Teenu Liza Thomas is a laboratory instructor for the Solar and Device Characterization Lab and the Digital Systems Lab. She also supports other labs, such as Micro- Electromechanical Systems (MEMS) Lab.
In her capacity as a lab Instructor, Teenu oversees the day-to-day operations of the labs, trains and advises researchers on safe and proper usage of the lab equipment, and maintains all lab equipment for reliable and proper functioning, including installation and commissioning of new equipment. She is also concerned with strategic development and expansion of the lab facilities to continue to serve the research goals of the various departments and programs in the Institute. Teenu is also involved with establishing and streamlining lab usage procedures and collaborating with other departments in development of automated systems for efficient usage of the lab facilitates. Prior to joining Khalifa University, Teenu worked in various engineering positions in U.A.E, including a number of years with manufacturing firms as a design and project engineer. Prior to working in U.A.E , she worked as assistant professor in esteemed Engineering College in India.Teenu Thomas holds B.Tech and M.E degrees in Electronics & Communication Engineering from Mahatma Gandhi University, India. Her post graduate research work involved the development of cooperative bit compressed authentication scheme in wireless network system.