I'm always willing to learn new things. I'm highly interested in technologies that can improve the way in which people interact with the world.
I have a PhD in Computer Science at the University of Santiago de Compostela. The topic of my research is the detection and classification of opinionated content in the Web. My research interests lie in Information Retrieval, Machine Learning, Opinion and Text Mining, Automatic Text Classification, and Computational Linguistics.
I've been involved in several technology transfer projects between the University and private companies. Within these projects, I could apply my research skills to real-world problems.
I would like to continue with my career as a data scientist and a web technology expert.
Within IT companies, there are many opportunities; but I'm interested in joining a company with a compromise with innovation.
A company willing to use my expertise in Machine Learning, Big Data and Web Technologies to create disruptive products and services.
I would like to help to expand the horizons of the company (contributing to practical, innovation and research aspects).
Web Technologies 90%
Information Retrieval 90%
Machine Learning 85%
Big Data 80%
Java - C - C++ - Matlab - R - Perl - Bash - Ruby - Lucene - Weka - Tapestry - Struts- C# - php - Ruby on Rails 95%
Team Player 90%
Experience in international teams 70%
Experience in international events 85%
Native or bilingual proficiency
Full professional proficiency
Limited working proficiency
Limited working proficiency
Background & Merits
Researcher and Software Developer @ CITIUS (USC) (2009-now)
Research Leader: David E. Losada Carril
Internship @ Yahoo! Labs Barcelona (2012)
Working under the supervision of Dr. Jordi Atserias and Dr. Roi Blanco
Participation in several international conferences and workshops
Participation -as volunteer, listener or ponent- in several international conferences: CIKM, SIGIR, NLDB, CLEF, CAEPIA ...
Organization of Big Data Summer School (University of Santiago de compostela) (2013)
Given by Jimmy Lin. Jimmy is an expert in Big Data solutions. He is now at Twitter working on large-scale data analytics. He has also consulted for Cloudera.
European Summer School in Information Retrieval (ESSIR 09)
Padova, Italy (2010)
MSc in Computer Science
University of A Coruña (2006-2008)
Technical Engineering in Computer Science
University of A Coruña (2002-2006)
Some Recent Projects
Mentor (Red Emprendia)
I love science! I'm always willing to learn new things, I'm highly interested in technologies that can improve the way in which people interact with the world. In fact, I've been working and collaborating in the last years with the three universities of Galicia. I've finished my ph.D. in Computer Science in the University of Santiago de Compostela under the supervision of Prof. David E. Losada.
I've been working in several research projects, most of them funded by spanish & galician agencies.
Information Retrieval & Sentiment Analysis in Social Web (2012 - 2015), funded by Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación. TIN2012-33867. Project led by Alvaro Barreiro (Univ. of A Coruña).
Text analysis and information retrieval for opinion mining: information retrieval and machine learning (2010 - 2011), funded by Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación. TIN2010-18552-C03-03. Project leader: David E. Losada.
Project for consolidating and structuring competitive research units: Emerging teams led by young researchers (2008 - 2010), funded by Xunta de Galicia. 2008/068. Project leader: David E. Losada.
Improving news retrieval and access to financial information: text retrieval against document bases from news agencies (2007 - 2010), funded by Xunta de Galicia. PGIDIT07SIN005206PR. Project leader & coordinator: David E. Losada. This is a coordinated project with the IRLab of the University of A Coruña and the COLE group of the University of Vigo
Galician network on Natural Language Processing & Information Retrieval (2006 - 2008), funded by Xunta de Galicia. 2006/23. Network led by Manuel Vilares (Univ. Vigo). This network is composed of 7 research groups from the three universities of Galicia.
Coati. Platform for detecting opinions and and trends in blogs.
Mentor. A search engine in the domain of entrepreneurship that incorporates common information needs and works against the Google Search API.
O!Search. A prototype that retrieves opinions from blogs related to the "Road to Santiago".
SIP. A prototype search engine that allows to identify the prior art of an invention from over 60 million patent documents worldwide.