Stéphane CLEMMEN Faculté des Sciences
Campus du Solbosch - CP 194/05
Avenue F.D. Roosevelt, 50
1050 Bruxelles

Research activities

Stephane's research interests lie in the generation and manipulation of photonics quantum states on one side and on vibrational scattering spectroscopy on the other side and on anything that can link those two broad topics.

Teaching activities

To be defined


Stéphane received a degree of master in physics from the Universite Libre de Bruxelles (ULB), Belgium in 2006. From 2006 to 2010, he carried out his PhD work in the LIQ department of the Science Faculty of OPERA-photonique Department of the Applied Science Faculty of ULB thanks to a Doctoral fellowship of the Belgian Fund for Scientific Research (FRIA). Stephane PhD thesis was devoted to nonlinear and quantum optics using silicon photonics. He then worked at Cornell University (NY) in the group of Alexander Gaeta as a post-doc researcher from 2010 to 2014. Stephane joined the Photonics Research Group of the University of Ghent in 2014 as a postdoc researcher and is a part-time professor in this group since 2018. In parallel, Stephane rejoined ULB in 2017 and is a permanent FNRS researcher since 2019 both in the science faculty (LIQ) and in the Brussels School of engineering (OPERA-photonics).






Updated on November 3, 2021