Luca Chiaraviglio is a Tenure Track Assistant Professor at the Networking Group in the Department of Electronic Engineering of University of Rome Tor Vergata. He holds a Ph.D. in Telecommunication and Electronics Engineering, obtained from Politecnico di Torino, Italy. He has spent research periods abroad in several international institutions, including: Boston University (USA), INRIA Sophia Antipolis (France), Auckland University of Technology (New Zealand) and ETECSA S.A. (Cuba).
Luca has co-authored 120+ papers published in international journals and conferences, and he has collaborated with more than 150 co-authors, which are affiliated with 40+ national and international institutions. He participates in the TPC of top-leading conferences, including IEEE INFOCOM, IEEE GLOBECOM, IEEE ICC, IEEE VTC and IEEE GlobalSIP. He is also a member of the organizing committee of different conferences, such as ECOC, LANMAN and 5G-Italia. Moreover, he is in the Editorial Board of IEEE Communications Magazine, IEEE Access and IEEE Transactions on Green Communications and Networking.
He is currently the coordinator of the national project BRIGHT: Bringing 5G Connectivity in Rural and Low-Income Areas. During the last years, he has been involved in different European projects, such as H2020 5G-EVE, H2020 Superfluidity, FP7 Trend, FP7 EcoNet, and FP7 Bone.
Luca has received the Best Paper Award in different conferences, including IEEE VTC and ICIN. Some of his papers are listed as Best Readings on Green Communications by IEEE. Moreover, he has been recognized as an author in the top 1% most highly cited papers in the ICT field worldwide. His papers "Optimal Energy Savings in Cellular Access Networks" and "Reducing Power Consumption in Backbone Networks" are the most cited papers from all IEEE ICC conferences and IEEE ICC workshops in the period 2009-2018 (Source: Scopus).
He has obtained the Italian Habilitation (Abilitazione Scientifica Nazionale) for Associate Professorship in Telecommunications (SC 09/F2) and the French Associate Professorship Habilitation for the section 27 and section 61. He also is an IEEE Senior Member and a founding member of the IEEE Communications Society Technical Subcommittee on Green Communications and Computing. According to Google Scholar, his H-Index is 27 (Google Scholar web page).
His current research topics cover 5G networks, Virtual Network Function (VNF) management, impact of ElectroMagnetic Fields (EMFs) on 5G, Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV)-based networks, cloud computing, optimization applied to telecommunication networks, and new architectures to reduce the digital divide in rural and low-income areas.