Luigi Maxmilian Caligiuri received laurea magna cum laude in theoretical Physics from University of Calabria, Cosenza, Italy. He started his research and teaching activity at University of Calabria at Faculties of Sciences and Engineering in several fields of theoretical and applied sciences. From 2001 he is full professor of Physics in the roles of Italian Minister of Educational, Scientific Research and University (MIUR).
From 2013 he is also member of the Natural Philosophy Alliance (NPA) and, form 2015, an expert member of the International Engineering and Technology Institute (IETI). From 2014 to 2016 he has been the Executive Director of the Scientific Projects Divisions at International Society for Space Science (ISSS). He has received several international awards in the field of theoretical and applied physics and engineering.
In 2016 he has been included in the Marquis Who’s Who in the World and in the 2017 he has been nominated among the top 100 scientists in the world by the Cambridge Biographical Centre.
He has published tens of scientific papers in peer-reviewed international journals of physics and engineering in the fields of theoretical physics, acoustics, biophysics, electromagnetic fields and material sciences. He is editorial board member of tens of international journals related to theoretical and applied physics.
His most recent interests relate to coherent quantum field theory and its application to different fields - from fundamental physics to cosmology and brain mechanism - to superluminal physics and to the study of consciousness and mind mechanism from the standpoint of quantum mechanics, to advanced quantum computing and Artificial Intelligence. He also conducts scientific popularization activity by writing essays in magazines and participating in television programs.