Lorenzo Crocco is a Research Director with the Institute for the Electromagnetic Sensing of the Environment, National Research Council of Italy (IREA-CNR). His scientific activities mainly concern electromagnetic scattering, with a focus on diagnostic and therapeutic uses of EM fields, through-the-wall radar and GPR. On these topics, he has published more than 120 papers, given keynote talks and lectures, and led or participated to national and international research projects. He is associate editor for the IEEE Journal of Electromagnetics, RF and Microwaves in Medicine and Biology (IEEE J-ERM) and has edited a book on Electromagnetic Technologies for Brain Diseases Diagnostics, Monitoring and Therapy. From 2013 he is Italian representative in the Management Committees of COST actions devoted to medical applications of EM fields (MiMed on microwave imaging and MyWAVE on therapeutic applications of electromagnetic waves). Since 2015, he has been member of the board for the European School of Antennas (ESOA). Since 2017, he is Member of the Board of Directors of the Italian Electromagnetic Society (SIEm). In 2018, he received the full professor habilitation in electromagnetic fields, by the Italian Ministry of Research and University. Since 2019, he is a member of the Italian URSI Commission. In 2019, he has been elected in the Scientific Board of the Engineering Department (DIITET) of CNR. Dr. Crocco has been the recipient of the SIEm “Barzilai” Award for Young Scientists (2004) and YSA at the URSI General Assembly held in New Delhi (India) in 2005.