MSc. Physics and Quantum Information, Institute for Quantum Computing, University of Waterloo
Lydia joined ACENET in 2020. Her experience spans several research fields and organizations where she has led or collaborated in applying advanced technology, including experimental quantum physics, nursing, psychology and public health. Her varied projects include optimizing entangled photon sources, imaging of bohmian trajectories, experimentally verifying quantum causality, integrating e-technology with mental health screening, and developing mental health e-interventions (including a triage algorithm). Most recently, she has been studying experiences and opinions around health and safety, and the effects of employment legislation on family farms in Alberta.