Dina El-Damak received Texas Instruments Graduate Woman’s Fellowship for Leadership in Microelectronics.
MIT EECS graduate student Dina El-Damak has been awarded Texas Instruments Graduate Woman’s Fellowship for Leadership in Microelectronics. TI first offered this Fellowship in 2004. Dina was awarded the fellowship twice for both the academic years 2012-2013 and 2013-2014.
“Receiving the Fellowship twice is unprecedented” said Dr Dennis Buss, Chief Scientist of Texas Instruments and Visiting Scientist at MIT, “In a short time Dina has demonstrated tremendous leadership in her research”.
Dina received the SM degree from MIT in 2012 and the B.Sc. degree from Ain Shams University, Egypt. She is currently a PhD student in the Energy-Efficient Circuits and Systems group headed by Prof. Anantha Chandrakasan. Her research is focused on energy harvesting and power management for self-powered sensors and implanted applications. Dina would like to thank her advisor Prof. Chandrakasan for his incredible support and the generosity of Texas Instruments.