Ada V. Bosisio, received a M.S. in Electronic Engineering in March 1991 and a Ph.D in Applied Electromagnetism in 1995, both from the Politecnico di Milano. Her research activities concern the interaction mechanisms between signal and complex media. From 1995 to 1997 she joined as research associate the Cetp/CNRS Laboratory (Vélizy, France), where she has been active in forest attenuation and scattering at 2 and 6 GHz. From 1997 to 1998 she joined CNET/France Telecom (Issy Les Mx., France) as ingenieur de recherche, working on radio wave effects induced by GSM on the environment and on individuals.

From 1999 to 2001 she was with the Propagation Group at the Politecnico (Milano, Italy) as research associate working on satellite links at low elevation angle in Ka and W band and on propagation of  TV Broadcast and digital radio links over mountains  through ray tracing techniques.

Since 2001, she is researcher with the Italian National Research Council (IEIIT Institute, in Milano) working in remote sensing applications related to atmospheric science and to propagation in indoor environments affected by dense multipath fading effects.