Senior Technical Staff to
Microelectronics Center Director (VP)
Systems Programmer for Line Control
Applications using Microprocessors.
Part Time Industrial Experience:
President & Principal Consultant to
CIOs and CEOs, and start-ups in a variety of industries (including as CTO &
· e-Business strategy and
technology planning, and development;
· Planning and implementation of
telecommunications and networked information
systems to support
business/strategic goals, in consultation with company personnel;
· Disaster recovery and backup
planning and implementation;
· Dependable/Robust Network
· Strategic product and
information technology planning and integration;
· Business/operations process
analysis and development;
· Review, evaluation and
recommendation of new application software (Internet, utility)
· Business Resiliency &
representative list includes: Intel, Specialty Labs, ChromaVision, IBM,
Entertainment Arena, Touchstone Software, Nasa Ames, eMetalProducts, Cap Gemini,
Patsi, KPMG, Backbone Communications, Guidance, Si Valley Research firms and
Venture Capital firms.
European Economic Commission (Esprit Project), Swedish Government
Microelectronics Program, Japan NEC ULSI Laboratories , Nokia, Ericsson, NASA,
JPL, TRW, Rockwell, Hughes Communications, Brooktree, Thompson EFC,
Excellence in Teaching Engineering Award (2005)
Network Centric Operations- Communications (2003)
- IEEE Distinguished Lecturer (LEOS- High
- IEEE Fellow Candidate
Was a participant in discussions with White House Liason for
SBA on Women's Access to Capital," July 24, 2002.
She was recognized for her contributions to MentorNet,
mentoring female Science and Engineering Ph.D. students around US.
Student Counselor Recognition, UCLA, 1971.
Student Counselor Recognition, UCLA, 1975-1978.
Travel Grant, UCLA School of Engineering, (to present her research in Europe),
- IBM Research
Fellowship Nominee, UCLA School of Engineering, 1976-1978
Have been an
invited lecturer for NATO Advanced Studies Institute, IEEE, various
Semiconductor Research Corporation (SRC), WSI Architectures Roundtable, 1983
Grant, UCLA 1983-1986. (for Wafer Scale Integration (WSI) Research)
Investigator Award, IFIP WG 10.4, 1984-1986. (for contributions to Yield Modeling
and Wafer Scale Integration)
Award - Fault-Tolerant Computing Technical Committee and IFIP WG 10.5 - (for
contributions to panels, programs, and work in Fault-Tolerant Design)
invitations to Lecture, give presentations and chair sessions, 1978-1995.
Government (Defense Materielwerk) Recognition, Stockholm, Sweden, 1984-1987. (for Contributions that resulted in
the Swedish National Microelectrics Program)
Travel Grant, ERSO, ITRI, Republic of China (Taiwan), 1985.
Travel Grant Carnegie Mellon University, 1985.
- Voted "Best
Industry Fault-Tolerant Research and Development Project", 1987, by DOD, DARPA, and NASA reviewers.
Fellow Nominee, TRW Space and Technology Group, 1990-1992.
Engineering and Systems Integration Certificate, TRW Space and
Technology,1990, (Best Team Leader and Best Team Award).
Action Teams Volunteer Award for 1) Affirmative Action for Minority Science
Careers; 2) Volunteer Science Education, TRW Space and Technology Group,
Representative of U.S. Aerospace Industry to Japan, May 1991.
DISTINGUISHED LECTURER AWARD, IEEE COMMUNICATIONS
AND COMPUTER SOCIETIES, High Speed Interconnections for Digital Systems, 1992-
- New Faculty
Assigned Time Award, College of Engineering, Assigned Time: 3WTU.
Scholarly and Creative Activities Committee Award, Fall
1995.Assigned Time: 3WTU
Invited as a Senior Research Scientist by U.S. Army Research
Office, Maryland, in the areas of Electro-optical Sensors and Electro-optical
Interconnect Technology, July 1995.
NSF Grant for development of Undergraduate Teaching
Laboratories, Grant No. 07-183796
CSULB Foundation NSF Combined Research and Curriculum Proposal
Development Award, Assigned Time: 3WTU
Scholarly and Creative Activities
Committee Award, Fall 1995.Assigned Time: 3WTU. for proposal "ATM LANs and
Impacts on Mobile and Wireless Computing Networks
ISHM CSULB Student Chapter Award,
Manufacturing Society, CSULB
Student Chapter Award, March 1996
MIT/Pegasus Conference Grant to
attend to "Systems Thinking" Conference in San Francisco, October 3-5,1996
University Foundation Assigned Time
Award for Development of Proposal to NSF, Fall 96.
Invited to participate in CSULB
Showcase to the State of California, October 28, 1996.
Dr. Mangir is
listed in Who's Who in the World, Who's Who in the West, ABI Women's Inner
Circle of Achievement, and Two Thousand Notable Women. Dr. Mangir is a
Distinguished Lecturer for IEEE, and a Fellow Grade candidate. She has given
more than hundred presentations and has published more than eighty articles in
design, test, diagnosis of digital systems, new technologies for
diagnosis/design/networking, and design and development of commercial
communications systems. She is also a Distinguished Visitor for IEEE.
WIE – Women
IEEE Computer Society
IEEE Communications Society
IEEE Lasers and Electro-Optics
IEEE Standards Review Committee
IEEE Test Technology Committee
American University Women
Women In Technology International
Business Commerce Association
SPIE - The
International Society for Optical Engineering (Optics & Photonics)
Association of Internet Professionals
LARTA - Los
Angeles Area Regional Technology Alliance
Coast – Southern California Digital Economy Alliance supported by Mayor’s
Entrepreneur Studies Program