- Aligning all Trentino actors in the field of quantum science and technology (QST) and developing a common strategy
- Covering most aspects of QST merging the relevant expertise of the Partner Institutions
- Singling out Trentino as a reference point at European level in the area of QST
Q@TN operates within the framework of the newly launched Quantum Technologies Flagship. Q@TN coordinates the scientific and technological research and the high education in QST in Trentino, increasing the impact of the activity already carried out by local researchers in strategic areas of quantum science. Q@TN aims to attract further resources from national and international funding organisations.
- Promote and strengthen synergies between the various teams with different competences, from fundamental quantum science to technological applications;
- Pursue a program focused on consolidating the international visibility of the research actors, to assume a central role in the European landscape and increase the success rate in competitive bids on QT Flagship calls;
- Boost research activities in this area by activating a number of positions for young researchers based on inter-team research initiatives, consolidating research, creating interdisciplinary critical mass, and competing for funding.
- Promote the transfer of knowledge and technologies in collaboration with industry and in the forms supported by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).
- Center for Materials and Microsystems (CMM);
- Center for Communication and Information Technology (ICT);
- European Centre for Theoretical Studies in Nuclear Physics and Related Areas (ECT*);
- Center for Networks and Telecommunications (CREATE-NET).
University of Trento (UniTN), with:
- Department of Physics (DF);
- Department of Mathematics (DM);
- Department of Industrial Engineering (DII);
- Department of Information engineering and computer science (DISI);
- Department of Civil, Environmental and Mechanical Engineering (DICAM).
- Lorenzo Pavesi, UniTN scientist in charge
- Gianluigi Casse, FBK scientist in charge
- Iacopo Carusotto, CNR scientist in charge
- Franco Dalfovo, WP1 coordinator
- Fabio Massacci, WP2 coordinator
- Luciano Serafini, WP3 coordinator
- Jochen Wambach, WP4 coordinator
- Alberto Quaranta, WP5 coordinator
- Georg Pucker, WP5 coordinator