Clemson University - Sikes Hall
Our campus is located in Clemson, SC approximately a 30-45 min drive from Greenville and two hours from Atlanta, Charlotte, or Asheville.
Clemson University - Duke Energy Innovation Center
Located at 81 Technology Dr. within Clemson's Advanced Materials Center research park, Duke Energy Innovation Center (DEIC) is an LEED Gold Certified facility with over 40,000 sq ft of business incubation space, offices, and research laboratories -- including the Nanophotonics Laboratory (Ryckman Group).
Clemson University - Advanced Materials Research Laboratory
Directly adjacent to the Ryckman Group home laboratory in the Duke Energy Innovation Center, the Advanced Materials Research Laboratory (AMRL) is a state-of- the-art 100,000+ sq ft facility that houses internationally recognized research programs in optoelectronics, chemistry and materials science. AMRL is also home to COMSET, the Micro Fabrication Facility (ECE Cleanroom), and Clemson's Electron Microscope Laboratory.
Tahmid publishes his paper in Optics Express, congrats!
The group welcomes REU students Julius and Bria
Farhan passes his Masters thesis defense and is Dr. Ryckman's first student advisee to earn a graduate degree. Congrats Farhan!
Dr. Ryckman teaches Silicon Photonics design; Tahmid and Nazmus attend CLEO2019
Dr. Ryckman is awarded a grant from the National Science Foundation for research in nano-manufacturing.
Welcome graduate student Farhan and undergraduates Nick and Viviana to the group!
Welcome to new graduate student Nazmus to the Nanophotonics Laboratory!
Welcome to new graduate student Tahmid to the Nanophotonics Laboratory!
Dr. Ryckman is awarded a Southeastern Center for Electrical Engineering Research Initiation Grant.
Dr. Ryckman will offer a 1hr special topics course "Recent advances in integrated photonics."
Dr. Ryckman joins Clemson faculty, establishing the Nanophotonics Laboratory.
Dr. Ryckman's past team, Intel's Silicon Photonics group, publicly announces volume shipment of Intel's first products based on wafer-scale silicon photonics!