Debabani Choudhury (M’91–SM’06–F’11) received the Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering from IIT Bombay, Mumbai, India, in 1991.,She was with the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), working on terahertz (THz) devices and components for space-based heterodyne receiver applications. She was with Hughes Research Laboratories (HRL Labs) and Millitech Corporation, where she developed various millimeter-wave (mmWave)/terahertz (THz) technologies for space, defense, government, and automotive applications. She has a broad range of expertise in RF, mmWave, and THz devices, circuits, antennas, system, packaging, heterogeneous integration, and EM and related technologies. She is currently with Intel Labs, Hillsboro, OR, USA, where she leads the research and development of RF/mmWave/sub-THz technologies and architectures for the next-generation communication platform integration.,Dr. Choudhury served as a member for the IEEE 5G-Initiative Committee and the Chair for the MTT-S and ComSoc Collaboration Team. She is a member of the multiple IEEE MTT-S Technical Co-Ordination Committees and the IEEE AP-S Fellows Evaluation Committee (FEC). She serves as the Chair for multiple IEEE 5G-Summits. She was the TPC Co-Chair of the IEEE 5G World Forum 2018 and 2019. She serves on several technical program and steering committees for the IEEE and SPIE conferences. She was a Guest Editor for several journals, including the Proceedings of IEEE, the IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques, and the IEEE Microwave Magazine.