Quantum Science and Technology in Trento
Q@TN is a joint laboratory of University of Trento, Bruno Kessler Foundation, and Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare, aimed at coordinating their on-going activities and to start new ones in the field of Quantum Science and Technologies
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- Announcement | Nanoscience Laboratory (NL) Kick off meeting 2021Dr. Massimo Borghi (University of Pavia) will take a talk on “Variational quantum simulation on a silicon photonic chip”
- Announcement | SPIE.UNITN event on December 10thPhotonics as a key enabling technology: Young researchers in photonics
- Announcement | Q@TN Seminarn occasione della visita dei ricercatori del centro Qtech dell’università di Padova a Q@TN, vi invitiamo al Seminario Il centro QTech di Padova e le sue attività con le relazioni di Paolo Villoresi, Simone Montangero e collaboratori
- Important study published in the October issue of the journal Nature PhysicsA study on “Quantum-torque-induced breaking of magnetic interfaces in ultracold gases” conducted by a group of researchers at the Bose-Einstein Condensation Center (BEC) in Trento published in the October issue of the journal Nature Physics, now sheds light on some quantum mechanisms underlying this magnetic behaviour and their evolution over time. Read more: https://www.nature.com/articles/s41567-021-01369-y
- Announcement | Call for three Researcher Positions at ECT*The European Center for Theoretical Studies in Nuclear Physics and Related Areas in Trento (ECT*) calls for three Researcher Positions.