TIME: 6:00pm - 7:30pm
LOCATION: Grand Ballroom, Baltimore Marriott Waterfront
Jeannette M. Wing Bio
Orla Feely Bio
Professor Feely is Chair of the EU Horizon 2020 Advisory Group on Marie Sklodowska Curie Actions and is also a member of the Higher Education Authority.
She has published 20+ technical papers in prestigious VLSI conferences and journals, has 2 issued patents and 5 pending patents.
Mandy received her Bachelors (B.Tech) in Computer Science and Engineering from I.I.T Kharagpur, India, a Masters (MS) in Electrical Engineering and a Doctorate (PhD) in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA. She joined Intel in 2001 as part of the Alpha team acquisition from Compaq Computer Corporation where she worked since graduating in 2000.
EXTRA:Mandy is regarded as a very strong and motivating technical speaker having given numerous invited talks at various conferences and universities, including several keynote talks and distinguished lectures. She is an active proponent of STE(A) M for Women and young girls and has participated in various efforts in promoting it across the nation in general and in the New England area in particular. In 2009, Mandy was recognized by Mass High Tech (A Massachusetts High Tech Journal) as one of the top ten upcoming Women to Watch in the New England area. In 2013, she was recognized by the India New England journal as one of the top 20 South Asian Women of 2013 in the New England area. She has recently risen to the role of Technical Chair for Intel’s biggest internal technical design conference.
She is a proud Mom to two young girls ages 15 and 11 and is an avid reader, traveler, dancer and yoga enthusiast.
The field of circuits and systems faces inevitable changes. How are we, as a research community, going to respond? What will that mean for the individuals who are the practitioners of our field, whether they are in academia, industry, or government labs? The field of Circuits and systems integrates knowledge on system design, engineering, mathematics and physics. Will we be able to put these together and provide our own drivers for further development?