Imperial alumni are invited to attend a range of events each year including reunions, college events, lectures and careers networking events. See the listing below for forthcoming events. To be the first to hear when booking opens for our events, make sure you update your details regularly. If you have not already done so, you will need to register for an online account.
Our volunteer-led alumni groups also offer a host of events local to you throughout the year. Keep an eye on the event listings and join your local group to receive updates.
Alumni eventsAll alumni events
29 March 2017, 18:30 – 21:00Social Robots at the Science Museum
30 March 2017, 18:30 – 21:00Social Alumni and friends reception in Birmingham
04 April 2017, 19:00 – 21:30International Join fellow alumni to celebrate the 103rd birthday of Professor David…
05 April 2017, 18:30 – 21:30Seminar Get Productive Wheel: Learn to cut down-time and improve your thinking
How to get involved in alumni events
The Alumni Weekend
Running alongside the Imperial Festival, the annual Alumni Weekend is a special programme of events and activities designed to allow you to experience the best of Imperial today, as well as meet old friends and make new ones. More than 800 alumni and guests from 29 different countries attended last year.
Watch some of the highlights from our YouTube channel
Shedding new light on Schrödinger's cat
Watch this year's Schrödinger lecture, presented by Nobel Laureate Professor Serge Haroche
Brain health: it takes more than pills and potions
The inaugural lecture by Edmond and Lily Safra Professor Paul Matthews about transforming the lives of Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s patients
Modelling the molecules of life
Professor Michael Levitt delivers the 2014 Ernst Chain Lecture about the origins of computational structural biology
Quantum theory: it's unreal
How to construct a better narrative over what really goes on in the subatomic world, the inaugural lecture of Professor Terry Rudolph
The dark net: inside the digital underworld
Jamie Bartlett delivers the Vincent Briscoe security lecture about the world of dark internet subcultures, crypto-currencies and the hidden web