Milena Ivanov

Milena Ivanov received Master degree in telecommunications from the Technical University in Sofia, Bulgaria, in 1996, and the Diploma in electrical engineering from the Technical University of Munich, Germany in 2005. She joined the Memory Products Division of Infineon Technologies (which became Qimonda AG) in 2005 and was active in the development of emerging memories, in particular, conductive bridging RAM. In 2009 she joined Elpida (now Micron) and was engaged in the development of GDDR5, GDDR5X and GDDR6. Ms. Ivanov is author as well as co-author of several US-patents.