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I am a 2nd year Ph.D. student originally from Spain. I have completed both, my BA and my MA at the University of Seville. I decided to study at Western because it gave me an opportunity to combine the fields of humanities and Computer Science. One of the things that I like most about UWO is the flexibility and the quality. On the other hand, winters here are very hard. My general research interests are in graphs, graph databases, query languages, complex networks and temporal ontologies and my main research interest is in Network Theory. The best thing about being a CulturePlex member is having the opportunity to work in a multidisciplinary environment.
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The Hispanic Baroque
The project, “The Hispanic Baroque: Complexity in the first Atlantic culture”, is the fruit of efforts of a group of 35 researchers from...View project
Dr. Glearning is a multidisciplinary project that addresses the need for higher education level apps and aims to develop a flexible mobile...View project
Sylva. A Flexible Database System for the Humanities
Recent research in the field of Digital Humanities has identified several common patterns in how information is related. We have observed...View project
The art-space of a global community: the network of Baroque paintings in Hispanic-America
This paper presents the results of a multi- disciplinary collaboration in Digital Humanities that focuses on the multi-scale analysis of the...View publication
Sustaining a Global Community: Art and Religion in the Network of Baroque Hispanic-American Paintings
In this paper we analyze the network of Hispanic baroque paintings from 1550 to 1850. We divide the dataset of 11,443 works from Spain and...View publication