About Me

I graduated in Computer Science Engineering from the University of A Coruña (UDC) in 2000. After a short period as a lecturer at the University of Vigo, I was awarded a PhD. Grant (FPU Grant) by the Spanish Ministry of Education and came back to UDC. I obtained my PhD. in Computer Science in 2005 with a work about the application of Natural Language Processing techniques in Spanish Information Retrieval. I am currently an Associate Professor at the Dept. of Computer Science and Information Technologies of the University of A Coruña (UDC).

My research work focuses on Natural Language Processing and Text Mining. I am a member of the Language in the Information Society (LYS) research group on Computational Linguistics, and member of the Scientific Board of the Centre for Information and Communications Technology Research (CITIC). I was also a member of the founding committee of the Spanish Society for Information Retrieval (SERI).

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For more details about my teaching activities, see Teaching.
For more details about my research work, see Research.
You also have available a complete list of my Publications.
Anything else? Maybe in Misc.

Although incomplete (sorry!), you can take a look to my official UDC profile.
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