Chaitali Sengupta has 14 years of experience in the field of
communications architecture. She has been named in MIT Technology
Review Magazine's "Top 100 innovators under 35" list (TR100) in 2004
and Rice University Outstanding Young Engineering Alumni in 2007.
Previously, she was a Distinguished Member, Technical Staff in the
Cellular Systems CTO Office in Texas Instruments, Dallas.
At Texas Instruments she led systems definition and roadmap for 3G
(WCDMA/GSM/EGPRS) cellular chipsets. She has driven key system
decisions including partition of implementation between hardware and
software, system design of hardware co-processors, and physical layer
software architecture. She also has been responsible for system
engineering of Texas Instrument's UMTS base station solutions.
Dr. Sengupta completed her Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering in 1999,
from Rice University, Houston, TX. She is the author of three book
chapters, including "DSP in mobile communications" published by John
Wiley and Sons, over fifteen research papers in various prestigious
journals such as IEEE Transactions Communications, and two patents in
the area of communications architectures.