2024 4th International Symposium on Electrical, Electronics and Information Engineering (ISEEIE 2024), which will be held in University of Leicester, Leicester, UK on August 28-30, 2024.

Conference Location: Sir Bob Burgess Building, University of Leicester, LE2 6BF, which is just a 5-min walk from the main campus of University of Leicester.


Introduction: The University of Leicester is led by discovery and innovation – an international centre for excellence renowned for research, teaching and broadening access to higher education. The University is ranked among the top one per cent of universities in the world by the THE World University Rankings. It is among the top 25 universities in the Times Higher Education REF Research Power rankings with 75% of research adjudged to be internationally excellent with wide-ranging impacts on society, health, culture, and the environment.

The University of Leicester has a proud history, founded in the aftermath of World War I as a living memorial to those who lost their lives in the Great War. Their motto – Ut Vitam Habeant, "so that they may have life" – reflects their values to do justice to the hopes and expectations of those on whose shoulders we now stand, striving to make a difference in everything that we do.

Today the University is a lively, energetic and global community, in which dedicated and talented people are anticipating, working towards, and helping to shape the future. The University does everything possible to recognise diversities, achieve equalities and enable all of staff and students to be people who flourish.

They have an enviably close-knit campus in the heart of the most multicultural city in the UK. Welcoming and cohesive, the surroundings facilitate collaboration in a winning city with a reputation for defying the odds.

Transportation Tips

Arriving by Train

If you're arriving by train, we're about a 20-minute walk from the train station located on London Road. Enter LE1 7RH into Google Maps to help find your way if you choose to walk from the station. Alternatively, there is a taxi rank located just outside the main station entrance or you can jump on the Arriva 48 bus.

Arriving by Coach/Bus

If you' re coming by coach you will arrive into Leicester St Margaret's Bus Station. Our campus is roughly a 35-minute walk away. Enter LE1 7RH into Google Maps to help find your way if you choose to walk from the bus station. The Arriva 48 bus runs frequently from the Haymarket Bus Station in the city centre to University Road. (Return journey is the 47 bus.)

Arriving by Cars

We have a multi-storey pay-as-you-go car park just next to campus, called “Freemen's Common Multi-Storey Car Park”, which is just beside the conference building, “Sir Bob Burgess Building”. The postcode is LE2 7TF. Maximum height is 2.1m!

There are also a number of pay and display car parks near main campus. The nearest one is Freemen's Common Multi-Storey Car Park, which can be found at 11 Putney Rd, Leicester LE2 7TF (Plus Code: JV9C+85 Leicester).

Airport to Leicester City

Our nearest airport is East Midlands Airport (approximately 20 miles from campus). We can also be reached easily from London Heathrow, London Heathrow and Birmingham Airport by train, coach, or car.  (Note: the train and coach schedule would differ during the night, please check before booking or departure)

(a) East Midlands Airport (about 1 hour by train)

(b) London Heathrow Airport (about 2-3 hours by train and other public transport) 

(c) Luton Airport (about 1-1.5 hours by train connections)

(d) Birmingham Airport (about 1-1.5 hours by train connections)

Travel Tips

Getting to Leicester and to the rest of the UK (especially England) is made easy by the city's excellent rail and road connections. Leicester is centrally located within the UK and only 65 minutes by a direct train from London St Pancras Station.

(Note: the train and coach schedule would differ during the night, please check before booking or departure)