Set over 12 floors, the Electrical Engineering Building is home to some of the best views across campus. The building houses two lecture theatres and multiple classrooms of varying sizes, the largest of which can fit over 100. As home to the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, a community of around 1,200 staff and students, this building is a metropolis of innovation and inspiration. Delegates can expect to be immersed in the welcoming and inclusive culture of our Electrical Engineering Building, which is suitable for summer schools, conferences, meetings and training.

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Discover what takes place in the Electrical Engineering Building

  • The Electrical Engineering Building is home to Imperial’s Energy Futures Lab, a Global Challenge Institute promoting energy innovation and advancing systemic solutions for a sustainable energy future.
  • The Energy Futures Lab is tackling major challenges in the energy sector and serves industry, government and society through high-quality research and advocacy.
  • The building is also home to the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering (EEE), which has a history dating back to 1870. Electrical and electronic Engineering is at the forefront of tackling the most urgent global challenges in energy, healthcare, security, smart technology and communications.
  • Notable alumni include Alan Blumlein, inventor of stereo sound and Maria Petrou, EEE’s first female professor and developer of novel image recognition techniques and prolific scientific author.
  • Convenient locations
  • Inspiring surroundings
  • Dedicated specialists

Discover our spaces

Take a look around our Electrical Engineering event spaces.

How to find the Electrical Engineering Building

The Electrical Engineering Building can be reached from the College Main Entrance on Exhibition Road via Dalby Court.

Imperial College London, Exhibition Road, London, UK

Imperial College London, Exhibition Road, London, UK

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