In the history of science, the greatest developments in physics were always followed by important and fundamental developments in mathematics and viceversa. An outstanding example of this interplay between mathematics and theoretical physics has been the scientific life of Tullio Regge, characterized by unconventional originality and a charismatic style in communicating science to general audiences.

The Center promotes and supports research in the following areas:

  • Quantum spacetime, quantum gravity, emergence of classicality.
  • Black hole physics, gravitational waves (theory and detection), models for dark matter and dark energy.
  • Algebraic and geometric structures in gauge theories, supergravity and superstring theories. 
  • Quantum information and computation, quantum metrology
  • Quantum statistical models
  • Modern techniques in amplitude calculations