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Mandana Vaziri first got interested in computers while programming in Basic on an Atari. She is a Research Staff Member at IBM’s T.J. Watson Research Center. She has worked on various projects in the areas of Programming Languages and Software Engineering, most notably in data-centric synchronization (Atomic Sets), the IDE for IBM’s X10 language (X10DT), and a spreadsheet interface for IBM’s Stream Processing Language (ActiveSheets). She holds a PhD from MIT working with Daniel Jackson on analyzing imperative code with a SAT solver, for which she won the 2016 ACM Sigsoft Impact Paper Award.

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