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Antonio Pareja Lora

Antonio Pareja Lora
Universidad Complutense de Madrid / ATLAS (UNED)
Calle Profesor José García Santesmases, 9

Campos científicos de interés

Adquisición y aprendizaje
Enseñanza de lenguas y diseño curricular
Lenguas para fines específicos
Psicología del lenguaje, lenguaje infantil y psicolingüística
Análisis del discurso
Lingüística de corpus, computacional e ingeniería lingüística
Lexicología y lexicografía
Traducción e interpretación

Palabras clave de la investigación desarrollada

anotación; terminología; procesamiento del lenguaje natural; discurso; pragmática; enseñanza de lenguas asistida por ordenador; traducción automática.

Palabras clave de la transferencia del conocimiento desarrollada

Normalización: estandarización; ontologías.


Antonio Pareja-Lora got a PhD in Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence from the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM) in 2012.

He is an Associate Professor (Profesor Contratado Doctor) at DSIC, Departamento de Sistemas Informáticos y Computación (Computer Systems and Computation Department), of the Universidad Complutense de Madrid (UCM). His research interests focus on natural language processing, linguistic and/or ontological annotation and the ontological representation of linguistic phenomena, data categories and relations. Within this area, he has collaborated in several European and national projects with the Ontology Engineering Group (OEG) of the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM) for more than eight years.

More recently, he has become a member of ATLAS (Applying Technologies to LAnguageS, from UNED), of the ILSA (Implementation of Language-Driven Software and Applications, from UCM) and the DMEG (Data Mining Engineering Group, from Universidad de Guadalajara, Mexico) research groups.

Dr. Pareja-Lora is an expert of the ISO/TC 37 Committee (standardisation of terminology, language resources and linguistic annotations), being also the Convenor of AENOR's AEN/CTN 191 (the national body committee corresponding to ISO/TC 37). He is also one of the officers of ACL SIGANN (Special Interest Group for Annotation of the Association for Computational Linguistics).

He has published extensively in international conferences and journals, as well as in several collected works. He has also been reviewer for several international reputed conferences, such as ACL, COLING, IJCNLP, TKE or LREC. In addition, he also has experience in organizing panels and workshops, such as the Pragmatic Annotation panel at IPrA 2011 (Manchester) or the Linguistic Annotation Workshop (LAW) series.

His most recent research is summarised in the books "Providing Linked Linguistic and Semantic Web Annotations - The OntoTag Hybrid Annotation Model" (, and its follow-up, "Development of Linguistic Linked Open Data Resources for Collaborative Data-Intensive Research in the Language Sciences" (, which he has (co-)authored. See also his LinkedIn (, Google Scholar (, ResearchGate ( and Semantic Scholar ( profiles for further details about his publications, current and past positions and areas of expertise.