Dr. Jesmin Jahan Tithi is a research scientist in the Parallel Computing Labs at Intel where she focuses on high-performance computing (HPC) and hardware-software codesign. She obtained her Ph.D. in Computer Science from Stony Brook University, New York (SUNYSB) and B.Sc with Honors in Computer Science and Engineering from Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET). Jesmin has wide-ranging work experience - she taught as a Lecturer at BUET after her Bachelor's and during her Ph.D., she interned at Intel, Google, and the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. Throughout her career, Jesmin has been supported by numerous awards, recognitions, fellowships, grants, and scholarships, e.g., the ACM-W scholarship, Anita Borg scholarships, many NSF grants, Graduate Fellowship, Division Recognition award from Intel and several others. Jesmin was an ACM-Student Research Competition (SRC) finalist in 2015 and the best paper finalist at the International Symposium on Performance Analysis of Systems and Software (ISPASS) 2014. Jesmin is involved in Women in HPC and STEM workshops and has coached freshmen girls at SUNYSB about HPC. Apart from her main research, she is engaged in Ethics in AI research as an associated faculty at the Goethe University Frankfurt and she organized the "Ethics in AI" workshop at the 7th Heidelberg Nobel Laureate Forum. Jesmin is a member of ACM-Future of Computing Academy, formed by ACM to support and foster the next generation computing professionals. In her free time, Jesmin likes to volunteer at the local mosque and other charity foundations, watch movies or travel with family.