Milad joined the QNC-MBE research team in February 2022 as an Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) Ph.D. student to explore the development of innovative THz photoconductive antennas, particularly for sensing, spectroscopy, and communication applications.
Seyed-Ali joined the QNC-MBE research team in February 2022 to develop high-performance Sub-THz and THz sources with applications to communications, imaging, sensing, and spectroscopy.
Trevor Blaikie has been a member of the QNC-MBE group since September 2020 following the completion of his undergraduate degree in physics. Trevor obtained his BSc (Hons) at Ontario Tech University, specializing in astrophysics.
After having graduated with a physics degree from Queen’s University in Kingston, Hadiya found herself intrigued by the physics and applications of the "very small". This led her to pursue her Master’s degree in the QNC-MBE research group.