Professor Grahame Blair

Research interests


I am currently working on particle accelerator beam diagnostics and also advanced simulation of particle beams, including the LHC.  I am also interested in the physics of the ATLAS experiment at the LHC.  We currently have accelerator projects at KEK, in Tsukuba, CERN in Geneva, DESY in Hamburg, and RAL in Didcot.

Personal profile

I am currently Head of Department at RHUL's Department of Physics and I also manage the Centre for Particle Physics at RHUL and am Deputy Directory of the John Adams Institute for accelerator science, in collaboration with Oxford University.  I also am involved in several EU-funded programmes in particle accelerator physics, including the FP7-funded EuCARD in collaboration with CERN, KEK and DESY and the FP7-funded LHC upgrade HiLumi programme at CERN.

Teaching

I teach the quantum physics part of the course PH1920 and also teach the third year course PH3930 in Particle Astrophysics.

Educational background

I did my BA and DPhil at Oxford University and then my first post-doctoral position at Princeton University.

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