Daniela Renga was born in Torino (Italy) on April 22nd, 1979.
She graduated in Medicine and Surgery in 2004 from the Università degli Studi di Torino and has been working as a physician at the Pediatric Hospital OIRM in Torino until 2009.
She received her Bachelor’s degree in Telecommunication Engineering in October 2012 and her Master degree in Computer and Communication Networks Engineering in October 2014, both from Politecnico di Torino. Her master thesis is titled “Energy-efficient solutions for dense WLANs”.
In May 2018 she received her Ph.D in Electrical, Electronic and Communication Engineering. Her research program was carried out in the Telecommunication Networks Group at the Department of Electronics and Telecommunications, under the supervision of professor Michela Meo.
She is now a Post-Doc researcher in the Telecommunication Networks Group. Her research activity is currently focused on energy efficiency in the telecommunication networks (in particular in wireless networks), on network modeling, and on smart grids and renewable energies in the scope of sustainable mobile networks.