Rachel Berry joined Citrix from Siemens PLM where she worked as a CAD-architecture engineer, specialising in CAD and PLM joint-product development with Autodesk, Siemens NX, Ansys Workbench, SolidWorks and others. Rachel holds a Masters in Physics and Electron Microscopy and a PhD in Astrophysics specializing in Electromagnetic Field Simulation and Image Processing from Cambridge University.
Rachel then moved to Citrix to work on partner engineering projects, including the 2013 release of NVIDIA vGPU and later became Product Manager for HDX Graphics, Linux and Android Receiver at Citrix. Follow Rachel on @rhbBSE or her CAD/virtualization focused blog: https://virtuallyvisual.wordpress.com/ where you can find links to other online projects she is involved in: https://virtuallyvisual.wordpress.com/rachel-elsewhere/
In 2004 Rachel was awarded the Hamilton Prize by Cambridge University. “The Hamilton Prize is awarded to the candidate submitting the best report embodying research carried out in the University on the theory or practice of the physics or engineering of any aspect of communication, propagation, or signal processing, associated with electromagnetic radiation or wave propagation.” http://www.admin.cam.ac.uk/reporter/2009-10/special/06/135.html