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

Mindbot: A Virtual Therapist to Help People With Mental Illness

21 April 2017
IEEE member working to give more patients access to help

Physicists: Your Next Career Move Might Be to Silicon Valley

20 April 2017
Companies focused on big data and machine learning need your skills

Women Still Facing Discrimination in Tech Jobs

17 April 2017
One way to solve the decades-long problem might be to train employees to recognize their biases

How to Captivate Your Audience With Your Technical Presentation

11 April 2017
Pointers from communication coach Melissa Marshall help you explain your work more clearly

Three Standout Gadgets at the New York City Luxury Technology Show

7 April 2017
They aim to improve lives and let people print 3-D creations from their smartphone

Jibo: The Friendly Robot That Makes You Feel at Home

5 April 2017
IEEE Fellow discusses the decisions involved in designing this social bot

IEEE Standards Projects on 5G

20 March 2017
Besides boosting speed, they’re likely to simplify network operations and increase flexibility

Maja Systems Develops a Versatile Chip for 5G Networks

15 March 2017
The startup’s product will be used in smart LED lighting systems, augmented and virtual reality applications, and factory automation equipment

Three ‘New Collar Jobs’ in the Age of Automation

10 March 2017
IBM CEO coins the phrase for well-paying positions in emerging tech fields that don’t require a bachelor’s degree

Women Are Holding Themselves Back From Moving Up in Their Career

9 March 2017
IEEE WIE virtual event speakers encourage participants to take bigger risks, even if they think they’re not ready