We are happy to welcome our new PhD students Dhouha Jemmeli and Riccardo Franchi. Dhouha will work within the PELM project and Riccardo within the project Q@TN.


The University of Trento was at "Maker Faire Rome - The European Edition 2019", the biggest european event on innovation! 

For the Nanoscience laboratory, Nicolò Leone presented the Siquro chip, a quantum random number generator (QRNG). The device exploits the quantum properties of light in order to provide users with sequences of numbers that are primarily random, but also safe thanks to Quantum Mechanics.


For more info about Siquro project: https://event.unitn.it/siquro/




The Nanoscience Laboratory, Department of Physics at the University of Trento (Trento, Italy), invites applicants to apply for Research Fellowship in "Biological neural-network signal decoding using Artificial Intelligence". More info could be find here.



Al Dipartimento di Fisica dell’Università di Trento si sviluppano circuiti ottici green, veloci ed economici per l’apprendimento automatico. L’attività rientra nel progetto Pelm, lanciato in questi giorni e che ha ricevuto un finanziamento ministeriale di quasi un milione di euro in tre anni. Tra gli obiettivi: sviluppare un monitor del cancro.  


The Kick off meeting of the PELM project will be held on October 10th and 11th starting from 11.00 a.m. in room Aula Garda, Polo Scientifico e Tecnologico, Fabio Ferrari (Povo 1) 

We are happy to announce  the event that officially marks the start of the PELM project “Photonic Extreme Learning Machine: from neuromorphic computing to universal optical interpolant, strain gauge sensor and cancer morphodynamic monitor”, programmed on 10th and 11th of October, 2019. PELM aims at demonstrating machine learning photonic devices. Within a single neuromorphic computing architecture, different platforms are specialized to given tasks by their specific characteristics.