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World Quantum Day at CRS4: Leveraging Quantum Computing for real-world applications

World Quantum Day at CRS4: Leveraging Quantum Computing for real-world applications CRS4 invites everyone to join this online seminar for a general public aimed at increasing global awareness on quantum computing and technologies while encouraging new collaborations on real world applications. Our researchers and technologists will talk about their ongoing research activities and the deployment…

CRS4 launches activities to introduce children to science and technology

CRS4, launches on Monday, March 13, activities to popularize STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) disciplines in kindergartens and elementary school in Sardinia. Children will be involved in discovering science through some experiments.  

CRS4 SUCCESSFULLY EMULATES A 30-QUBIT QUANTUM COMPUTER

The quantum computing team at the CRS4 Centre for Research, Development and Advanced Studies in Sardinia, composed of researcher Giuliana Siddi and technologists Marco Moro and Michele Muggiri, has succeeded in emulating the operations of a 30-qubit quantum computer thanks to the computing infrastructure acquired with the recent investment of over €3 million. Giacomo Cao,…

CRS4 is a partner in Damas, digital hub for automotive and aerospace supply chains

CRS4 is a partner in Damas, Digital hub for AutoMotive and AeroSpace, to foster the green digital transformation of aerospace and automotive supply chains throughout Italy. The project focuses on high performance computing and artificial intelligence, and makes use of state-of-the-art technologies, particularly in the areas of cloud computing, big data, virtual and augmented reality,…

Graduation ceremony for future-oriented master's courses: Aerospace Systems Engineering and Security Awareness

The graduation ceremony for the master's degrees in Aerospace Systems Engineering and Security Awareness, organised by the Aerospace District of Sardinia (DASS) in collaboration with CRS4, the research centre of the Science and Technology Park of Sardinia, was held this morning in Cagliari. The two master's degree courses, financed entirely by the Sardinian Regional Government…

Collaboration with the Mont'e Prama Foundation begins

The agreement signed in December with the Fondazione Mont'e Prama becomes operative. In recent days, a delegation from the Centre, guests of the Cabras museum, met with the Foundation's director, Nadia Canu, to define the priorities to be implemented. The Centre's support will concern activities related to the planned refurbishment of the Cabras Civic Museum…

ORTUMANNU: FERTILIZER BACTERIA TO IMPROVE PRODUCTION

Replacing chemical fertilizers with microorganisms and bacteria that can promote plant growth even during periods of water stress, improving soil functions and agricultural production. This is the result of the Ortumannu project, in which CRS4 participated together with the University of Cagliari, Mutah University (Jordan) and Enea, which aims to counter soil depletion and to…

Silvia Gervasoni won the CRS4 "Young Female Researchers 2022" award

The CRS4 Prize "Young Female Researchers 2022", for the enhancement of the scientific talent of young women, was awarded to Silvia Gervasoni, graduate in pharmaceutical biotechnology and with a PhD in pharmaceutical science. Currently Dr Gervasoni carries out her research at the University of Cagliari. The competition is part of the activities of the Gender…

The CRS4 advisory board grows with further high-profile professionals

The CRS4 advisory board is now enriched by two new high-profile professionals: astrophysicist Marta Burgay and journalist Flavia Giacobbe. The committee, which was set up in February 2021 to provide assistance, support and advice to the management of the research centre, thus reaches 10 members. The Sole Administrator of CRS4, Giacomo Cao, said: "Two experts…