I am currently a PhD candidate working with the e-Humanities junior research group “Computational Literary Genre Stylistics” (CLiGS) in the University of Würzburg. Along with fellow colleagues from other universities, I have helped to develop several projects such as catalogues, collections of eBooks, corpora, dictionaries or websites and have a background on corpus linguistics and lexicography. I have acquired teaching experience at Universität Würzburg, Universität Kassel, and Universität Eichstätt-Ingolstadt.
The two main topics of my research are:
- Creation of corpora: development of digital collections (XML-TEI, ePUB, XHTML) for research
- Stylometry and digital quantitative methods: acquisition of knowledge about texts (mainly literary) based on linguistic features and metadata such as stylometry or graphs
I have helped several research groups from the Humanities to implement digital methods for their specific interests. Some examples are:
- UNIR: Development of a Corpus of Spanish Theatre in TEI and its use for network research
- UAM: Development of the website of Philobiblion
- U. Alcalá: Development of Catálogo Medieval
- UNED: Maintenance of their research project website
- Kolia: Development of their website
Projects and Data
I have lead the development of some Digital Humanities projects. You can read more about it here. The most important one is the digital collection Clásicos Hispánicos, a collection of eBooks that uses XML-TEI, publishes eBooks, and and gives high quality access to classic texts in Spanish both for reading and research.
I have also developed other small projects or curated data in different forms: