Transdisciplinary program in Quantum Science and Technologies
 
The Ph.D. candidate enrolled in this program will receive a state-of-the-art education in the basic ideas of quantum science, in the main material platforms used in experiments, and in the mathematical concepts used for their description, as well as in the information and computation science concepts that aim at exploiting QST for applications. She/he will be expected to carry out cutting-edge research on subjects of interest of the Q@TN consortium, possibly in collaboration with our international project partners.
 
The Program is open to students of the Doctoral (Ph.D.) Schools/Programmes of Trento University in:
- Physics
- Mathematics
- Materials, Mechatronics and Systems Engineering (MMSE)
- Information and Communication Technologies (ICT)
- Civil, Environmental and Mechanical Engineering
 
Ph.D. candidates entering the Program are required to gain at least a total of 18 ECTS credits attending the
following courses and sustaining the corresponding exams: 
- 9 credits are obtained attending the fundamental courses listed in the “Manifesto degli studi” concerning basic QST concepts
- 3 credits are obtained following the courses listed in the Manifesto degli studi (emendable yearly by the panel), concerning topics of direct interest for the Program.
- The remaining credits can be obtained from any other admissible course according to the general rules of the Ph.D. School/Programme where the student is enrolled, which may also include Summer/Winter schools.
 
At the end of each year, the Ph.D. candidate presents her/his work in front of the Panel.
 
MANDATORY COURSES a.y. 2019-20
Quantum Sensing - prof. Quaranta (3 credits) - timetable in the download box
Quantum Computing - prof. Hauke (6 credits - offered by the Master in Physics) - timetable at this page
The seminars organised by the Q@TN Laboratory are mandatory
 
Other courses organised by the Q@TN  Lab (schedule in the download box):
Entanglement in many-body systems: from concepts to algorithms (M. Rizzi)
The geometry of quantum algorithms (F. Holweck)
Introduction to Superfluidity, Superconductivity and Coherence (C. Lobo)
 
Information about other courses offered by the PhD Physics is available at this page.
 
Panel 
- Bernardi Alessandra (UniTN-Math) – Secretary 
- Blanzieri Enrico (UniTN-DISI)
- Carusotto Iacopo (INO-CNR and UniTN-Physics) – President
- Pederiva Francesco (UniTN-Physics) - Referent for the Doctoral Programme in Physics
- Pugno Nicola (UniTN-DICAM)
- Quaranta Alberto (UniTN-DII)
- Sighinolfi Matteo – representative of the students enrolled in the Program 
 
 

PhD students enrolled in the Transdisciplinary programme

a.y. 2018-2019

PhD student

Tutor

Cotutor

Leone Nicolò prof. Lorenzo Pavesi prof.ssa Sonia Mazzucchi
Munoz de las Heras Alberto Dott. Iacopo Carusotto prof. Lorenzo Pavesi
Roccuzzo Santo Maria Dott. Alessio Recati prof. Sandro Stringari
Sighinolfi Matteo Dott. Alessio Rec ati prof. Pietro Faccioli
Turro Francesco Prof. Francesco Pederiva dott. Iacopo Carusotto
Wolswijk Louise Prof. Gabriele Ferrari dott. Giacomo Lamporesi
De Lazzari Claudia (Matematica) Prof. Alessandra Bernardi dott. Iacopo Carusotto

 

a.y. 2019-2020

PhD student

Tutor

Cotutor

Contessi Daniele dott. Alessio Recati prof.ssa Elisa Ricci
Franchi Riccardo prof. Lorenzo Pavesi dott. Mher Ghulinyan
Luchi Piero prof. Francesco Pederiva dott. Simone Taioli
Mildenberger Julius prof. Philipp Hauke dott. Iacopo Carusotto
Nardin Alberto dott. Iacopo Carusotto prof. Philipp Hauke
Piccioli Francesco dott. Iacopo Carusotto prof. Alexander Szameit
Povolo Luca prof. Roberto S. Brusa prof. Lucio Pancheri
Uhrich Philipp prof. Philipp Hauke dott. Iacopo Carusotto
Nghiem Le Hoa (DISI) dott. Giovanni Iacca dott. Domenico Siracusa
Gemma Luca (DII) prof. Davide Brunelli dott. Martino Bernard