We are happy to announce that the registration to attend the 11th edition of the Optoelectronics & Photonics Summer School is open. Participation is either online or onsite. Deadline in on 30th May 2021

This year the school is about Neuromorphic Photonics and will be held from 20th till 26th of June 2021 on Hotel Montana, Monte Bondone (Trento - Italy). 
The School Directors are Lorenzo Pavesi and Claudio Mirasso. For more info look at the school site or write to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

All are invited to join! 


The project “An integrated setup for in-vitro optogenetic experiments using AI to localize stimulation with a feedback of electrophysiological signals - ISLAND" of our researcher Ilya Auslender within the Marie Skłodowska-Curie project was approved. The project is started the 12th of Apirl 2021 and its duration is two years. Congratulation Ilya!


We have four PhD positions on the research activities of the Nanoscience Laboratory. The official call will be published in early April with a deadline for application at May 20th, 2021 for the PhD school in Physics (https://www.unitn.it/drphys/en/119/admission) and for the Phd School in Mathematics (https://www.unitn.it/drmath/4/doctoral-programme-mathematics-agreement-university-verona).

Interested candidates have to send their CV to prof. L. Pavesi (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) with indication of which scholarship they are interested. 

More details of the projects are at http://nanolab.physics.unitn.it/index.php/open-positions



Artificial and Biological Neurons: Interdisciplinary Issues and Future Perspectives. 

D. Bazzanella, G. Bincoletto, M. Consolandi, M. Fasan, F. Gennari, F. C. La Vattiata, L. Rinaldi, D. Roccaro, C. Zaccaria

BioLaw Journal – Rivista di BioDiritto, n. 1/2021 pp. 353-379 (2021)




We are happy to announce the publication of  the Highlights 2020 summarizing the main activities and achievements of the Nanoscience Laboratory in 2020.