Past Faculty

Tullio Eugene Regge

School of Natural Sciences
Affiliation
Natural Sciences

From the American Philosophical Society:

Tullio Regge was an Italian theoretical physicist known for his introduction of geometrical principles to the formulation of what have come to be called "Regge poles" and the "Regge calculus," a simplified form of general relativity. A graduate of the University of Rochester (Ph.D., 1956), Dr. Regge served as Professor of Theory and Relativity at the University of Turin beginning in 1962. For 12 years he was also a member of the Institute for Advanced Study at Princeton University (1967-79)…

American Philosophical Society, "Tullio Regge" (1982)

Dates at IAS
Visitor
  • Natural Sciences
12/19861/1987
Visitor
  • Natural Sciences
7/19796/1981
Faculty
  • Natural Sciences
7/19656/1979
Member
  • Mathematics / Natural Sciences
1/19636/1964
Degrees
University of Rochester Ph.D., 1956
Honors
Einstein Award 1979
Francesco Somaini Award for Physics 1967
D Heineman Award 1964