Nina Grosheva is an early stage researcher for the EU H2020 MSCA-ETN MINTS project. She is currently a part of the Wireless Networking group at IMDEA Networks Institute and a PhD student in Telematics at the University Carlos III in Madrid. She is working on the design of efficient scheduling and beam-training techniques in large and dense mm-wave deployments. The goal is to leverage location information and the sparseness of the mm-wave multi-path channel in order to design scalable protocols which will minimize interference and maximize spatial reuse.
Nina obtained her Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering with a major in Telecommunication at the ss Cyril and Methodius University in Skopje. Afterwards, she moved to Germany in order to continue with Masters studies in Communications Engineering at RWTH Aachen University. She graduated with distinction in 2019. During her Master thesis she studied the coexistence of radar and communication networks, focusing on the effect of interference when considering emerging radar applications such as in vehicular technology, indoor mapping or environmental sensing. During her studies she also completed an internship at the German Aerospace Center (DLR) in Oberpfaffenhofen, where she worked on developing software tools for simulation of random access MAC protocols.
She has an interest in wireless technologies, with a particular focus on MAC layer design and network analysis and enjoys working on network simulation. She hopes to continue working in research and to contribute to the development of the next generation of communication technologies.
- Location: IMDEA