The new lecture theatre, seminar rooms, labs and creative and collaborative spaces will be the state-of-the-art home of the Department of Electronic Engineering.
How will it look?
Professor Howard talks you through the department
- HEFCE awarded Royal Holloway a £5 million grant to develop The Beatrice Shilling Building in order to encourage more female engineers and begin to address the national shortage.
- Awarded 'BREEAM Excellent' at design stage, it will be ready by summer 2018
- 3,950sqm 3-storey building, open 24/7
- 268 seat lecture theatre
- 80 seat lecture theatre with interactive bench seating
- Two seminar rooms, one electronics teaching laboratory and one PC laboratory
- A creative learning suite with three adjacent spaces
- A roof-topped field laboratory with solar panels and wind turbine
- Open plan offices for PhD students and academic staff