Celeste Campo received a Telecommunications engineering degree from the University of Vigo (Spain) in 1998, and the PhD degree from the University Carlos III of Madrid (Spain) in 2004. She worked in Telefónica I+D from 1998 to 2000. She is currently working as a research and associate professor in the University Carlos III of Madrid (UC3M). Her Ph.D. received the national award for best thesis on mobility and multimedia in Telecommunications granted by the Professional Association of Telecommunication Engineers and Alcatel.
Her research interests include user mobility and behavior modeling and prediction, location based services, vehicular networks, smart cities, and ubiquitous computing systems in general. She has also worked in the design and performance evaluation of communication protocols for mobile ad-hoc networks, centered on transport and application layer protocols.