Krisztian Peters

ATLAS experiment at LHC

Krisztian Peters is Leading Scientist at DESY, working in the field of particle physics. His current research activities focus on understanding the origin of mass and on searching for dark matter and other phenomena beyond the Standard Model of particle physics using the ATLAS Experiment at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN in Geneva. In addition, he studies the research potential for a future electron-positron collider. Previously, he worked on the D0 Experiment at Fermilab and the H1 Experiment at DESY. Krisztian Peters acquired his PhD with a thesis on electroweak and QCD phenomenology.

Academic career

Since 2015 Leading Scientist, DESY
2010-2015 Research Staff, CERN, Switzerland
2005-2010 Research Associate, University of Manchester, UK and full time based at Fermilab, Chicago, USA
2004-2005 Research Associate at DESY Hamburg, Germany
2004 PhD in Physics at the University of Hamburg, Germany
2000-2004 Graduate School Fellowship “Future Developments in Particle Physics” of the German Research Foundation (DFG)
2000 Diploma in Physics at the University of Hamburg, Germany



Since 2010 ATLAS Collaboration at CERN
2008-2010 Member of the D0 Advisory Council
2005-2010 D0 Collaboration at Fermilab
2004-2005 H1 Collaboration at DESY