I have the pleasure to learn from and work with extremely capable and smart researchers.

  • Lucia Specia, University of Sheffield. Data-driven Text Simplification. Lucia is a Professor at Sheffield and my PhD supervisor.
  • Carolina Scarton, University of Sheffield. Data-driven Text Simplification. Carol is a Research Associate at Sheffield and my PhD co-supervisor.
  • Gustavo H. Paetzold, Technological Federal University of Paraná. Sentence Simplification, Sentence Alignment and Annotation. I worked with Gustavo while he was a Research Associate at Sheffield. He is currently an Adjunct Professor at UTFPR.
  • Joachim Bingel, University of Copenhagen. Sentence Simplification as Sequence Labeling. Joachim is a PhD candidate at Copenhagen who visited us at Sheffield in 2017.
  • Marco Sobrevilla Cabezudo, University of São Paulo. Automatic Semantic Annotation and Visualisation of Web Documents using Linked Data. I worked with Marco while he was a Lecturer and Research Assistant at PUCP. He is currently a PhD student at USP.
  • Arturo Oncevay Marcos, Pontifical Catholic University of Peru. Automatic Semantic Annotation and Visualisation of Web Documents using Linked Data. Arturo is a Lecturer and Research Assistant at PUCP.
  • Ana Paula Galarreta, Pontifical Catholic University of Peru. Automatic Semantic Annotation and Visualisation of Web Documents using Linked Data. Ana Paula is a Lecturer and Research Assistant at PUCP.
  • Mirella Lapata, University of Edinburgh. Adapting Unsupervised Semantic Role Labeling Methods for Brazilian Portuguese. During my Master, I visited Prof. Mirella in Edinburgh from 03-2012 to 06-2012.
  • João Rosa, University of São Paulo. (Semi-)Supervised Semantic Role Labeling for Brazilian Portuguese. Prof. João was my Master supervisor from 2010 to 2012.
  • Nils Murrugarra Llerena, University of Pittsburgh. Text Mining for Analysing Computer Science Curricula. I worked with Nils while he was a Master student at USP. He is currently a PhD candidate at Pittsburgh.
  • Manuel Tupia Anticona, Pontifical Catholic University of Peru. Metaheuristics for the University Course Timetabling Problem. I worked with Prof. Manuel as an undegraduate student at PUCP. He introduced me to the world of Artificial Intelligence.

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