Congratulations to Dr. Mondira (Mandy) Deb Pant on being elected as the next TCVLSI chair.
The polls for the TCVLSI chair election have closed, and the votes have been verified. After tallying the results, Mondira (Mandy) Deb Pant received more votes and will be the new TCVLSI Chair.
The Technical Committee on Very Large Scale Integration (TCVLSI) of the IEEE Computer Society (IEEE-CS) addresses the interactions among the various aspects of VLSI design including system-level design, logic-level design, circuit-level design, and semiconductor processes. It also covers the computer-aided design techniques to facilitate the VLSI design process. The VLSI may include digital circuits and systems, analog circuits, as well as mixed-signal circuits and systems.
About Dr. Mondira Pant
In her current role of Academic Research Director at Intel, Dr. Mondira (Mandy) Deb Pant, a Principal Engineer, works with leading academic researchers worldwide and senior technical leaders at Intel to seed and drive research efforts in areas of strategic importance to Intel in particular and the computing industry in general. Prior to this, as Intel’s lead technologist in the area of power delivery and power management, she investigated and drove several issues in the power space, particularly on-chip power delivery issues, power management and power reduction on the Intel next generation high volume server microprocessors. She has led Intel's die power delivery company wide synergy efforts and recently driven Intel's power delivery Roadmap program. Further, she has also been a key player in driving and deploying Intel's internal innovation programs.
She has published 20+ technical papers in prestigious VLSI conferences and journals, has 3 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.