Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP)
Centre international Abdus Salam de physique théorique (CIPT)
1964 Trieste Italy
1964, Trieste (Italy), as International Centre for Theoretical Physics, by B-XB1383 - International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), with the support of the Italian Government. Operated jointly by IAEA and B-XB3383 - UNESCO, with major financial assistance from the Government of Italy, from 1970 to 1 Jan 1996, when administrative management transferred from IAEA to UNESCO. Present name adopted 21 Nov 1997, to honour the memory of the founder and inspirational leader.
Foster growth of advanced studies and research in physical and mathematical sciences, especially in support of excellence in developing countries; develop high-level scientific programmes, minding the needs of developing countries; provide an international forum of scientific contact for scientists worldwide; conduct research at the highest international standards; maintain conducive environment of scientific inquiry for the entire ICTP community.
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