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Dr. Christopher Bidinosti

Christopher Bidinosti Title: Professor
Office: 3L17
Building: Lockhart Hall
Phone: 204.786.9718
Email: c.bidinosti@uwinnipeg.ca

Ph. D. (University of British Columbia, 2000)


  • On sabbatical.

Research Interests:

My main research interest is the development of novel techniques of nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), with a particular focus on low field NMR/MRI and the use of hyperpolarized nuclei.  Applications of my work range from medical imaging to fundamental physics.  Current research projects and collaborations include (i) TRASE MRI, which is a new imaging technique that uses RF phase-gradient fields to achieve spatial encoding, (ii) experimental searches of the possible permanent electric dipole moment (EDM) of the neutron and Xe-129, and (iii) high performance computing using graphics processing units (GPUs).  I have a general interest in magnetics, including coil design, active and passive shielding, and magnetometry.

I am also co-founder of the TerraByte project (https://terrabyte.acs.uwinnipeg.ca/) at UWinnipeg with Dr. Christopher Henry.  A primary goal of this work is to enable the development of machine learning applications in agriculture through the automated generation of labled images of Canadian crop plants and weeds. The data sets will be made publicly available in order to spur innovation. 


  • AE Krosney, M Lang, JJ Weirathmueller, and CP Bidinosti,"Magnetic diffusion, inductive shielding, and the Laplace transform," American Journal of Physics 89, 490 (2021)
  • MA Beck, C-Y Liu, CP Bidinosti, CJ Henry, CM Godee, and M Ajmani, "An embedded system for the automated generation of labeled plant images to enable machine learning applications in agriculture," PLoS ONE 15, e0243923 (2020)
  • PJ Nacher, S Kumaragamage G Tastevin and CP Bidinosti, "A fast MOSFET rf switch for low-field NMR and MRI", Journal of Magnetic Resonance 310, 106638 (2020)
  • CY Liu, T Andalib, DCM Ostapchuk and CP Bidinosti, "Analytic models of magnetically enclosed spherical and solenoidal coils", Nuclear Inst. and Methods in Physics Research A 949, 162837 (2020)
  • S. Ahmed et al., "Fast-switching magnet serving a spallation-driven ultracold neutron source", Physical Review Accelerators and beams 22, 102401 (2019)
  • S Ahmed et al., "A beamline for fundamental neutron physics at TRIUMF", Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research A 927, 101 (2019)
  • S Ahmed et al., "First ultracold neutrons produced at TRIUMF", Physical Review C 99, 025503 (2019)
  • ML Honke and CP Bidinosti, "The metallic sphere in a uniform ac magnetic field: A simple and precise experiment ...", American Journal of Physics 86, 430 (2018)
  • T Sato et al., "Development of a co-located Xe-129 and Xe-131 nuclear spin masers with external feedback scheme," Physics Letters A 382, 588 (2018)
  • M Mercredi et al., "Assessing the accuracy of using oscillating gradient spin echo sequences with AxCaliber to infer micron-sized axon diameters", Magn Reson Mater Phy 30, 1 (2017)
  • T Andalib et al., "Sensitivity of fields generated within magnetically shielded volumes to changes in magnetic permeability", Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research A 867, 139 (2017)