Susan M. Miller received a B.S. degree in 1983 from Trinity College, Hartford, CT, with majors in Engineering, Computer Coordinate with Engineering, and Mathematics.  In her senior year, Susan was a President’s Fellow, awarded for outstanding achievement in the major along with evidence of wide-ranging intellectual interests.   She received a Sc.M. degree in 1985 and a Ph.D. in 1988 from Brown University.  In 1988, Susan joined AT&T Bell Laboratories as a Member of the Technical Staff, which in 1996 became Lucent Technologies, Bell Labs Innovations.  From 1988 until 1994, she specified the design of real-time, multi-processor systems to be used in military intelligence gathering applications.  From 1994 until 2001, she worked in the wire-line business specifying the design of the HFC-2000 Broadband Access System (a hybrid fiber coax system for voice and video on demand) and the AnyMedia™ Access System (a next generation digital loop carrier for voice and data), where she was promoted to Technical Manager in 1996.  From 2001 until the present, Susan has been in the wireless business Open Innovations Laboratory where she has had responsibilities as a program manager for Application Specific Integrated Circuits (ASICs) for base station applications.  Currently she is responsible for front end engineering (Requirements and Architecture) for base station channel elements.

Susan has received 4 Bell Laboratories President’s Awards.  In 1997, she was recognized by Trinity College with a Century of Engineering Special Recognition Citation for uncommon professional achievement.  From 1998 until the present, Susan has been a member of the Trinity Engineering Advisory Committee (TEAC), providing guidance to the engineering program.