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Jeewika RanaweeraPrincipal Hardware EngineerOracle

Jeewika Ranaweera is a principal hardware engineer at Oracle. She received her Bachelor’s in Computer Science and Engineering from ISPJAE in Havana, Cuba; and her Master’s and PhD degrees in Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) from the University of Toronto, Canada. She is a member of the Oracle Semiconductor Engineering team that focuses on high-speed microprocessors. She is an IEEE Senior Member, an ABET program evaluator for IEEE, and a Sustainability Champion at Oracle.

Jeewika authored an eBook about her engineering journey for IEEE Women in Engineering to inspire others to follow STEM careers and illustrated the 1stchildren’s book published by IEEE. Recently she spoke about “The impact of 5G, AI, and Blockchain on the way we live” at the FB Developer Circle, and at the IEEE Technology Time Machine conference, “Women making the future” panel giving her vision of technological advances expected in the next 30 years. She also organized the 2019 IEEE Women in Computing Summit under the theme "Rising Together To Influence Our Future."Through Oracle Women Leadership, she organized an event to celebrate the UN’s International Day of The Girl 2018, themed “With Her: A Skilled GirlForce”. In 2017, she spoke at the Grace Hopper Conference on “High Performance Computing and Engineering track” and contributed to the development of the next generation of women in technology. She was a panelist at the 2017 IEEE Women in Computing Summit’s Innovation Panel on “How to stay ahead of the curve in technology”.

She has authored and co-authored many papers published in technical journals, or presented at international conferences. Jeewika holds four US Patents.

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