Daniel Maitre

Deputy Director

Associate Professor

Office: OC206

Tel: x43653

After my undergraduate study at ETH Zürich I completed my PhD in 2007 at the university of Zürich. I then spent 18 month at SLAC with a grant from the Swiss National Foundation before coming to Durham as a postdoc in October 2008. I started there as a lecturer in October 2010 and spend 9 months at CERN as a fellow in 2011 and 2012.


My publications can be found using the following this link.

Research Area

My research area is higher order calculations in QCD and the study of their phenomenological implications.

Research Interests

My research interests revolve around high order calculations and their phenomenological implication. I’m interested in improving the methods for calculating these higher order calculations and pushing the boundaries of what can be calculated in practice.


I am currently teaching the Level3 course Nuclear and Particle Physics