Director • Giuseppe Battistoni is the Director of TIFPA since September 2018.
Born in Rome in 1954, he started his scientific career with INFN in 1982 at Frascati National Labs, taking part in particle physics experiments at accelerators and working for the development of new particle detectors.
Later on he has been involved in particle physics research without accelerators (nucleon decay, high energy cosmic rays, atmospheric neutrinos) and contributed to the first activities of Gran Sasso National Labs with the MACRO experiment.
In 1990 he moved to Milan, where he joined the ATLAS experiment at the LHC accelerator at CERN, while continuing his actviities in astroparticle physics at Gran Sasso Labs. There he joined the ICARUS experiment.
In the last fifteen years he has been involved in medical applications of nuclear and particle physics, particularly in the field of hadrontherapy, where he is active in both the development of Montecarlo simulations and research on techniques for in-vivo monitoring of therapeutic treatments.
He had been Director of INFN section of Milan from 2006 to 2012, and, prior to becoming TIFPA Director, he served as coordinator of the INFN Technical Scientific Committee.
He is author and co-author of hundreds of scientific publications on international journals.

Partners Committee (CPR) • This board co-ordinates the collaboration of the partner institutions. CPR is chaired by the center Director and is composed by one representative each from INFN, UNITN, FBK, and APSS.

Center Council (CC) • The CC is the center governance and represents approximately 100 INFN associates in Trento. It is composed by the five INFN group coordinators, three representatives of Technological Sectors (virtual laboratories: space, medical, and sensors), representatives of the personnel and of the technical services.
Repository of CC minutes (requires authentication with INFN credentials).

Technical-Scientific Committee (CTS) • CTS monitors the implementation of the research programs and their position in the International context, advises the CC in its scientific and technological strategy, and supervises the evaluation of the center.