Honors & Activities
Preference in the Hearing‐Impaired Population, American Academy of Audiology meeting, 2004.
Meena Ramani, John G. Harris, Automatic Volume Control Cell Phone, Research grant to Motorola, 2007.
Meena Ramani, John G. Harris, Alice E. Holmes, Development of a Cell Phone Assistive Hearing Device, Research grant to Motorola, 2004, accepted.
Lectured on Hearing anatomy, Psychoacoustics and Hearing‐Based engineering applications for the graduate level EEL 6586 Automatic Speech Processing course in Spring 2007, 2006 and 2004.
Lectured on Hearing Aids and Hearing Impairment for the graduate level EEL 6935 Advanced Speech Processing course in Spring 2005.
CNEL seminar coordinator in Fall 2005 and Spring 2006. Recruited guest lecturers working on biologically‐inspired engineering research from industry (Securboration, Convergent Engineering etc.) and other departments at UF (Neuroscience, Audiology, Psychology etc.)
Captain of the CNEL exhibit at the 2004 Engineering Fair which provided several interactive exhibits on speech and hearing for high school students.
University first in Undergrad (Electronics and Communication Engineering. ) Recipient of the NIIT Academic Excellence Award (2002.)
Recipient of the P. Ragunath Vasudevan Memorial Award for academic excellence (2000.)
First place in the paper presentation contest organized by the Computer Society of India at REC Calicut in 2001 for the paper titled Push technology in WAP.
Member of IEEE, Rotary club, People for Animals, Alachua Animal Activists.
References available on request.