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Prof. Tullio REGGE

Prof. Tullio REGGE, Italian Member of the European Parliament. D. Heineman Award for math, physics, 1964; Somain Prize, American Society of Physics, 1967; Einstein Medal, 1979; Gold Medal, City of Turin, 1979.

Background

  • REGGE, Prof. Tullio was born on July 11, 1931 in Turin, Italy.

  • Education

    • University of Turin, degree in Physics, 1952. University of Rochester, Ph.D, New York. 1956; habil, 1958.

    Career

    • Member of the European Parliament, since 1989. Lecturer, University of Turin, 1957-1962. Professor, Theory of relativity, University of Turin, since 1962.

      Formulated a math, model in the relativistic theory of impacts and low temp, phenomena, gave his name (Regge Poles) to apparent particles that appear in intermediate phases.

    Works

    • Author of about 150 publications on physics of high energy.

    Politics

    Membership

    Clubs: Chairman, Institut, for Interchange of Science Information. Italian Union of Mathematics Physics.

    Personality

    Interests

    Music.

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