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Leonard Huxley Building [56]
Entrance to the Leonard Huxley Building on Mills Road
Entrance to the Leonard Huxley Building on Mills Road

How the building was named
Sir Leonard Huxley (1902–1988) was Elder Professor of Physics in the University of Adelaide from 1949 to 1960, and Vice-Chancellor of this University from 1960 to 1967. He was also a Foundation Fellow of the Australian Academy of Science, and the first President of the Australian Institute of Physics from 1962 to 1965. During the war years he was a member of the British Telecommunications Research Establishment where, from 1940–46, he was head of a school which trained over 7000 people in the principles and applications of radar. He was Chairman of the Radio Research Board of Australia from 1956–61.
This building houses:
ANU Supercomputer Facility
Huxley Lecture Theatre
Information Technology Services Administration Program
Networks and Communications — ITS

Located in map CD54 at grid reference C4
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