Daniela DRAGOMIRESCU is full professor at INSA Toulouse, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department and researcher at LAAS-CNRS. She was the Head of the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department from June 2017 to August 2020. Daniela DRAGOMIRESCU was elected member, from 2009 to 2017, of the INSA Toulouse Scientific Council which is in charge with INSA Toulouse research policy.

Starting September 2015, she has created with two colleagues a new master on the Internet of Things called Innovative Smart Systems. This master is taught completely in English and is open for foreign students.

Daniela Dragomirescu set up and participated to two projects funded by the IDEX program of the Federal University of Toulouse:


Daniela DRAGOMIRESCU is researcher at LAAS-CNRS lab. From January 2015 to December 2019, she was the head of one of the 8 departments: the HOPES department which concerns Microwaves and Photonics Systems. The HOPES department gathers around 80 people: CNRS researchers, university lecturers and professors, PhD students, postdoctoral researchers and companies' engineers welcomed at the lab for joint research projects. She is now the deputy director of this department.

Prof. Dragomirescu is conducting research in the area of wireless communications, wireless networks, with a special focus on Wireless Sensor Networks and Internet of Things (IoT). Daniela Dragomirescu’s research activities concern the energy efficient reconfigurable physical and MAC layer for Wireless Sensors Network, RF energy harvesting and wireless power transmission. She received the French National Research Agency grant for Young Investigators which supported her in setting up the team in the Wireless Sensor Network area. She is the LAAS-CNRS project leader for different European and national projects in the area of wireless communications. Daniela Dragomirescu participated/coordinated 15 national or international research projects. She obtained more than 3.5M€ funding for supporting her research activity. Prof. Dragomirescu is a scientific expert for French Research Agency (ANR), French Foreign Office, French Research Ministry and European Commission.

She supervised 13 PhD thesis in this field and she is supervising now two undergoing Ph.D students.   Daniela DRAGOMIRESCU has published more than 100 research articles in journals and international conferences. Prof. Dragomirescu developed various research collaborations at national and international level, with both academia and industry such as University of Cambridge, University of Toronto, EPFL, University Polytechnique of  Bucarest, University of Braumschweig, NXP, ST Microelectronics, Airbus Group, Thales Alenia Space, DGA, Essilor, Continental.

Daniela Dragomirescu was granted a Fellowship at University of Cambridge, Churchill College in 2014. Since 2013, she was invited several times to Cambridge University as an invited professor and she is developing joint research projects on Wireless Sensors networks. From 2016 to 2018 she organized an international summer school on Cyber-Physical Systems in collaboration with University of Cambridge with more than 70 participants per year from all around the world. The summer school was opened free of charge for master students for both organizing universities (INSA Toulouse and Cambridge University)

Daniela DRAGOMIRESCU is the IEEE Solid States French Chapter chair. She has organized various seminars in this context, some of them open to INSA students. Since 2019, she is the VP of URSI France Commission D (Electronics and Photonics Devices).



 Link to Daniela's CV on HAL open archives