Maltman, Kim

Kim Maltman

Full Professor
Ph.D. (Toronto)

Department(s): Mathematics and Statistics

Office: 222 Petrie Science & Engineering Building (PSE)
Phone: (416)736-2100 ext. 77741

Research Fields
High Energy and Particle Physics

Graduate Program Appointment
Full Member: Eligible to supervise M.Sc. or Ph.D.

Research Types
Computational, Theoretical

Research specialization
Quantum chromodynamics (QCD); Chiral perturbation theory.

I am interested in the consequences of the Standard Model of particle physics for few-body nuclear systems and low-energy particle physics and dynamics. My recent research has focussed on Quantum Chromodynamics (QCD), the theory of the strong interactions, using the techniques of chiral perturbation theory and various versions of QCD sum rules to study weak, strong, and electromagnetic observables.