Centre for Theoretical Physics at the British University in Egypt (BUE)
The Centre for Theoretical Physics at the BUE was founded in 2006 as a centre of excellence in fundamental physics; since then, it has expanded its research scope to include some experimental and applied areas of research, especially as connected to the experiments at the Large Hadron Collider at CERN. Current research interests include particle physics, theories of gravity, cosmology, and galaxy formation and evolution.
The centre aims at establishing links with the international scientific community in areas of interest; via formal and informal collaborative ties, as well as the hosting of workshops and conferences. It also aims at training graduate students in pursuing research at an international level.