Roza received the Ph.D. in theoretical condensed matter physics from the University of Maryland, College Park, in 1998. Her thesis research was on coherently coupled quantum dot arrays. Roza was awarded in 1998 a two-year National Research Council Post-Doctoral Fellowship at the Naval Research Laboratory in Washington, DC, where she focused on the research of excitonic transitions in quantum wells, quantum wires and quantum dots. In 2000 Roza joined a Device Modeling Group at TCAD at Intel Corporation, Hillsboro, OR, as a Sr. CAD Engineer and later as a Staff Research Scientist. Roza played a key role in development of major transistor technologies to enable Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor (CMOS) scaling: stress, metal gate, and tri-gates. These innovations were the key drivers fueling the continuation of Moore’s law to achieve high computer power at low cost. Roza has worked on modeling of Intel quantum devices since the beginning of Quantum Computing program at Intel in 2016, and in 2020 Roza joined the Quantum Hardware group full time. Roza is the author of 55+ papers in industry-leading journals, she has 40+ patents. Roza led the industry-academia collaborations through her mentoring of Semiconductor Research Corporation (SRC), and she is a recipient of 2018 Mahboob Khan Outstanding Industry Liaison SRC Award. She served on the IEEE Brunetti Award committee, and on IRPS 2019-2020 Neuromorphic Committee, on the IEEE International Electron Devices Meeting (IEDM) modeling committee, and was an organizer of special sessions at IEEE Nano 2021. Roza is a Chair of Technical committee on Modeling and Simulation (TC-10) of IEEE Nanotechnology Council. She is a Senior IEEE member. Roza is a passionate advocate for science outreach initiatives and is participating in the US Q12 education partnership. Roza brought her device modeling experience at Intel and her quantum background to model Intel spin qubit devices, starting from bandstructure description, to effective continuum modeling of devices, to many-body physics. Roza is the author of Intel quantum performance simulator which is used to understand Intel experiments and is put on the bottom of Intel SDK to run quantum algorithms.