Cristina Silvano is currently Associate Professor (with tenure) of Computer Engineering at Politecnico di Milano. In 2017, she has been elevated to the grade of IEEE Fellow “for contributions to energy-efficient computer architectures”. She annually teaches basic and advanced courses on computer architectures and operating systems. Her research focuses on Computer Architectures and Electronic Design Automation, with emphasis on power-aware design for embedded systems, design space exploration of energy-efficient computer architectures and application autotuning for manycore architectures and High-Performance Computing. Her scientific production consists of more than 160 publications. She is currently European Project Coordinator of the H2020-FET-HPC project ANTAREX-671623 (2015-2018) on "Autotuning and adaptivity approach for energy efficient exascale HPC systems”. She was Project Coordinator of two European projects: FP7-2PARMA-248716 (2010-2013) and FP7-MULTICUBE-216693 (2008-2010). She is an active member of the scientific community and she regularly serves in several international program committees. She also organized 15 international conferences/workshops as Program Chair or General Chair. She is Associate Editor of ACM Trans. on Architecture and Code Optimization (TACO). She served as Independent Expert Reviewer for the European Commission and for several science foundations.