The success of TIFPA depends on the availability of innovative, cutting-edge laboratories and infrastructures. TIFPA can exploit:
• the APSS protontherapy center, with the high-energy proton beam line and the research cave;
• the clean rooms of the FBK Center for Materials and Microsystems, where sensors are produced with the six inches wafer micro-fabrication facility;
• the European Centre for Theoretical Studies in Nuclear Physics and Related Areas (ECT*), a European Research Infrastructure, and an institutional member of NuPECC, the ESF Associated Nuclear Physics European Collaboration Committee;
• the slow positron beam at UNITN; the modern biology laboratories at CIBIO;
• the new 33 m2 class 10,000 (ISO7) clean room in the TIFPA headquarters, including a 2 m2 area in class 100 (ISO5).