Federico Brunero

PhD student



Federico Brunero is a PhD student in the Communication Systems Department at EURECOM and he is currently enrolled in the Sorbonne University's EDITE doctoral school.

His research interests include information and communication theory, coding theory and machine learning, but he is interested also in digital communications, digital signal processing, image and video processing.

His skills include programming in different languages (e.g., Python, MATLAB, C). In addition, he is a LaTeX aficionado and, more generally, a digital typography enthusiast.


  • Information Theory
  • Coding Theory
  • Machine Learning


  • PhD in Computer Science, Telecommunications and Electronics, Present

    Sorbonne University and EURECOM, France

  • Master in Data Science and Engineering, 2021

    Institute Mines Télécom and EURECOM, France

  • Master of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering, 2019

    University of Illinois at Chicago, USA

  • Master's Degree in Communications and Computer Networks Engineering, 2019

    Politecnico di Torino, Italy

  • Bachelor's Degree in Telecommunications Engineering, 2017

    Politecnico di Torino, Italy

Work Experience


MATLAB Student Ambassador

The MathWorks srl

Oct 2017 – Jul 2018 Torino, Italy
Responsibilities include:

  • management of a community of students at the Politecnico di Torino through a Facebook group;
  • organization of seminars/events about the MATLAB software and its toolboxes;
  • organization of special events about the MATLAB role in image processing applications and in linear algebra field.

Curriculum internship

VEM Solutions S.r.l.

Mar 2017 – Jun 2017 Venaria Reale, Italy
Responsibilities include:

  • analysis and interpretation of data from accelerometers;
  • implementation of an instrument of data extraction and processing of binary files in C# with the Visual Studio environment;
  • use of digital filters to make statistical analysis of the extracted data with the developed application.