Jun 12 – 16, 2023
Europe/Rome timezone

The 2023 Front-end Electronics workshop is the 12th of a series of very productive meetings where the best researchers of the world present the state of the art in the field. The meeting has a strong focus on full custom ASIC design. Technical sessions are geared toward HEP experiments, astrophysics, particle physics, medical imaging, photon science, and CMOS monolithic active pixel sensors. As microsystems have gotten denser, new packaging solution and interposer technologies are required and have a special interest. Also, more experiments require cryogenic electronics, where the front-end is actually installed inside the noble liquid (Ar, Xe) and this opens the door to brand-new challenges such as interposer/ASIC electronic supports, having different thermal expansion coefficients. Circuits with very fast timing capabilties are becoming more and more critical for future applications in the field. The potential impact on front-end ASICs of new technological developments such as silicon photonics, artificial intelligence and quantum technologies is also of interest and will be covered in the talks.

Presentations are by invitation only. A limited number of qualified persons can be admitted upon request to assist to the talk. The workshop is in presence only.

Lingotto - Aula Magna Politecnico di Torino
Via Nizza 230 - Torino
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Workshop location The workshop will be held in the Lingotto premises of Politecnico di Torino. The detail address is: Politecnico di Torino - Aula Magna Lingotto - Via Nizza 230 - Torino

Local public transportation The conference location is very close to the Lingotto metro stop. During business hours (from 5:30 am to 10 pm) the underground trains run every few minutes. During weekdays, after 22.00 pm the transportation service run on surface with the bus M1S that serves the same stops as the underground. Informations on local public transports in Torino can be found at: https://www.gtt.to.it/cms/en/

Workshop fee The workshop fee is 400 euros. The workshop covers all lunches and coffee breaks from Monday to Friday, the welcome reception of Tuesday evening and the networking day + social dinner, that will be held on Wednesday afternoon. The cost for any accompanying person is 50 euros for the welcome reception and 100 euros for the networking day.

The conference fee should be paid in Euros by wire bank transfer or PayPal to the following bank account

via Monti 9/C - 10126 - Torino - Italy


Bank account details:

Unicredit Banca

Via Nizza 66

10126 - Torino - ITALY

IT 45 J 02008 01005 000100055602




fees for FEE2023 workshop


Please specify in the payment motivation "fees for the FEE2023 workshop"

Hotel accommodations We recommend to stay in a hotel reasonably close to a metro stop. We provide a list of hotels conveniently located, but other opportunities can be found online.Please note that hotels tend to fill up quickly, so make your reservation as soon as possible.

Hotels close to city center and to the metro line

Starhotels Majestic - Corso Vittorio Emanuele II 54, Torino

Hotel Roma e Rocca Cavour - Piazza Carlo Felice 60, 10121 - Torino

Best Western Hotel Genio - Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, 47 - Torino

Best Western Plus Executive Hotel and Suites - Via Nizza 28, Torino

Hotel NH Torino Centro - Corso Vittorio Emanuele II 104, Torino

Hotel Bologna - Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, 60 - Torino

CX Turin Belfiore Student&Explore Place - via Belfiore 23, Torino

Hotels close to the conference location and to the metro line

DoubleTree by Hilton Turin Lingotto - via Giacomo Matté Trucco 1, Lingotto, Torino

Hotel Plaza - Via Ilariore Petitti 18 - Torino

Hotel Continental - Via Genova 2, Lingotto, Torino

How to get to Torino There are several possibilities to reach Torino

1. From the Torino Caselle airport. The local airport is the the Sandro Pertini International Airport located in Caselle: https://www.aeroportoditorino.it/en

Several flights connect Torino to major European cities. A regular bus service connects the airport to the city center. The final bus stop is in Piazza Carlo Felice in the city Center and close to the metro stop. Tickets can be purchased at the automatic machines in the airport located before the exit.

The bus schedule can be found at: https://www.aeroportoditorino.it/to-move/sadem/000268-torino---caselle-aeroporto---14-09-2020.pdf.

The website of the bus company is: https://torino.arriva.it/en/airport-line-torino-city-center-torino-airport/

You can also take a taxi from the airport. There is a flat fee of 36 euros if the destination is in  the city center and of 41 euros if it is Lingotto. An extra of 0.5 euros per luggage is normally applied. Luggage fee should be on display in the taxi.

Taxis are located a the exit gate of the airport. If you need a taxi ride while you are in the city, you can call a taxi any time at the following numbers: 011 5730 or 011 5737. If you want to pay by credit card, please check beforehand that your taxi is equipped for credit card payment as a few of them accept only cash. If you book a taxi in the city, at the reservation say that you want to pay by credit card.

Taxi informations can be found at https://www.taxitorino.it.

2. From Milano Malpensa airport A regular bus service connects the airport of Milano Malpensa to Torino. The bus runs from Malpensa Terminal 1 to Torino Corso Bolzano. Corso Bolzano in near to the train Station of Torino Porta Susa and close to two metro stops. The stop of Torino Porta Susa is located inside the Station, while the stop of Piazza XVIII dicembre is located in a square close to the bus stop.

The official website of the bus company from Malpensa to Torino is: https://torino.arriva.it/en/airport-line-torino-malpensa-airport/

Low-cost bus companies such as Flixbus might also offer bus connection to Malpensa.

An alternative is to take a train to Milano main Central Station and then another train from Milano Centrale to Torino. The company Trenord provides regular service from the airport to Milano Centrale station. Information can be found at: https://www.thetrainline.com/en/train-times/milan-to-milan-malpensa-airport

From Milano Centrale to Torino the fastest way it to use the high speed lines that connect Milano to Torino in 1 hour ride. There are two companies running high speed train services, Trenitalia (https://www.trenitalia.com/en.html) and Italotreno (https://www.italotreno.it/en)

3. By train There are two main stations in Torino: Torino Porta Nuova (in the city center) and Torino Porta Susa. Both stations are served by the high-speed train lines that connect Torino to other major Italian cities, such as Milano, Bologna, Florence and Rome. Two companies provide the high-speed train service, Trenitalia (https://www.trenitalia.com/en.html) and Italotreno (https://www.italotreno.it/en).  Both main stations are also served by the local metro line.