Ana García Armada received the Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering from the Polytechnical University of Madrid in February 1998. She is currently Professor at University Carlos III of Madrid, Spain, where she has occupied a variety of management positions (Head of Signal Theory and Communications Department, Vice-dean of Electrical Engineering, Deputy Vice-Chancellor of International Relations, among others). She is leading the Communications Research Group at this university. She has been visiting scholar at Stanford University, Bell Labs and University of Southampton. She has participated (and coordinated most of them) in more than 30 national and 10 international research projects as well as 20 contracts with the industry, all of them related to wireless communications. She is the co-author of eight book chapters on wireless communications and signal processing. She has published around 150 papers in international journals and conference proceedings and she holds four patents. She has contributed to international standards organizations such as ITU and ETSI and is member of the expert group of the European 5G PPP. She serves on the editorial boards of Physical Communication, IET Communications and IEEE Communications Letters. She has served on the TPC of more than 40 conferences and she has been part of the organizing committee of IEEE Vehciular Technology Conference Spring 2018, IEEE 5G Summit 2017, UNET 2017, IEEE Third Women´s Workshop on Communications and Signal Processing 2016, EuCNC 2015, and MOBILIGHT 2010. She is an active member of IEEE ComSoc Communication Theory Committee, Newsletter Editor of the IEEE ComSoc Signal Processing and Consumer Electronics Committee, and Secretary of the IEEE ComSoc Women in Communications Engineering Standing Committee. She has received a Young Researchers Excellence Award, an Award to Outstanding achievement in research, teaching and management and an Award to Best Practices in Teaching, all from University Carlos III of Madrid, She was awarded the third place Bell Labs Prize 2014 for shaping the future of information and communications technology. Her main interests are multi-carrier and multi-antenna techniques and signal processing applied to wireless communications.