For a Human-Centered AI


  • December 18, 2023
    Innovation refraction that come from afar
    From October 26 to December 8, 2023, the 00A Gallery in Trento hosted an unusual photography exhibit, the result of the determination of artist/inventor Andrea Salvà who beats an innovation path interrupted for decades
  • November 10, 2023
    30 years of ECT*
    A public event with scientist Laura Fabbietti dedicated to the European Center for Theoretical Studies in Nuclear Physics was held at FBK
  • September 21, 2021
    Ghost footprints on the light to keep an eye on health and the environment
    High-precision, low-cost systems for air quality and medical diagnostics are being built at the Q@TN laboratory. The Trento based quantum physics center is an organization of reference in Europe for the design and manufacture of cutting-edge prototypes. By developing integrated photonic chips, the road to the breakthrough allowed by the use of ghost imaging and undetected photon spectroscopy techniques is being paved thus moving from theory to practice, from the laboratory to everyday life.
  • February 14, 2019
    The sociology of gravitational waves
    At what speed do the "social ripples" produced by a great scientific discovery move? A book describes the exemplary case of gravitational waves
  • August 17, 2018
    A Virtual Journey Inside Einstein’s Universe
    Astrophysicist Luciano Rezzolla will talk about neutron stars, black holes and gravitational waves. The event has been organized to mark the 25th anniversary of ECT*
  • October 16, 2017
    A “new” Quantum Mechanics?
    A team that involves FBK researchers has tested in an experiment a modified version of the theory, with promising results. The research paper received a special mention from "Physical Review Letters", the journal that published it
  • March 3, 2017
    Il presidente CNR Massimo Inguscio alla Fondazione Kessler di Trento
    Lo scorso mercoledì 8 febbraio 2017 Massimo Inguscio, presidente del CNR - Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, in visita alla FBK accompagnato dall'assessore PAT Sara Ferrari e dalla dirigente del Dipartimento della conoscenza Livia Ferrario.