- COVID-19 Update: Current Status - Last Updated July 21, 2020
We are currently in Phase 3 of our ramp up plan, which means that core research facilities may begin allowing non-ASRC users on a limited basis, with up to 50% building occupancy allowed.
Please review our plan for increasing on-site research activity following NYS PAUSE and check back regularly for status updates.
Facilities at the ASRC are ideally suited to welcome and foster such challenging interdisciplinary science, offering a highly interactive environment where the best science can take place. Our laboratories host state-of-the-art equipment spanning kilohertz to petahertz in operational frequencies, with a range of sources suitable from ultra-sensitive to high-power measurements. These broad capabilities create unique setting to explore wave-matter interactions at the highest level.
The Photonics Core is a shared-user facility offering several lasers, light sources, measurement instruments as well as optical and mechanical hardware to support photonics research. Learn more »
The Radio Frequency and Millimeter-wave (RF/mm-wave) Core is a shared-user facility. The core includes fabrication and measurement units.Learn more »