PROFILEIn 1992, Fabio Tamburini obtained a degree in Computer Science with distinction applying neural networks to pattern recognition problems.
He started his activity working at the Interfaculty Centre for Applied and Theoretical Linguistics - University of Bologna.
In 2004 he received a PhD in Electronics and Computer Science Engineering from the University of Bologna, defending a thesis on the Automatic detection of prosodic prominence in continuous speech.
He is now associate professor in the same university, where, since 2001, he has been teaching various Computational Linguistics and Applied Linguistics courses for the Faculty of Arts and Humanities and the Faculty of Mathematics, Physics and Natural Sciences both at undergraduate and postgraduate level.
His main scientific interests span through Speech Processing, Natural Language Processing and Corpus Linguistics.