Welcome to the homepage of the Low Temperature Detectors for Neutrino Physics development group. Our Cryogenic Laboratory is hosted by the Physics Department of Milano-Bicocca University and it is run in collaboration with the Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare (Sezione di Milano-Bicocca).

We are currently developing Low Temperature Detectors mostly for neutrino physics (Direct neutrino mass measurements, Neutrinoless double beta decay searches, ...). Our goal is to conceive, develop, and carry out experiments to answer some outstanding questions about neutrinos, but the cutting edge techniques  we develop may also have an impact in many frontier fields like astrophysics, material analysis, nuclear safety and diagnostic, archaeometry, and quantum technologies.

Our research is highly interdisciplinary and combines expertises in condensed matter, atomic, nuclear, and sub-nuclear physics, thin film technology, device micro-fabrication, low temperature techniques, superconducting electronics, microwave electronics, digital signal processing and large cryogenic systems.