QCRI represents a great opportunity to work side by side with high-class researchers on language technologies that have impact all-around the globe.
Alberto has been involved in various European and Spanish projects on natural language processing, information retrieval, and machine translation. He has co-authored 5 journal papers and over 25 conference papers in top venues. Alberto has also co-organised various editions of the PAN Evaluation Labs on Uncovering Plagiarism, Authorship, and Social Software Misuse at CLEF. In addition, he serves as a committee member in journals such as Knowledge-based Systems (Elsevier) and Language Resources and Evaluation (Springer), as well as international conferences such as ACM's SIGIR and EMNLP.
Alberto received a PhD and MS in Computer Science from the Universitat Politecnica de Valencia (Spain), and a MS and BS in Computer Science from Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico.
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