Alberto Pérez García-Plaza


About me


Ph.D. in Computer Science (Artificial Intelligence and Computer Systems Program). Teaching Assistant at the Computer Systems and Languages Department, UNED from 2007 to 2012.

Afterward, I worked on data mining oriented to cyber security intelligence for almost 4 years. 

Next 6 years  I moved to Bitergia to work as a consultant on Software Development Analytics, Open Source and Inner Source best practices, and managing customer accounts. During my first 3-4 years with Bitergia I was funded by a Torres Quevedo grant.

Currently working as Lecturer at the Computer Systems and Languages Department, UNED.

For more specific—and probably more updated—information, please visit my Linkedin profile.

Of course, you are invited to contact me if you wish, just write me an e-mail.


My research is focused on natural language processing, in particular on text mining. My main interests are web page representation by means of fuzzy logic oriented to clustering tasks and social media. In the latter case, I have worked on tag cloud reorganization and company name filtering on Twitter.

Furthermore, I did some research on finding any semantic and\or lexical relation between pages linked by hyperlinks, a topic studied in my end of degree project (read my end of degree project in Spanish).

I have also actively contributed for several years to GrimoireLab, a Free, Libre, Open Source project for Software Development Analytics.

You can also have a look at my entry at the UNED Scientific Portal for more details and links to my different research profiles on the net (ORCID, Scopus, etc.) 


       Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (UNED)

       Universidad Rey Juan Carlos (URJC)

       Universidad Rey Juan Carlos (URJC)

       Universidad Rey Juan Carlos (URJC)