Anna C. Tasolambrou grew up in Ioannina and received a Diploma in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the Polytechnic School of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki.  Since 2013 she has been collaborating with the Institute of Electronic Structure and Lasers, Hellenic Research and Technology Foundation, Heraklion, Crete, as a member of the Photonic-Phononic and Meta-Materials (PPM) research group. She has a long experience in analytical and numerical methods of electrodynamics and an active presence in modern applied physics. Her research interests include the study of electromagnetism topics with an emphasis on wave propagation properties through random and periodic media, such as photonic crystals, liquid crystals, 2D materials, metamaterials and metasurfaces, in the microwave, terahertz and optical spectral region. The main goal of her study is the investigation and highlighting of exotic electromagnetic phenomena, their control and characterization through modern electronic devices, as well as their utilization in cutting-edge technology applications. She has worked as a visiting researcher at Ames Laboratory, U.S. Department of Energy National Laboratory, Iowa with which it maintains a long collaboration and participates in national and international research programs in close collaboration with  eminent theoretical and experimental groups. She is the PI of the research program "Advanced control of topological electromagnetic waves in composite materials" which will be funded by the Hellenic Research and Innovation Foundation (ELIDEK).