Leire holds two Bachelor degrees, in Economics and Law, and a Master’s degree in Arts Management. She was the Cultural Affairs Officer at the Consulate General of Spain in New York for 4 years. Previously, she was Project Manager at Instituto Cervantes’ headquarters in Madrid.
He holds a Ph.D. in Hispanic Studies by the University of Western Ontario and a M.Sc. in Artificial Intelligence and Logic by the University of Seville. He worked as a Research Engineer at Stanford University, and as Technical Lead at the CulturePlex in Canada. At UNED LINHD, he is a member of the POSTDATA Project where he works as a Natural Language Processing Post-doctoral Fellow. His interests span from Corpus Linguistics or Authorship Attribution to Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning applied to the Humanities..
She holds a PhD in Spanish Literature by the University of Seville. Her PhD dealt with authorship problems in Fernando de Herrera’s poetry through Corpus Stylistics and Stylometry. She has performed research stays at the University of Pavia, the Lehrstuhl für Computerphilologie at Julius-Maximilians Würzburg University and with the Computational Stylistics Group at the Institute of Polish Language. At UNED, she is a member of the POSTDATA project, where she works as Postdoctoral Researcher in Digital Humanities. Her reseach focuses on the application of quantitative, Computational Stylistics and Stylometry methodologies to Spanish Literature, and especially to Spanish Poetry.
She has a PhD in Literary Theory (UNED, Spain) with a work on Spanish metrics, dealing principally with contemporary theory and a poet analysis.Her main academic interests deal with the form of poetry and verse and the development and use of scholarly digital tools, especially those for analyzing poetry.
He has a M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees in Computer Science and he is currently Assistant Professor (Profesor Ayudante Doctor) at the Control and Communication Systems Department UNED, Madrid. His interests include Learning Analytics, Big Data, quality of service support in parallel distributed computing systems, and development of infrastructures for e-learning.
She has a PhD in Romance Philology (Universidad Complutense de Madrid) and she has been working since 2013 on the creation of a Digital Humanities community in Argentina and she is nowadays the vicepresident of the Asociación Argentina de Humanidades Digitales (AAHD).
She is working as teacher and research of Spanish Literature in the University of Valladolid. She has specialized in the application of stylometry to solve problems of authorship in the poetry of the Golden Age. She also researches how to incorporate digital humanities into philology and teaching.
Patricia Garrido TeixeiraMaster Student
She has studied Classical Philology in the University Complutense of Madrid and in the University of Bologna. She is currently studying a Master’s degree in Digital Letters and Advanced Electronic Textualities. She collaborates in the first phase of the project for the development of the semantic model.
Carlos CardeñosoUndergraduate Student
He is working on his final thesis for his degree in Spanish Language and Literature. He has strong experience and professional background in ICT and software development. His field of interest is the relation between Linguistics and Technologies, primarily human-machine interaction.
She has a degree in Linguistics and has specialized in the field of Computational Linguistics. She has worked on lemmatisation, POS-tagging and corpus linguistics. Among her interests are Natural Language Processing and language technology applications. She is also a keen advocate for popular linguistics.
His has M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees in Computer Science. He is an Assistant Professor at the Control and Communication Systems Department at UNED, Madrid. His research interests include quality of service support in distributed systems, development of Big Data infrastructures and algorithms, and learning analytics for distance education.
She has a PhD in Information Systems and Technologies (University of Minho, Portugal), her Thesis is about the definition of a method for the development of Metdata Application Profiles. She is an assistant professor in the Politechnique of Oporto, Portugal.
Paloma Centenera, PhD LINHD researcher
Stefano Versace, PhDLINHD researcher