Dr. Jordi Serra received the Telecommunications Engineering degree in 2006 and the Ph.D. in signal theory and communications in 2016, all from the Polytechnic University of Catalonia (UPC), Barcelona, Spain.

He joined the Telecommunications Technological Center of Catalonia (CTTC) in 2007, where he currently holds a position as a senior researcher in the Sustainable Artificial Intelligence (SAI) research unit. He has participated in research projects funded within the framework of H2020 EC programs and funded by private entities. In those projects he dealt with several topics such as resource management, signal processing and machine learning applied to 5G networks and Internet of Things domains. He has been principal investigator in the DARLENE H2020 project and in the PANDORA EDIDP project.
Jordi Serra is a senior member of the IEEE. He has been session chair at the IEEE CAMAD 2018 conference. He was invited to give a scientific presentation at the Visions for Future Communications Summit, organized by NetworldEurope, 6G-IA, the European Commission and IEEE in 2021.
He has been co-recipient of the prize for the best demonstration of the IEEE CAMAD 2018 conference, the ENIAC JU 2015 innovation prize for the E2SG project and the second prize in the ENF’15 exhibition prize. His current research interests include AI sustainability, high-dimensional probability and statistics, large-scale optimization, and its applications to B5G networks and the Internet of Things.