Nanoscience Laboratory Kick Off Meeting

The annual meeting of the Nanoscience Laboratory

24 November 2017
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Venue: Polo Scientifico Tecnologico “Fabio Ferrari” (Povo 1 building), via Sommarive 5, Povo (Trento) - Room A221

The meeting aims at making the point of the research activities and to pave the to the future research programs.
Four research teams, formed by the scientist of Nanoscience Laboratory, will present the state of the art of the research in nanoscience and photonics. 


14.00-14.10 Welcome
Lorenzo Pavesi
University of Trento, Department of Physics
14.10-15.00 ELEDIA Research Center - Research Trends, Current Activities, and Future Applications 
Andrea Massa
Eledia and University of Trento, Department of Information Engineering and Computer Science 
15.00-15.30 Interactive talk by the Integrated Quantum Photonics team
Stefano Biasi, Massimo Borghi, Alessandro Trenti
University of Trento, Nanoscience Laboratory
15.30-16.00 Interactive talk by the Nonlinear Silicon Photonics team
Claudio Castellan, Pierre Guilleme, Stefano Signorini, Chiara Vecchi
University of Trento, Nanoscience Laboratory
16.00-17.00 Long-Term Memory Retrevial Requires Synaptic Glia for Protein Recycling 
Marco Canossa
University of Trento, Centre for Integrative Biology
17.00-17.30 Coffee Break
17.30-18.00 Interactive talk by the Nano-materials team
Marina Scarpa, Paolo Bettotti, Cecilia Ada Maestri, Chiara Piotto
University of Trento, Nanoscience Laboratory
18.00-18.30 Interactive talk by the Applied Silicon Photonics team
Davide Bazzanella, Tatevik Chalyan, Giorgio Fontana, Sara Piccione, Stefano Tondini
University of Trento, Nanoscience Laboratory

The meeting is open to the public and the participation is free of charge.

For more information please see the box Contacts (at the top right corner) and the Nanoscience Laboratory website


Meeting organized by
Nanoscience Laboratory
Within the following research projects
Integrated Reconfigurable sIlicon phonic Switch    Nanoporous materials: self assembled blackboard to study structure and interactions of DNA On silicon chip quantum optics for quantum computing and secure communications Integrated SYsteM based on PHOtonic Microresonators and Microfluidic Components for rapid detectioN of toxins in milk and dairY products            Nemo
In collaboration with

SPIE (International Society for Optics and Photonics) Trento Student Chapter