Professional Activities


  • IEEE International Solid-State Circuits Conference (ISSCC) 2018 1st Women in Circuits workshop co-organizer. The 2018 workshop theme is “Circuits for Social Good”.

  • Selected to serve as a member of The Engine Working Group: MIT's Innovation Ecosystem.

  • Selected to serve as the circuits and systems session chair for Microsystems Annual Research Conference (MARC) 2017, MIT Microsystems Technology Laboratories.

  • Served as the chair of postdoc committee to provide feedback about postdoc life, events and opportunities to MIT EECS Visiting Committee 2017.

  • Selected to participate the 2017 StartMIT workshop for entrepreneurs and innovators. Her postdoctoral research work is highlighted in the MIT news as a part of the StartMIT workshop for entrepreneurs and innovators.


  • Serving as a co-organizer for IEEE Solid-State Circuits Society (SSCS) events including distinguished lectures and mini-workshops at MIT. "Recent Advances in Analog Circuit Design", SSCS workshop organized by Dr. Rabia T. Yazicigil, B. Hecht and Prof. Anantha P. Chandrakasan is highlighted in the Solid-State Circuits magazine article "Spotlight on Member Benefits", by the President of SSCS, Prof. Jan Van der Spiegel.

  • Serving as a member of the IEEE Solid-State Circuits Society Women in Circuits Initiative committee.

  • Serving as a steering committee member of the MIT EECS Postdoctoral Group.


  • Selected to serve as an EE ambassador in 2015 to provide potential students guidance and information regarding the unique opportunity of studying at Columbia University. The Columbia University Electrical Engineering Department considers its Ambassadors as an exemplary group of students with the highest potential of future success upon completion of their program at Columbia.

  • Served as a graduate student organizer for IEEE Solid-State Circuits Society Distinguished Lectures at Columbia University in Spring 2015 and Fall 2016.