Nasir Electrical Engineering Museum
Nasir Electrical Engineering Museum (NEEM) is located at the ground floor of the main building of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of K.N. Toosi University of Technology, Tehran, Iran. This is a historical building, which used to host the headquarters of the Iranian Ministry of Post, Telegraph and Telephone (PTT), as well as the Institute for Higher Education in Telecommunications (IHET) as the country’s first institute for Electrical/Telecommunications Engineering (founded 1927). This building was located next to the 22nd of Bahman Radio Station (in the Pahlavi era), which was the first radio station of the country. Back in 1988, K.N. Toosi University of Technology (KNTU) was formed as the integration of the IHET (as the Faculty of Electrical Engineering) and several other independent higher education institutes in Tehran.
Formation of NEEM was kicked off in 1992 by a number of experienced faculty members of KNTU-EE as the Founding Committee. As a result of significant efforts put into the collection of technical products and equipment demonstrating seven decades establishment of the museum was officially announced in 1997.
In addition to its historical brilliance, Nasir Electrical Engineering Museum is of significant educational value as it is the country’s most complete collection of technical products and equipment in the field of Electrical Engineering, with emphasis on of Telecommunications and Electronics.