News

January, 2021

"Underground test of gravity-related wave function collapse" published by Angelo Bassi and Catalina Curceanu, among others, has been chosen as second best science news of 2020 by Science.

November, 2020

“The project has fully achieved its objectives and milestones for the period” says the TEQ’s second Review Report delivered by the European Commission.

November, 2020

We gladly share the Lecture Series promoted by UniKORN Seminars of the British Optomechanical Research Network from 11th to 14th January 2021.

November, 2020

The ultimate goal of the research project is to realise a platform for ultra-precise sensing of forces such as gravity.

May, 2020

The Vienna node led by Professor Časlav Brukner explored the temporal localisability of events when quantum systems influence space-time according to Einstein’s general relativity.

October, 2020

A recent TEQ-related paper on PRL sheds light on the detection of dark bosons.

October, 2020

Bringing together researchers working on optomechanics theory and experiments within the United Kingdom.

September, 2020

Ultracold multi-layered force sensor probes the CSL noise in the paper by Vinante, Carlesso, Bassi and Ulbricht.

September, 2020

INFN has opened 10 postdoctoral positions in theoretical physics: one of them is associated to TEQ's research group.

September, 2020

The first Italian public demonstration of encrypted communication using Italian-made optical-fibre quantum technology showcased at ESOF2020 (Trieste).

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