MONICA ROZENFELD

Piscataway, N.J.

Associate Editor , m.rozenfeld@ieee.org

Monica Rozenfeld is the associate editor of The Institute. She covers the gamut of IEEE’s fields of interest, including cybersecurity, wearables, and smart homes. Monica oversees a new channel on startups, spotlighting IEEE members who have launched their own ventures, as well as The Institute’s blog IEEE Roundup and social media networks on Facebook and Twitter.

Recent Work

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What Does Our Data Reveal About Us?

22 May 2018
Collision conference speakers discuss identity in the digital age

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Celebrities Implore Engineers to Join Their Causes at Collision Conference

17 May 2018
Al Gore, Sophia Bush, and others advocate for the environment and the #TimesUp movement

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A Peek Inside Georgia Tech’s Smart Materials Lab

16 May 2018
Director discusses applications that could one day treat neurodegenerative diseases and monitor the environment

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Should AI Be in Charge of Hiring?

10 May 2018
Ikea, L’Oréal, and PepsiCo are recruiting with Robot Vera

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How to Make a Career Move to Smart Materials

4 May 2018
Biomedicine, consumer electronics, and robotics will benefit from advances

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Anthony Agnello’s Harmonizer Brought Recording Studios Into the Digital Age

16 April 2018
The Life Member receives a Lifetime Achievement Technical Grammy Award

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Farms Across Serbia Are Being Connected to the Internet

10 April 2018
BioSense Institute combines AI, nanotechnology, and remote sensing to increase food production

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Learn About the Future of Food Production With These Four Videos

6 April 2018
IEEE.tv programs cover indoor farms and precision agriculture

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‘Plant Tattoo’ Can Help Farmers Select Crop Varieties To Survive Drought

3 April 2018
The nanodevice measures which plant varieties absorb and retain the most water

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How to Break Into Broadcast Technology

21 March 2018
Radio, television, and online streaming services need engineers