The Holcombe Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Centers & Facilities

COMSET logoCenter for Optical Materials Science and Engineering Technologies
COMSET is an interdisciplinary research unit of the College of Engineering and Science at Clemson University. COMSET provides an organized framework with significant centralized infrastructure for faculty having common interests to collaborate in developing advanced materials that exhibit a value-added interaction with light...click here for more info

Wind turbine drivetrainEnergy Research at the Clemson University Restoration Institute
The wind turbine drivetrain testing facility in North Charleston, SC will be capable of full-scale advanced testing of drivetrain systems, full nacelles, and simulation of blade forces. The facility will contain two test beds, a 7.5 megawatt and 15 megawatt, with dynamic non-torque loading. The addition of a 15 MW Hardware-In-the-Loop Grid Simulator leverages the electrical infrastructure of the wind turbine drivetrain testing facility and allows wind turbine generator manufacturers to test both mechanical and electrical characteristics of their machines in a well controlled and calibrated environment...click here for more info

CCIT graphicClemson Computing & Information Technology
CCIT is the primary supplier of computing and information technology services to Clemson University. CCIT also maintains an outreach program that supports the computing activities of various state and federal agencies, educational institutions and private companies...click here for more info


Electron MicroscopeElectron Microscope Facility
The Electron Microscopy Facility in the College of Sciences at Clemson University is fully staffed with qualified personnel to operate scanning electron microscopy ((SEM) JEOL SM810), transmission electron microscopy (TEM), energy dispersive x-ray analysis (EDXA), Auger, Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM), etc...click here for more info

 

Clemson racecarClemson University International Center for Automotive Research
The Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research (CU-ICAR) is a 250 acre automotive and motorsports research campus currently under construction in Greenville, South Carolina. The facility will include a graduate school offering Master's and Doctoral degrees in automotive engineering, and offering programs focused on systems integration...click here for more info


DNACenter for Bioelectronics, Biosensors and Biochips
The Center for Bioelectronics, Biosensors and Biochips (C3B) is an integrative research and education enterprise that is oriented toward service, is actively managed and directed by the constituency it serves, and is focused on providing leadership and excellence to the scientific and technological area of bioelectronics, biosensors and biochips...click here for more info

 

IBIOE: Institute for Biological Interfaces of Engineering
"at the forefront of biomaterials technologies"

The mission of IBIOE is to enable the development of clinically relevant biomaterials technology and products for disease management and the transfer of this technology for patient care through leading biomaterials-related research...click here for more info 

 

CRWC LogoCenter for Research in Wireless Communications
The Center for Research in Wireless Communications (CRWC) at Clemson University offers a cross-disciplinary program of research and education targeted at the emerging needs for the cellular and wireless communications industry. In a world of increasing mobility, there is a growing need for people to communicate with each other...click here for more info

 

IMSA: Intelligent Materials and Systems for Architecture
IMSA aspires to realize an animated Architecture

IMSA is a Clemson University Research Group focusing on the design, development and evaluation of intelligent materials and systems for architecture. Partnering Architecture, Materials Science & Engineering, and Electrical & Computing Engineering, IMSA is responsive to the challenges and opportunities of a complex world...click here for more info