The photonics track offers graduate students focused coursework and research in the growing field of photonics. Starting in Fall 2020, the new track features state-of-the-art facilities and faculty that lead the field, in a hotbed of photonics activity, New York CIty. For programmatic information, see the CUNY Graduate Center Physics Department site.


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Facilties and equipment are available throughout the CUNY system for photonics track research. Graduate students may take advantage of the Advanced Science Research Center’s state-of-the-art radio frequency, optics, micro- and nanofabrication user facilities.