Ana Aguiar is Assistant Professor at the University of Porto (UP) and researcher at Instituto de Telecomunicações (IT). Her research focuses on wireless and mobile systems, concretely vehicular networks, WiFi networks for mobile nodes, mobile IoT, and spatio-temporal data science for smart mobility. She is the director of IT Porto, where she coordinates the Network and Information Processing Group, and leads the Shannon Lab. She is adjunct coordinator of the Center of Competences for Future Cities at UP, operating the crowdsensing tool SenseMyCity. She was the CTO of CooDriver GmbH, a german start-up developing a solution for protection of vulnerable road users between 2016 and 2018. She lead the VOCE project on voice stress detection, and participated in more than 15 projects, in 9 of them as co-PI or WP leader. She published more than 60 journal and conference articles, is reviewer for several IEEE transactions journals, collaborates in part of the organising committees of several IEEE conferences (local arrangements chair of IEEE VTC 2018, publicity co-chair of IEEE WoWMoM 2018 and 2019, student travel grant chair of ACM Mobicom 2016), and is an expert with the EC.