Hari Sirigibathina is an executive leader in technology management and a pioneer in building IT Systems Infrastructure through horsepower and STEAM. Hari is currently IT Systems Manager at Micron Technology, an American producer of computer memory and computer data storage. He designs, builds and operates computing, storage and networking devices for Industrial IoT, Machine Learning, Deep Learning, AI technologies at Micron Technology. Previously, Hari was a product development engineer at organizations including USAA, Nokia, and EMC.
Building and testing robots from scratch is his super power. In his spare time, he coaches and mentors high school students and teams preparing for robotics competitions. His teams have won US nationals and went to the International World Robotics Olympiad competitions several times. He volunteered as a robotics judge for FRC, FTC, and Vex Robotics for many years, inspiring new talents.
Hari earned a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University in India, a master’s degree in Technology Management from George Washington University, completed the MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) Cybersecurity Course, and is currently completing the Harvard Business Analytics Program.