Engineering the future - world class teaching spaces for a changing world
An introduction to Project Xeper: a bold redevelopment plan for the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering's teaching spaces >>
As higher education enters a new and exciting period, we have an opportunity to rethink how we educate future generations of engineers, and the spaces we need, to adapt to the evolving landscape of university teaching >>
The pace of life is changing – work, technology, interconnectedness, environment. Our students must be ready for the future, better equipped to solve multidisciplinary problems and to bring leadership to global challenges >>
Project Xeper is a £12m redevelopment which will enable the Department to offer a mix of collaborative teaching and learning spaces, providing a world class modern education that prepares our students for their future careers >>
Project Xeper /kep-per/ takes its name from the ancient Egyptian word Kheper, meaning to evolve, to transform, to create. The Egyptian god Khepri, often depicted as a scarab beetle, represents creation and renewal >>
Become a donor: to help us continue to deliver graduate engineers with the skills they expect to gain from Imperial, we are seeking contributions fom EEE alumni and other potential donors to support our ambitious renewal plan.