Rianna Camille received her Bachelor of Science in Electronics Engineering (B.Sc. ECE) from the University of Santo Tomas (UST) in Manila, Philippines in 2015. In the same year, she became a licensed Electronics Engineer. She is also a member of the Institute of Electronics Engineers in the Philippines (IECEP).
During her time as a full-time College Instructor from January 2016 to May 2018, she was appointed as the Adviser of Thomasian Engineer, the official student publication of the Faculty of Engineering in University of Santo Tomas; correspondent to The Academia, the international bulletin of University of Santo Tomas; representative of the Social Media Bureau in the Faculty of Engineering in University of Santo Tomas; and Class Adviser every term as appointed by the Dean of the Faculty of Engineering.
In May 2018, she became a full-time Failure Analysis (FA) Engineer at Microchip Technology Operations (Philippines) Corporation, tasked to perform root-cause analysis of memory, microcontrollers, analog power/interface controllers, automotive touch controllers, and military/aerospace discrete semiconductor devices as submitted by the various engineering departments. Her additional responsibilities include developing various bench testing and destructive analysis procedures and drafting specification documents for FA-related equipment and processes.
Alongside her full-time industry and part-time teaching jobs, she is currently pursuing Master of Science in Materials Science and Engineering at Mapua University. Her research interests include materials science, semiconductors, and biomedical engineering.