Judy Amanor-Boadu

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Judy Amanor-Boadu


Judy Amanor-Boadu, Ph.D. is an electrical engineer with over ten years of experience in the semiconductor, PC, and battery-charging industries. She currently holds the position of a senior analog engineer at Intel Corporation, where she focuses on power delivery modeling and characterization of Intel Xeon CPU processors for data-center products. She also provides implementation guidelines, performs feasibilities studies, and design verification of current and future generations of Xeon processors, graphics processing units, and accelerators.

She is a strong believer in the power of mentorship and the overall career development of people. During her doctoral studies at Texas A&M University, she served as the mentor for the first all-female autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) team to participate in the AUVSI Robosub competition, where she helped team members develop their practical engineering, project-management, and budgeting skills. She also served as an advisor for the SAE Supermileage and Vex-U teams and cofounded several student organizations, serving as a career resource for both undergraduate and graduate students during her time at Texas A&M University. She currently serves as an academic associate for the Engineering Projects in Community Service (EPICS) course at Arizona State University.

She served as the FY16 National Graduate Society of Women Engineers (SWE) webinar coordinator and Texas A&M University SWE mentorship coordinator from 2014 to 2016. During her tenure, she developed programs for both undergraduate and graduate students concerning career paths and job interviews. She also co-organized the first IEEE African workshop on Circuits and Systems in Ghana in 2017, and was a member of both the 2020 I2MTC and the Ph.D. Research in Microelectronics and Electronics technical program committees. Dr. Amanor-Boadu regularly serves as a reviewer for MDPI and IEEE publications. She is currently piloting a robotics and entrepreneurship program for middle schoolers in Accra, Ghana.

Her current and past research activities include the development of power integrity, lithium-ion battery charging algorithms, power management, energy harvesting, and wireless charging.

Dr. Amanor-Boadu holds the Bachelor of Science degree from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Ghana, and the Master of Science and Ph.D. degrees in electrical engineering from Texas A&M University.

Position(s) & Affiliation(s)

Intel Corporation
United States