ACE Extension Building
A modern space for great ideas.
The ACE Extension Building, commonly known as the ACEX Building, is newly refurbished and provides lecture theatres and breakout areas built with the latest audio-visual technology. With a capacity for up to 80 delegates, this venue offers the perfect space for training programmes, summer schools, meetings and conferences.
The legacy of the ACEX Building
- The ACEX Building is home to the Department of Chemical Engineering.
- In 1975, Anita Bailey became the first female professor in Chemical Engineering and the first holder of the Kodak chair of Interface Science.
- Convenient locations
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- Dedicated specialists
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How to find the ACEX Building
The ACEX Building can be reached from the main College entrance on Exhibition Road via Dalby Court and Sherfield walkway. The building is also accessible via Prince Consort Road through the Roderic Hill Building.
Imperial College London, Exhibition Road, London, UK
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