I'm a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Dipartimento di Filologia Letteratura e Linguistica of the University of Pisa and a member of the Computational Liguistics Laboratory.
I graduated at the University of Pisa, where I got my bachelor in Informatica Umanistica (2009) with a thesis about automatic classification of event names in Italian and my master degree (2012) in Business Informatics with a thesis focused on the Business Intelligence process, from ETL until the data analysis.
Before starting my doctoral studies in Ingegneria dell'Informazione, I spent two years working in a private company in the field of Business Intelligence.
I got my PhD in 2017 with a dissertation entitled “Distributional Models of Emotions for Sentiment Analysis and Social Media”. Currently, I am expert on the subject (Cultore della Materia) for the course of Computational Linguistics at University of Pisa and the scientific coordinator of the SEM project.
My research is mainly focused on:
- - Emotion Detection and Sentiment Analysis
- - Opinion Mining
- - Information Extraction
- - Business and Competitive Intelligence
Other domains I'm interested in include Text Mining tasks like Information Retrieval and Entity Extraction.
SEM Il Chattadino
Project funded by Regione Toscana POR CreO Fesr 2014-2020. The goal of the project is the creation of a ChatBot able to provide information about the Public Administration domain. The project brings together the CoLing Lab and the companies ETI 3 s.r.l., BNova s.r.l. and Rigel Engineering s.r.l.
Project funded by Regione Toscana POR FESR 2014-2020. It aims at developing an E-learning platform enriched with innovative NLP technologies able to offer personalized courses. The project involves the companies M.E.T.A. Srl, 01Sistemi Srl, VIDITRUST Srl, PERSAFE Srl and the research partners ILC-CNR and CoLing Lab (University of Pisa).
Memorie di Guerra
The goal of this project is the application of State-of-the-Art NLP techniques to war memories and historical documents, in order to enhance historical research and to preserve the historical memory of these events.
The project involves other research partners like ILC-CNR and University of Siena.
lucia.passaro (AT) fileli.unipi.it
(+39) 050 2215674
Laboratorio di Linguistica Computazionale
Dipartimento di Filologia, Letteratura e Linguistica (FiLeLi)
via Santa Maria 36
56126 PISA, Italy
Lucia C. Passaro
University of Pisa
Computational Liguistics Laboratory