Danielle Griffith


Danielle Griffith has 25 years of experience in the semiconductor industry. She is a Fellow at Texas Instruments in Dallas, Texas, responsible for system architecture of next generation low power wireless connectivity SoCs. Her current focus areas are circuits and architectures for efficient wireless systems, low power oscillators, MEMS circuitry. She has published a book chapter and >50 papers and holds 20 issued US patents. Danielle has given numerous conference tutorial and workshop sessions. She has been a TPC member for top IEEE conferences, including RFIC, ISSCC, and VLSI. She is a senior member of the IEEE, an associate editor of the IEEE JSSC, and a Distinguished Lecturer of the SSCS. Danielle Griffith received the Bachelors and Masters degrees in electrical engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.