Jasmin Grosinger studied telecommunications at the University of Technology in Vienna. Her diploma thesis comprised an investigation of polarization modulation in optical free space communications through the atmosphere. In 2008, she received her Dipl.-Ing. degree with honors.
From 2008-2013, she worked as graduate research assistant at the Institute of Telecommunications, Vienna University of Technology. In addition, in 2011 she was a lab associate at Disney Research in Pittsburgh, where she worked on backscatter radio frequency identification (RFID) sensors. In 2012, she received her Dr. techn. degree from Vienna University of Technology with honors. In her PhD thesis, she examined backscatter radio frequency systems and devices for novel wireless sensing applications (e.g., for car tire monitoring, remote health monitoring, and curvature monitoring applications).
Since 2013, she works as a postdoc at the Institute of Microwave and Photonic Engineering at the Graz University of Technology. Her research interests focus on backscatter RFID systems and optical free space communication systems.
Winner of the best paper award at the 4th International EURASIP Workshop on RFID Technology in September 2012 with the contribution “Evaluating On-Body RFID Systems at 900MHz and 2.45GHz”