Future Built on Knowledge

Gianluigi Casse

Director of the Center Sensor and Devices


Spotlight's articles

  • May 13, 2021
    Quantum bits ignite the engine of innovation
    University of Trento, Fondazione Bruno Kessler and National Institute of Nuclear Physics together to build an ecosystem of quantum sciences and technologies. Thus the Q@TN laboratory in Trento becomes an important node at national and European level for this sector and a unique setting where to design devices and create prototypes for supercomputing, secure communications and sensors
  • April 8, 2021
    New horizons for the FBK Clean Room
    Thanks to newly purchased equipment, we are moving from micro-fabrication to nano-fabrication of devices, for innovative applications in companies and in the space industry
  • November 4, 2019
    The Tokyo Institute of Technology visited FBK
    The meeting with the Japanese delegation was an opportunity for an exchange of views on research areas and projects and to identify common topics for possible collaborations
  • July 5, 2018
    QUANTUM @ TRENTO: nuovo laboratorio congiunto fra Università, CNR e FBK
    Obiettivo: conquistare la leadership italiana nelle scienze e tecnologie quantistiche. Aziende e istituzioni di ricerca insieme per attrarre di investimenti e sviluppare nuova tecnologia nell’ambito della flagship europea da 10 miliardi in 10 anni. Il presidente Cnr Inguscio: «Trento da sempre all’avanguardia nel finanziare scienza di frontiera e alta formazione»
  • July 21, 2017
    FBK’s Center for Materials and Microsystems as Innovation Partner for SMES
    The Center for Materials and Microsystems (CMM) of Fondazione Bruno Kessler has been accredited as KETs Technology Center for SMEs. Nationwide, there are only eight accredited centers besides FBK's CMM.