I am a Spanish researcher in Computer Science, mainly interested in fuzzy sets theory and natural language generation in its data-to-text specialization. I hold a PhD in Computer Science, and intend to remain in the academy at least for a while, in the hopes that I get to fund my post-doc career. Currently, I am a postdoctoral researcher at CiTIUS (University of Santiago de Compostela) and Honorary Research Fellow at the University of Aberdeen.
Although there have appeared in recent times many portals and websites that allow researchers like me to share their work, such as ResearchGate, I thought it could be a good idea to start a simple website to share other things that you will not find in papers, projects and all the usual stuff that is going on in our bubble world.
I got my Technical Degree on Informatics Engineering in 2008, followed by the Full Degree on Informatics Engineering in 2010 and the Master’s Degree on Research in Information Technologies in 2011. Also, during 2011, I started working as a research assistant in the redesign and implementation of nodular lung cancer detection algorithms.
From 2012 to 2016 I developed my PhD at the Centro Singular de Investigación de Tecnologías de la Información (CiTIUS) of the Universidad de Santiago de Compostela, focused on exploring the applications of the fuzzy linguistic summarization field and its possible relationship with natural language generation. During this period, I published 4 journal papers and more than 15 papers in national and international conferences and workshops.
As a postdoc, I’m continuing and expanding the research line started with my PhD. I have also received several awards at both national and European scopes thanks to the scientific and technology transfer contributions I made during the PhD period, including the important Spanish National Research Award on Informatics and the Best PhD Thesis Award granted by the European Society for Fuzzy Logic and Technology.