Quantum Science and Technology
We study fundamental aspects of quantum mechanics, interactions and elementary particles along with quantum systems manageable in the lab in view of next coming applications.
The activities at FIM are focused on:

Quantum Spintronics
Molecular Magnetism
Molecular Quantum Spintronics
Circuit Quantum ElectroDynamics
Quantum Dots based on semiconductor nanowires
Superconducting qubits and photon detectors 
Quantum Electron Microscopy
Single protein detection
EMCD (electron magnetic dichroism) at atomic resolution
Plasmonics 
Modeling and Simulations of Solidstate Devices for Quantum Technologies
Electron quantum optics: dynamics of electronic interferometers
Quantum walks on graphs for quantum information and computation
Coherent dynamics of interacting quantum complexes
Charge and spin excitations in quantum nanostructures for qubit deployment 
Quantum Field Theory and String Theory
Gauge/string duality
Supersymmetric gauge theories
Worldline approach to QFT
Anomalies in QFT 
Experimental Physics of Fundamental Interactions
search for new particles
antimatter production in highenergy protonnucleus collisions
research and development of future detectors
Faculty
Marco Affronte, Andrea Bizzeti, Paolo Bordone, Olindo Corradini, Stefano Frabboni, Guido Goldoni, Diego Trancanelli, Francesco Rossella, Enrico Bertuzzo, Marco Govoni
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