It is located in the Northwest area of this town, covering 43,8ha, close to the N-V highway. Well connected by
railway, bus, and underground, it currently includes 58 lecture rooms, 18 computer rooms, 10 seminars, three
lecture halls with multi-purpose laboratories, two departmental buildings for research, the Rectorate, the student
services buildings, a commercial area and sport facilities. The Campus also houses the main library, an
auditorium and a semi-industrial pilot plant. Adjacent to the Campus there is an area of approximately 50ha that
will lodge industrial facilities related to the University and it will be developed as a Technological Park. It houses
the Repsol YPF Research and Development Centre, many others companies.
There is an underground station sight on campus, which hosts the School Of Experimental Sciences and
Technology and the School of Informatics.
Dean’s office, Administration and Student Services.
Lecturers’ Offices and Research Laboratories.
It has three lecture halls and 58 classrooms that can hold from 250 to 60 students. It has 18 computer rooms, 16 of
which dispose of 40 Windows posts, 2 of 40 LINUX posts. Advanced students have access to more advance
research processing systems.
All students have access to Internet. A wireless network fully covers the campus.
It includes 25 specific labs for Electricity and Electronics, Computer Architecture; Computer Networks and
Operative Systems, Mechanics, Fluid Mechanics, Optics and Waves; two Chemistry labs, one lab for Instrumental
Analysis Techniques and three labs for Chemical Engineering; three labs for Materials Processing, Mechanical and
Physical Testing of Materials, Thermal Techniques and Energy, labs for Biochemistry, Biology, Geology, Artificial
Vision and Robotics, Virtual Reality, and Medical Imaging and Biometry.
It currently holds around 33.000 volumes. Students can make use of SWETS and Internet, as well as of 677 seats
in the reading/reference/lending hall, which provides access to more than 20.000 journals in electronic