Renuka P. Jindal

Renuka Jindal

Renuka P. Jindal

IEEE Region: 5 (Southwestern U.S.)


Dr. Renuka Jindal’s research and teaching interests lie in the theory and practice of random processes applicable to a wide variety of phenomena in electronic and photonic devices and circuits, lightwave and wireless communications and biological systems.

Earlier, Dr. Jindal was with Bell Labs at Murray Hill, Princeton and Whippany, NJ as a distinguished member of technical staff for 22 years bridging both technical and administrative roles. Highlights include his pioneering work in developing a physical understanding of noise in MOS devices with few hundred nanometers regime channel lengths and ultra-low noise amplification of fiber-optic signals.

Dr. Jindal is known for his seminal work in reducing MOSFET noise by almost an order of magnitude for analog and RF applications (elected IEEE Fellow in 1991). He is also a recipient of the IEEE 3rd Millennium Medal. He is the founding Editor-in-Chief of the nascent IEEE Journal of Electron Devices Society.

Positions & Affiliations

IEEE Division I Director
University of Louisiana at Lafayette
United States