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The European Researchers’ Night is an event that takes place each year simultaneously in hundreds of cities in Europe.

The "Researchers' Night 2019" in Trento took place at MUSE – Science Museum and in the surrounding district “Le Albere”, on September 27th from 5:00 pm until late in the evening. The event has been organized by the University of Trento, Fondazione Bruno Kessler, Fondazione Edmund Mach and MUSE in collaboration with the Autonomous Province of Trento and under the patronage of the Municipality of Trento.


Luigi Crema, head of ARES, invited as guest speaker at CCESC 2018!


ARES participates in the Green Week of Trento, the national festival of the green economy!


The BRICKER Final Conference takes place during WSED2018 within the Technology Innovation Conference: Energy and Buildings on Friday 2 March 2018 in Wels (Austria) from 9-12:30 h. On Thursday 1 March 2018, a presentation of the project will be made in the session “Tomorrow's buildings: energy efficient, digital, user centred”


The meeting, held in Italian, aims to address issues like green economy, circular economy and energy policies.


MaDEleNA project, financed by Autonomous Province of Trento (PAT), aims to develop neuro-bio-inspired electronic systems based on elements mimicking the function of natural nervous systems and brain. Goals are achieved by combining materials research, novel hardware designs and state-of-the-art methods, integrating the skills of scientific local partners and national companies.


From Tuesday, February 28 to Sunday, March 5, 2017, the North of Italy become a cutting-edge showcase of green thinking at the Green Week, promoted by VeneziePost, Università degli Studi di Trento, Fondazione Bruno Kessler, Fondazione Edmund Mach, MUSE-Museo delle Scienze e Trentino Sviluppo.

FBK is organizing the panel "Alternative fuels in the near future mobility." Luigi Crema participate as scientific coordinator of the Italian Hydrogen Mobility Plan.


ARES organize the seminar entitled “Energy planning and the transition to renewable energy systems” with the invited speaker Poul Alberg Østergaard, Professor in energy planning at the Department of Planning at Aalborg University (Denmark)


ARES promotes GEOTERM final congress to present results and application of the research activities regarding methods of analysis and monitoring tools for the characterization of the subsurface and the design of geoexchange systems in the Alpine area.


For the first time since its establishment, EERA is organising a scientific conference. This conference is the occasion for energy researchers active in EERA, that represent more than 175 research organisations active in all fields of research on low-carbon energy, to meet and discover about each others’ challenges. The goal is to provide the opportunity for JPs cross-fertilisation, to discuss topics of common interest and input to contributing to the objectives of the SET-Plan and to the EU policy priorities in energy research.