Venue: Polo Ferrari 2, via Sommarive 9 (Povo) – Aula B104
Time: 14.00 - 18.00
Photonics studies photons and their interaction with matter, both in terms of fundamental and applied research. The aim of this science is the understanding of the phenomena ruling the behaviour of photons, in order to boost the development of novel technologies and applications based on light. In this sense, photonics is a key enabling technology, with its central role in many fields of science, ranging from remote sensing to engineering, from telecommunication to biology.
This workshop aims to create a fruitful discussion between the various research group, working with light and photonics, and at the same time offer an educational moment to the students.
The main organizer is the SPIE Student Chapter of the University of Trento, a student association joining both PhD and master students, that represents locally the International society SPIE.
- 14:00 Contribution of glia cells in memory consolidation, Beatrice Vignoli, Department of Physics, University of Trento
- 14:30 Neurophotonics: brain imaging and neuronal photoactivation in insect models, Mirko Zanon, Department of Physics, University of Trento
- 15:00 Super-resolution microscopy to solve chromatin compartmentalization, Alessio Zippo, CIBIO, University of Trento
- 15:30 Coffee break
- 16:00 Silk protein technology: from the material to the optical application, Alessio Bucciarelli, Fondazione Bruno Kessler
- 16:30 Scintillation. How light can be used for detecting nuclear radiation, Alberto Quaranta, Department of Industrial Engineering, University of Trento
- 17:00 Photons and bio-molecules between decoherence and non-equilibrium, Daniele Arosio, Istituto di Biofisica, CNR
Coffee break will be available to all the participants.
- Sara.piccione [at] unitn.it (Sara Piccione )
- chiara.vecchi [at] unitn.it (Chiara Vecchi)
- nicolo.leone [at] unitn.it (Nicolò Leone)
- davide.bazzanella [at] unitn.it (Davide Bazzanella )