused academic building. Computer Comforts worked with MSOE and architectural firm Uihlein/Wilson-Ramlow/Stein (now Ramlow/Stein) to help design and furnish their cybersecurity rooms with Hide-Away LCD tables. This multi-purpose table design allow MSOE to use the classrooms for both computer application and general instruction. Each double student table includes two Hide-Away mechanisms to independently store the monitors away when not in use. The tables are completely electrified with Axil Z table top power for student BYOD and with our internal 4TRAC power system so each row of tables can easily be hardwired to the floor.
“At MSOE we use these desks to enable students to bring their laptops to class and plug into the monitors when they need an extended desktop for labs and hands-on exercises. This allows them to have a more effective and efficient work space, similar to what they would use in a professional environment. When the monitors aren’t in use, they are pushed down to enable a less cluttered surface for note taking.”
— Derek Riley, Professor, Program Director Of Computer Science At MSOE