Greta Vallero was born in Turin (Italy) on September 21st, 1993.
She got her bachelor degree in Computer Engineering, in Politecnico di Torino, in 2015; she then obtained the master degree in ICT for Smart Societies (Telecommunication Engineering), in October 2017, in Politecnico di Torino, focusing, when choosing between the different second year courses, on mobile telecommunication technologies and mobile application development. From March 2017 to August 2017, she was hosted by Ghent University, in Belgium, to work on her master thesis, titled “Accounting for energy cost when designing energy-efficient wireless access networks” supervised by Prof. MIchela Meo, in collaboration with Prof. Wout Joseph (Ghent University) and Dr. Margot Deruyck (Ghent University).
Starting from November 2017 and until April 2018 she had a grant in Politecnico di Torino, under the supervision of Professor Michela Meo, working on the energy efficiency and sustainability in Radio Access Networks.
She was then on a 6 months pre-Ph.D. grant under the supervision of Professor Michela Meo, from May 1st 2018, joining the TNG group and officially starting her Ph.D. on November 1st 2018.
As main research interests, she continues working in the field of energy efficiency in Radio Access Networks, using the support of Machine Learning algorithms and also considering the new technologies introduced with the 5G networks, such as the Multi-Access Edge Computing. She is also working on Radio Access Networks supported by Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), acting as Base Stations, in case additional capacity is needed.