Congratulations on IEEE Fellow Elevation:
Michael Condry for leadership in the development of semiconductor and computing technologiesTEM C SIT IE Member and nominated thru TEM.Mary Ellen Randall for leadership in the development and commercialization of audiovideo decodersTEM C SIT Member and nominated thru TEM.Rajiv Sabherwal for contributions to research on management of knowledge and information technologiesTEM E PC SIT C Member and nominated thru TEM.
Michael is currently the Chair, of the Advisory Board for Clinicai, Inc. a startup company providing early detections cancer. His industry experience also includes leadership roles in Intel, Sun, and AT&T Bell Laboratories. At Intel, Michael was the Chief Technical Officer in the Client Division responsible for customer innovation, design cost reduction, and security. This plus his efforts in technical staff development awarded him and his team the prestigious Intel Quality Award in 2015. In academia he held teaching and research positions at Princeton and University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. His background includes projects in computer architecture, software, firmware, operating systems, networking, IoT, internet applications, standards, and computer security. His patents include computer architecture and security.
Michael has many years engaging in the IEEE. He is the President of the IEEE Technology and Engineering Management Society (TEMS). Michael is a senior board member for the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society (IES), he created and chairs the IEEE Industry Forum for IES and TEMS. Michael is also a member of the IEEE Computer Society for over 28 years. He has chaired many IEEE conferences as well as the Industry Forum program in multiple societies. He has published many technical papers and regularly presents keynotes at technical conferences.
Mary Ellen Randall is founder/CEO of Ascot Technologies, Inc., an award-winning software company which develops mobile apps for enterprises.
Ms. Randall served on the IEEE Board of Directors, as the IEEE Vice President for Member and Geographic Activities (2017) and Director from Region 3 (2014-2015) . She currently serves as MOVE Community Outreach Program Director, an IEEE-USA Initiative (move.ieeeusa.org).
Previously, Ms. Randall held a variety of management and technical positions with IBM, including an international assignment, hardware & software development, digital video encoder & decoder chips, client/server services, network management, operating systems, and test design automation. She routinely managed projects on an international scale.
Ms. Randall is a member of the Eta Kappa Nu honor society in the profession of Electrical and Computer Engineering.
Ms. Randall was named a top Woman In Business in the Research Triangle NC area and made Business Leader Magazine’s Impact 100 List.
knowledge and information technologies.
Rajiv is the Edwin & Karlee Bradberry Chair and Department Chair of Information Systems in the Walton College of Business at the University of Arkansas, where he also served as Executive Director for Information Technology Research Institute and led the formation of a new Blockchain Center of Excellence. A long-time IEEE member, Rajiv served as the Editor-in-Chief of IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management for eight years. He has served as Member of the Advisory Committee for IEEE Technology and Engineering Management Society, Vice-Chair of the IEEE Ozark Section, and program co-chair and panelist on IEEE and other prestigious