CNIT announces a Public selection for the assignment of n.1 awards to the best PhD thesis in Electromagnetism – 2023 Edition. To participate, candidates must have obtained a research doctorate from a public university that is a member of the CNIT in the year preceding that of the call. Closing date of te selection: 15/05/2023
On January 26th and 27th, 2023, the Kick-off meeting of the RESTART project, “RESearch and innovation on future Telecommunications systems and networks, to make Italy more smart,” was held at the Politecnico di Milano in Leonardo da Vinci square. RESTART is an extended partnership funded by PNRR resources under the theme of Telecommunications of the Future that includes 25
CNIT is hosting a Demo Centre on 1 December in Pisa (Italy) on Graphene photonics for mm-wave wireless links, in the frame of PhotonHub project. Register now and find out all the details. PhotonHub is a pan-European photonics digital innovation hub that helps SMEs & mid-caps to become highly competitive digital businesses through photonics-based technologies.
CNIT is hosting a free PhotonHub online introductory course in Photonics Innovation. Register now and discover all training sessions by experts from the leading competence centres across Europe: photonhub.eu/trainings-list PhotonHub is a pan-European photonics digital innovation hub that helps SMEs & mid-caps to become highly competitive digital businesses through photonics-based technologies.
National Lab RaSS – Prof. Marco Martorella – NATO STO Excellence Award for the NATO SET-232/236 RTG on “Design and Analysis of Compressive Sensing Techniques for Radar, ESM and EO Systems”
The joint NATO STO Research Task Groups of SET-232 on “Computational Imaging and Compressive Sensing for EO/IR Systems” and SET-236 on “Design and Analysis of Compressive Sensing Techniques for Radar and ESM Applications” have successfully investigated and demonstrated the use of Compressive Sensing techniques for Electro-Optical (EO) imaging, radar and Electronic Support Measures (ESM) systems. This was an outstanding
From September 12-16, Alberto Lupidi and Alessandro Cantelli-Forti held the final trials of the NATO-SPS “ANTI-DRONES” project in Skopje, Macedonia, at Mother Teresa University and the Stenkovec training center. Representatives of the Ministry of Defense, Macedonian Deputy Minister of Defense, and Civil Aviation participated as end-users of the project. Rector Zeqiri honored our researchers in a ceremony. The project