Ketaki joined Marks & Clerk’s Cambridge office in September 2014. Before arriving at Marks & Clerk she obtained a first class BEng Hons and was awarded an IET prize for distinction in Electronics and Communications Engineering at the University of Sheffield. Subsequently, Ketaki moved to the University of Cambridge where she joined the Centre for Doctoral Training and was awarded MRes in Photonics Systems Development and a PhD in optical communication Engineering. Her PhD research project was a collaboration between the University of Cambridge and Toshiba Research Europe Ltd and focused on integrating quantum key distribution systems with conventional data traffic on a single optical fibre.
BEng, MRes, PhD