|Centre for Advanced Structural Ceramics (CASC)
CASC started in July 2008 and has since become an industrial consortium to continue long-term and fruitful relationships between CASC-associated academics and the UK’s industrial structural ceramics community.
| Centre for Nuclear Engineering (CNE)
The Centre brings together a number of disciplines including mechanical, chemical and materials engineering, modelling and radio ecology to create one of the most comprehensive research and teaching groups dedicated to nuclear engineering and science.
| Centre for Plasmonics and Metamaterials
Centre working on both fundamental research, through theory and proof-of-concept experimental studies, and on application-oriented work towards highly disruptive technologies for energy, communication and computing, as well as healthcare.
| Centre for Plastic Electronics
The Centre for Plastic Electronics' mission is to actively stimulate new, cutting-edge, high-impact research and to meet Imperial’s strategic intent to harness the strengths and breadth of our research to address the global challenges of climate change, energy and global health and security.
| Centre for Terahertz Science and Engineering (CTSE)
Imperial College London hosts a number of THz research activities within the Departments of Materials, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, and Physics. CTSE collaborates closely with Imperial's Institute of Security Science and Technology. The Department of Materials at Imperial College London provides a dedicated laboratory for the Centre.
| Energy Futures Lab (EFL)
Providing a secure and sustainable energy supply for the future is one of today's key issues. The Energy Futures Lab is addressing this issue by supporting research teams at Imperial College London and beyond to work together.
| Institute for Biomedical Engineering (IBE)
The Institute of Biomedical Engineering (IBME) coordinates large-scale, multi-disciplinary research initiatives at Imperial College London, applying pioneering advances in medical technology to enable people to lead independent and productive lives despite illness, ageing and disability.
|Institute for Security Science and Technology
The Institute for Security Science and Technologywas founded in 2008 as one of four Imperial College London Global Institutes. The Institute seeks to improve security and resilience across a range of scales, from protecting the individual to ensuring the security of whole populations.
|International Centre for Advanced Materials (ICAM)
The International Centre for Advanced Materials (ICAM) is leading research that seeks to advance the fundamental understanding and use of advanced materials across a variety of energy and industrial applications. Established in 2012 and planned to run to 2022, ICAM is a unique collaboration between five research partners: BP, The University of Manchester, the University of Cambridge, Imperial College London, and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
|London Centre for Nanotechnology
Nanotechnology lies at the heart of many of the challenges facing society today, from energy to health. The Centre has close ties with we work closely within the scientific community in London, through our medical campuses and the London Centre for Nanotechnology (a joint venture with UCL), as well as the Thomas Young Centre (The London Centre for Theory and Simulation of Materials).
|Rolls-Royce Nuclear University Technology Centre
The Imperial Nuclear UTC is unique in its breadth addressing nuclear engineering research of relevance to Rolls-Royce which includes: Materials Performance, Micromechanics, Non-destructive Evaluation, Radiation Transport, Structural Integrity, Thermal Hydraulics and Tribology.
| Sir Henry Royce Institute for Advanced Materials
The aim of this national institute is to allow the UK to grow its world-leading research and innovation base in advanced-materials science, which is fundamental to all industrial sectors and the national economy. Imperial is a founding partner and the Department jointly champions the core research area of “Atoms to Devices” with the University of Leeds.
|The Composites Centre
The Composites Centre has been established since 1983 and is based on the expertise from eight departments at Imperial: Aeronautics, Chemical Engineering, Chemistry, Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Materials, Mathematics and Physics.
|Thomas Young Centre
The London Centre for Theory and Simulation of Materials
Interdisciplinary alliance of London researchers which operate at the forefront of science to address the challenges of society and industry through the theory and simulation of materials, or materials modelling.