Marco Gramaglia received a MSc in Computer Science from Politecnico di Torino in 2008, where he defended a thesis on wireless sensors networks.
From 2008 to 2012 he was a Research Assistant at the Institute IMDEA Networks (Madrid, Spain), where he was involved in several European research projects and focused on his research on wireless networks in vehicular environments. In 2009 he was awarded by the Spanish Ministry of Education with a FPU scholarship. While he was a Research Assistant at the Institute IMDEA Networks, he was also a Ph.D. candidate at the department of telematics engineering at the University Carlos III of Madrid. From this University he obtained a MSc in Telematics Engineering in 2009, and a Ph.D. in Telematics Engineering in 2012; with a thesis entitled «VANET-Based optimization of infotainment and traffic efficiency vehicular services».
From March 2013 to August 2014 he was a researcher at Istituto Superiore Mario Boella, Turin, where he was involved in several research activities involving the implementation and prototyping of communication algorithms for vehicular networks. From September 2014 to August 2015 he was a Research Fellow at the IEIIT institute - National Research Council of Italy.
In September 2015 he re-joined the Institute IMDEA Networks, where he was a Post-doc researcher.
In March 2017 he joined the Telematics Engineering Department at the University Carlos III of Madrid as Post-doc researcher.
He authored papers published in international conference and journals. His current research interests include Vehicular Networks, Wireless Networks, 5G Networks, Mobile Networks, and Big Data.