This is an online event presented by Provincia autonoma di Trento, HIT and Q@TN. Its objective is to introduce non-experts to the potential of quantum technologies, to illustrate their technological design and industrial applications.
The FBK Centre for Sensors & Devices has opened a search for a tenure track position for an expert researcher in the field of cryogenic devices for physics and quantum sensing.
Congratulations to Riccardo Franchi for winning a 2021 Optics and Photonics Education Scholarship by SPIE, the international society for optics and photonics, for his potential contributions to the field of optics, photonics or related field.
Università di Trento, Fondazione Bruno Kessler e Istituto nazionale di Fisica Nucleare insieme per costruire un ecosistema delle scienze e tecnologie quantistiche. Così il laboratorio Q@TN di Trento diventa per il settore un nodo importante a livello nazionale ed europeo e una realtà unica dove ideare dispositivi… Read More »Press release: I quantum bit accendono il motore dell’innovazione
Collaborative teams involving members of Q@TN, of INFN, and other institutions can now present projects to access a D-Wave Quantum annealer as well as Quantum Computer emulators. Deadline for submission is May 31st. For more information please see under jobs & calls
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Alicia J. Kollár on Band Engineering for Quantum Simulation in Circuit QED in collaboration with the University of Maryland
Since its inception, Q@TN hosts colloquia of internationally renowned experts and other invents, with the aims of providing education to researchers and of bringing together the local community of quantum science and technology.