Blair Jamieson

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Blair Jamieson
Associate Professor


  • Particle and Nuclear Physics
Areas of Expertise:
  • Big Data
  • Data Analysis
  • Detector Technologies
  • Intensity Frontier
  • Neutrino Oscillations
  • Nuclear Physics
  • Particle Physics
  • Precision Measurements
  • Ultracold Neutrons
Languages Spoken:
  • English
Available To:
  • Appear on radio or TV
  • Appear as a public speaker
  • Provide comment to media
  • Write articles
  • Discuss research with industry, government, and others

Dr. Blair Jamieson is an Associate Professor in the Department of Physics at The University of Winnipeg. He received his PhD from the University of British Columbia and his main interests include experimental subatomic physics, statistically sound precision measurements, fundamental symmetries and tests of the standard model.

Jamieson is also interested in developing new detectors, and has worked on the large volume Time Projection Chambers (TPC)s for the near detector of T2K. His research program is working toward further understanding the properties of fundamental particles. In particular, he is involved in neutrino oscillation studies with the Tokai to Kamioka experiment in Japan, is planning for a next generation mega-ton scale water cerenkov detector (Hyper-Kamiokande) and is studying the neutron electric dipole moment using ultra cold neutrons.

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Two UWinnipeg projects receive Research Manitoba funding

UWinnipeg chemist Dr. Chris Wiebe and physicist Dr. Blair Jamieson received Research Manitoba 2020 CFI Innovation Fund Matching Program grants in...

CFI funding supports world-class research

The University of Winnipeg will be building a world-class facility that that will allow for the most detailed measurements of neutrino...

UWinnipeg collaborates with Super-Kamiokande

Several UWinnipeg students are working with Dr. Blair Jamieson as part of the international collaboration contributing to the calibration of the...

Pathways to Graduate Studies inspires Indigenous student research

For the second summer in a row, Indigenous students studying science at The University of Winnipeg are able to gain research experience and build a...