There are several courses organised by the School that students may attend depending on their individual curriculum.
All courses will be held at the Department of Mathematics except where differently indicated.
A transdisciplinary programme in Quantum Science and Technologies is a secondary programme that gives to the PhD candidate didactic and research traning on a complementary discipline.
The specific aims are:
a. Promotion of transdisciplinary research in the Doctoral Course
b. Training of PhD candidates with transdisciplinary competences
c. Increase of the external collaborations
PhD students can apply for the program within 2 months of enrolling in the PhD program by sending an email to phd.maths [at] unitn.it and attaching as required by the "TRANSDISCIPLINARY PROGRAM IN SCIENCE AND QUANTUM TECHNOLOGY (TPQST) ":
 A motivation letter (other than the one presented for applying to the Ph.D., if any), specifying the reasons why the candidate deems her / his research project of interest for the field of QST.
 A brief research proposal, formally approved by the student's tutor or advisor.
More details in the following calendar.
Provisional calendar of the institutional courses for the academic year 2019/2020
N.B: this schedule may change.
Period 
Course 
Professor/s 

FebruaryMay  Model Theory (borrowed from the master degree in mathematics at Trento)  Stefano Baratella  
FebruaryMay  Type Theory (borrowed from the master degree in mathematics at Trento)  Roberto Zunino  
FebruaryMay  Advanced Coding Theory and Cryptography II (borrowed from the master degree in mathematics at Trento)  Edoardo Ballico  
FebruaryMay  Advanced Commutative Algebra (borrowed from the master degree in mathematics at Trento)  Edoardo Ballico  Giancarlo Rinaldo  
1st Semester  Tensor Decomposition for Big Data Analysis (borrowed from the master degree in mathematics at Trento)  Alessandra Bernardi  
FebruaryApril  Algebraic groups actions, invariants, birational geometry (PhD course, University of Trento)  Jaroslaw Wiśniewski (University of Warsaw)  
FebruaryApril  Algebraic geometry II (borrowed from the master degree in Mathematics, University of Trento)  Luis Eduardo Solá Conde  
FebruaryMay  Geometric Analysis (borrowed from the master degree in mathematics at Trento)  Lorenzo Mazzieri  
FebruaryMay  Advanced Calculus of Variations (borrowed from the master degree in mathematics at Trento)  Andrea Pinamonti  Eugenio Vecchi  
FebruaryMay  GammaConvergence and Applications (PhD course, University of Trento)  Marco Bonacini  
AprilMay  Variational problems for manifoldvalued maps (borrowed from the master degree in mathematics at Verona)  Giacomo Canevari (University of Verona)  
MarchApril  Introduction to Game Theory (Ph.D. course, University of Verona)  Stefano Benati  Sylvain Sorin (UPMC, Sorbonne University)  
FebruaryMay  Stochastic Differential Equations (borrowed from the master degree in mathematics at Trento)  Carlo Orrieri  
1929 March / 1924 April  Stochastic Processes and Mean Field Games (University of Verona)  Adrian Zalinescu (UAIC, Iasi)  Luciano Campi (London School of Economics and Political Studies)  
FebruaryMay  Mathematical Physics  Quantum Relativistic Theories (borrowed from the master degree in mathematics at Trento)  Valter Moretti  
FebruaryMay  Computational Haemodynamics (borrowed from the master degree in mathematics at Trento)  Lucas Omar Muller  
FebruaryMay  Numerical Methods for PDE (borrowed from the master degree in mathematics at Trento)  Ana Maria Alonso Rodriguez  
January  Numerical Methods for the Fluid Structure Interaction Problem (Ph.D. course, Politecnico di Milano)  Christian Vergara (Politecnico di Milano)  
JanuaryFebruary  Mathematical Modeling (Ph.D. course, University of Verona)  Romeo Rizzi (University of Verona)  
FebruaryMay  Bayesian Statistics (borrowed from the master degree in Mathematics at Trento)  Claudio Agostinelli  Pier Luigi Novi Inverardi  
FebruaryMay  Model Tuning and Parameter Estimation (borrowed from “Network Modelling and Simulation”, master degree in Quantitative and Computational Biology)  Federico Reali (COSBI, Trento)  
FebruaryMay  Musics and mathematics  An introduction (Ph.D. course, University of Trento)  Augusto Visintin (with the collaboration of some musicians)  Corso non attivato 
a.y. 201920  Transdisciplinary program in Quantum Science and Technologies 
MANDATORY COURSES a.y. 201920
Quantum Sensing  prof. Quaranta (3 credits)
Quantum Computing  prof. Hauke (6 credits  offered by the Master in Physics) The geometry of quantum algorithms  prof. Frédéric Holweck
The seminars organised by the Q@TN Laboratory are mandatory
