Roughness-induced enhancement of optical absorption in random media 

 Fabrizio Sgrignuoli and Paolo Bettotti

Journal of the Optical Society of America B Vol. 33, Issue 5, pp. 915-921, 2016. doi: 10.1364/JOSAB.33.000915

Nanodevices for Photonics and Electronics - Advances and Applications

Paolo Bettotti

Pan Stanford Publishing 2015 

ISBN: 9789814613743

Dynamics of Hydration of Nanocellulose Films

Paolo Bettotti, Cecilia Ada Maestri, Romain Guider, Ines Mancini, Einat Nativ-Roth, Yuval Golan and Marina Scarpa

Advanced Materials Interfaces Volume 3, Issue 5, March 7, 2016


Some members of the SiQuro project research team attended to the Innovation Village Exhibition, organized within the SPIE Photonics Europe Conference held in Brussels from 4 to 7 April, 2016. 

In the booth researchers from Nanoscience and Crypto Labs of the University of Trento together with FBK presented a new prototype based on Quantum Random Number Generation, developed during the Siquro project into the WP4 activity. 

The demo, consisting of a CMOS detector coupled with an LED, obtained a good interest in the scientific community. 

From 18th to 20th of April, in Polo Scientifico e Tecnologico Fabio Ferrari (Povo 1 and Povo 2), there will be the workshop TopoDays 2016: Topological Effects in Photonics. 

This meeting brings together scientists working on topological effects in a wide-range of photonics-based systems, including integrated silicon photonics, propagating waveguides, photonic crystals, polariton-cavity arrays and much more.