Associate professor at the Departament de Filologies Romàniques. Member of the Group of Trainers for the Professionalization of the Doctoral Supervision. Main research of the Research Group on Mathematical Linguistics (GRLMC). Secretary of Departament de Filologies Romàniques and secretary of the academic commission of the Doctorate in Humanistic Studies. I obtained my PhD in Linguistics with an honors degree. I worked two years, as a pre-doctoral fellow, at the Computer and Automation Research Institute of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences in Budapest. My post-doctoral training includes a three-year stay at the Department of Computer Science in the University of Pisa as a Marie Curie Researcher. I have participated in several research projects and have been the research in charge of three contracts with the European Comission. I have published more than hundred articles in journals and monographic volumes, and have edited several volumes on the interplay between linguistics and computation. I have participated in many international conferences and have organized conferences, workshops and special sessions. I have supervised 5 doctoral dissertations, all of them with international mention. Application of formal models to natural language analysis, linguistic complexity and fuzzy grammaticality are some of her main research topics. ). She holds four merits in research and three merits in teaching (AQU).
Project: Doctoral Training for Enhancing European Doctorate Holders’ Employability across Disciplines: Co-creating transversal skills with industry (reference: 2021MFP-COFUND-6)