HYBRIDS Coordinator and
Pablo Gamallo Otero
HYBRIDS Coordinator, CiTIUS-USC
I’m associate professor at USC and my research interest is focused on Natural Language Processing and Information Extraction.
I defended my Linguistics PhD thesis at the Université Blaise Pascal (France) in 1998. Then, I won a post-doc position at the Centre for Artificial Intelligence, New University of Lisbon (Portugal), where I worked for four years. Since 2004, I have been working at USC, first as a Ramón y Cajal research fellow and now as Associate Professor. I was the promoter and co-founder of Cilenis, a Spin-Off on language technology and was awarded with the prestigious “Beca Leonardo” funded by FBBVA, in 2016. I am currently a member of the Computational Linguistics group (LComp) of the USC, of which I was co-founder, and a researcher attached to the CiTIUS. I have around 150 peer-reviewed publications. Among them, I am the author of 2 books, 8 book chapters and 53 articles in ranked Q1 or Q2 (7 in the first decile). Concerning funding, I have been the Principal Investigator of 9 R&D projects and 9 transfert contracts with companies and organisations, all of them within the field of natural language processing.