Presentation of the “quantum science and technology in Trento” laboratory

The Polo Ferrari in Povo to host a meeting open to the entire community of researchers and students for the inauguration of the new laboratory on July 5

Polo Scientifico e Tecnologico Fabio Ferrari

Via Sommarive 9, Povo

On July 5, at 10.30 am in hall A101 of the Polo Ferrari 1 in Povo, an event is scheduled to inaugurate the departure of the Q@TN Laboratory, a joint initiative of the University of Trento, Fondazione Bruno Kessler and the National Research Council.

The Q@TN Laboratory aims to coordinate research in the field of quantum sciences and technologies, train new professionals in the sector and promote the transfer of research to the local and national entrepreneurial fabric, all this through the involvement of the UniTN, FBK and CNR researchers operating in Trentino and the galaxy of CNR institutes throughout the country.


10.30 am| Introduction by prof. Lorenzo Pavesi, Director of the Department of Physics, University of Trento

10.45 am | Greetings from the authorities, the Chancellor of the University of Trento Prof. Paolo Collini, FBK President Prof. Francesco Profumo, CNR President Prof. Massimo Inguscio, the Councillor for University and Research, Youth Policies, Equal Opportunities, Development Cooperation, Mrs. Sara Ferrari, the President of Fondazione Caritro. Mr. Michele Iori

11.30 am | Awarding of the winners of the contest for the creation of the logo of the “Quantum Science and Technologies Trento” Laboratory

11.40 am | Presentation of the interdisciplinary Ph.D. call by dott. Iacopo Carusotto, Researcher with the INO-CNR BEC Center

11.50 am | Introduction to Q@TN outreach actions by prof. Gianluigi Casse, Director of the Materials and Microsystem Center of Fondazione Bruno Kessler

12.00 pm | Dissemination conference “Quantum science and technologies” by prof. Paolo Mataloni, Faculty with the Physics Department of La Sapienza University, Rome


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