PhD Student

Kate Fenwick

Physics PhD student Kate Fenwick adjusts the instruments on an optics table for her quantum random walk experiment. Her research is located in the Security and Disruptive Technologies Research Centre’s Ultrafast Quantum Photonics Lab at 100 Sussex in Ottawa.
Kate Fenwick règle des instruments sur une table d’optique pour son expérience sur le cheminement quantique aléatoire. L’étudiante au doctorat en physique poursuit ses travaux au laboratoire de photonique quantique ultrarapide du Centre de recherche sur les technologies de sécurité et de rupture situé au 100, promenade Sussex, à Ottawa.




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  1. D. England, F. Bouchard, K. Fenwick, K. Bonsma-Fisher, Y. Zhang, P. J. Bustard, B. J. Sussman “Perspectives on all-optical Kerr switching for quantum optical applications,” Applied Physics Letters 119, 160501 (2021).
  2. F. Bouchard, D. England, P. J. Bustard, K. L. Fenwick, E. Karimi, K. Heshami, B. Sussman “Achieving ultimate noise tolerance in quantum communication,” Physical Review Applied 15, 024027 (2021).
  3. K. L. Fenwick, D. G. England, P. J. Bustard, J. M. Fraser, B. J. Sussman “Carving out configurable ultrafast pulses from a continuous wave source via the optical Kerr effect,” Optics Express 28, 24845 (2020).
  4. A. Satriano, B. Heydari, N. Guron, K. Fenwick, M. Cheung, Y. Mikami, N. Merchant, C. P. Lydell, A. G. Howarth, N. M. Fine, J. A. White “3-Dimensional regional and global strain abnormalities in hypertrophic cardiomyopathy,” The International Journal of Cardiovascular Imaging 35, 1913 (2019).
  5. A. Todd, A. Satriano, K. Fenwick, N. Merchant, C. P. Lydell, A. G. Howarth, M. G. Friedrich, T. J. Anderson, N. M. Fine, J. A. White “Intra-thoracic adiposity is associated with impaired contractile function in patients with coronary artery disease: a cardiovascular magnetic resonance imaging study,” The International Journal of Cardiovascular Imaging 35, 121 (2019).