Georgia Athanasiadou received her MEng degree from the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, National Technical University of Athens (NTUA), Greece, and her PhD from the Centre for Communications Research, University of Bristol, UK (1998). She was a postgraduate Research Assistant at the Mobile Radio Communications Lab, NTUA (‘92-3), a Research Assistant and then a Research Fellow at the University of Bristol (‘93–9), a Senior Research Engineer at Adaptive Broadband Ltd, Cambridge (‘99–2001) and an Industrial Research Fellow at the University of Cambridge, UK, Lab of Communications Engineering (‘01–2). Georgia has been at the University of Peloponnese, Department of Informatics and Telecommunications, Wireless and Mobile Communications Lab since 2002 as an Adjunct Professor and then Assistant Professor (‘05-) on ‘Modern Wireless Communications: Propagation and Radio Coverage’. She has worked in many research projects sponsored by national and international research funds, as well as companies such as Cambridge Broadband, ORANGE PCS, British Telecom, Defense Evaluation Research Agency UK, NORTEL Networks, Hewlett Packard etc. She has also been a TPC member at more than 20 international conferences. Her research interests include modern wireless systems, radiowave propagation, ray tracing models, and network planning for wireless and mobile communication systems.