Giuseppe Bianchi is Full Professor of Telecommunications at the School of Engineering of the University of Roma Tor Vergata, current chair of the relevant Bachelor/Master teaching programme in Internet Technology engineering, and former chair of the Telecommunications and microelectronics PhD programme. His research activity, documented in about 170 peer-reviewed papers accounting for more than 9000 citations, spans several areas including wireless LANs, privacy and security, design and performance evaluation of broadband networks, network monitoring. His analytical models concerning the performance analysis of 802.11 WLAN networks are well known in the research community. He is in the editorial board for IEEE/ACM transactions on Networking, IEEE Transactions of Wireless Communications, and Elsevier's Computer communication. He has (co-)chaired more than 10 international IEEE/ACM conferences/workshops, the most recents being IEEE WoWMoM 2010 and ACM WinTech 2011, and the next major one being IEEE Infocom 2014 as technical co-chair. He has been involved in several European funded project, with general and/or technical coordination roles for the projects FP6-DISCREET (privacy in smart environments), FP7-PRISM (privacy-preserving network monitoring), FP7-DEMONS (distributed network monitoring) and FP7-FLAVIA (programmable wireless systems).