Born in 1985, Marco Brunero obtained from Politecnico di Milano the Bachelor’s Degree in 2007 and the Master’s Degree in 2010 in Physics Engineering, with a thesis on the optical elaboration of telecommunication signals with Bruillouin effects. After one year as research assistant at the PoliCom laboratories, he started his Ph.D on the study of colorless transmitter solutions for WDM networks, with focus on the self-seeded RSOAs based architectures in the framework of the STREP FP7 project Ermes. In 2015, he obtained his PhD Degree with merit in Information Technology. From November 2015 he is a research assistant at PoliCom. His main research interests are the study of solutions for passive optical networks and, recently, the development of fiber optics sensors.