Anusha is an advisor at the High Commission for National Protection, a body that falls under the responsibility of the Prime Minister and Minister of State in Luxembourg. She works on TEMPEST and on Information Security for New Information and Communication Technologies, and currently on AI.
Anusha was born in the paradise island of Mauritius. She left her Motherland as an International Scholar for her Bachelor and Master of Science at Tufts University in Massachusetts under a full US scholarship. She then went on to get her PhD in Engineering Sciences, conceiving and designing a phased array antenna with dielectric phase shifters, the science behind 5G beamforming. She has written 2 patents and 21 scientific publications. She enjoys learning and speaking various wonderful languages including Luxembourgish.
Traveling and understanding the world under different perspectives are her passions that have led her to live and work in many countries. She is an advocate for inclusion and diversity. She additionally has a very special dedication for the differently abled and for those with special needs. During her career in the States, she created the Intel Ladies Group to encourage networking and support of women. She has been an active member of the Society of Women Engineering. She has also guided and mentored women to pursue careers in STEM fields under the umbrella of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), the United Nations specialized agency for information and communication technologies.