R&D Software Engineer at Broadcom developing systems and methods for automatic threat hunting: malicious network traffic analysis, malware analysis, unknown threat categorization, messaging abuse filters, APT detection and attack chain inference based on machine learning.
These usually involve:
Other research interests are Natural Language Processing, procedural generation, concept drift, adversarial machine learning and their applications to the cyber-security domain.
2022 - 3rd place (out of 20 teams) at IberLEF 2022 - PoliticEs Spanish Author Profiling for Political Ideology
2021 - 2nd place (in both defender and attacker tracks) at MLSEC-2021: Thwarting Adversarial Malware Evasion with a Defense-in-Depth
2021 - 6th place (out of 31 teams) at DETOXIS-2021 Task 1: Deep Learning Approaches to Toxicity Detection in Spanish Social Media Texts
2021 - 3rd place (out of 48 teams) at SemEval-2021 Task 1: Exploring Sentence and Word Features for Lexical Complexity Prediction
2020 - 45th place (out of 6351 teams) at Kaggle IEEE-CIS Fraud Detection
2020 - 10th place (out of 82 teams) at SemEval 2020 task 12: Offensive Language Detection Using Neural Networks and Anti-adversarial Features
2014 - 5th Workshop on Language Analysis for Social Media (LASM), Sweden: Mining Lexical Variants from Microblogs: An Unsupervised Multilingual Approach
2013 - Conference and Labs of the Evaluation Forum (CLEF), Spain: DLSI-Volvam at RepLab 2013: Polarity Classification on Twitter Data
2013 - Tweet Normalization Workshop co-located with 29th Conference of the Spanish Society for Natural Language Processing (SEPLN), Spain: DLSI en Tweet-Norm 2013: Normalización de Tweets en Español
2012 - TSD: Text, Speech and Dialogue, Czech Republic: TENOR: A Lexical Normalisation Tool for Spanish Web 2.0 Texts
2012 - NLDB: Natural Language Processing and Information Systems, Holland: The Study of Informality as a Framework for Evaluating the Normalisation of Web 2.0 Texts
2012 - Real-Time Analysis and Mining of Social Media Streams (RAMSS), Ireland: SMILE: An Informality Classification Tool for Helping to Assess Quality and Credibility in Web 2.0 Texts
2012 - Natural Language Processing for Improving Textual Accessibility (NLP4ITA), Turkey: Towards Facilitating the Accessibility of Web 2.0 Texts through Text Normalisation
2012 - @NLP can u tag #user_generated_content? (NLP4UGC), Turkey: A Qualitative Analysis of Informality Levels In Web 2.0 Texts: The Facebook Case Study
2011 - Symposium in Information and Human Language Technology (STIL), Brazil: The Use of Metrics for Measuring Informality Levels in Web 2.0 Texts
2011 - 3rd Language Technology Conference (LTC), Poland: Enhancing the Discovery of Informality Levels in Web 2.0 texts
2016 - I was a prize winner of the Allen Institute for AI (AI2) first science challenge: Moving Beyond the Turing Test with the Allen AI Science Challenge
2014 - Coverage of our work defending SMS networks while working at Symantec: Security rEsrchRs find nu way 2 spot TXT spam
JS1k submission using L-systems.
Procedural audio using L-systems based on Ville-Matias Heikkilä (2011). Discovering novel computer music techniques by exploring the space of short computer programs.
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