Lydia joined Dehns in September 2021 as a Technical Assistant in the Engineering team. She graduated from the University of Oxford in 2019 with an MPhys Physics degree, specialising in condensed matter physics, lasers and quantum computing. During her time at university, Lydia undertook research internships at the University of York, Centre for Health Economics, and the University of São Paulo, Institute of Energy and the Environment.
After completing her degree, Lydia spent two years as a scientist at the STFC Rutherford Appleton laboratory where she developed x-ray detector systems for use in high energy spectroscopy applications.
Lydia has worked with a variety of clients, ranging from individual inventors, technology transfers offices, SMEs and large multinational corporations. She works to support several partners in all aspects of patent applications in the UK, Europe and a number of other territories around the world.
Lydia has worked on patent applications the fields of physics and engineering. She has particular experience in mechanical engineering and electronics.
MPhys Physics, First Class, University of Oxford (2019)