I am a researcher and a software developer.
I am currently a postdoctoral fellow at Aalborg University, Denmark, doing research on information processing to support information access and decision making in sustainability-oriented environmental assessment.
I have been working in the broad area of Artificial Intelligence since 2012, specifically in the fields of natural language processing and information retrieval. My long-term goal is to contribute to the understanding of the processes behind human perception, communication, reasoning, and action.
My formation in Computer Science is grounded on fundamental concepts and techniques for solving problems, strongly math-founded, with special focus on logical reasoning from day one.
I became a Ph.D. in Computer Science at University of Stavager, Norway.
I conducted research on information access and interaction, working on representations and methods to power the next generation of search engines.
Additionally, I gained experience in teaching, supervising student projects, and contributing in my team by building system prototypes, participating in scientific competitions and developing a software toolkit for semantic search. And I did an internship at Signal AI in London.
I am also a M.Sc. in Computer Science, from FaMAF, National University of Córdoba, Argentina. I studied fundamental and theoretical CS, and specialized in AI and NLP.
Also there, I worked at Test4All, an university-incubated start-up, developing natural language solutions for software specifications.