Bruno Bianchi

PhD Fellow CONICET @ Computer Science Department, FCEN UBA / ICC, CONICET

Mail: bbianchi at dc uba ar 

Bio

PhD in Biology, UBA. Postdoctoral fellow under the supervision of Diego Fernández Slezak and Juan Kamienkowski. Teaching Assistant of “Algorithms and Data Structures I” in Computer Science Department and in “Text Mining” of the Master’s Degree in Data Recovery and Mining, UBA. Currently working on the study of the brain bases of predictions, using neuroimaging obtained while reading texts and NLP techniques for modeling predictions.

Interests

  • Eye-Tracking
  • EEG
  • NLP
  • Neural Networks

Publications

Link a su Google Scholar

Selection

  • Bianchi, B., Shalom, D. E., & Kamienkowski, J. E. (2019). Predicting known sentences: Neural basis of proverb reading using non-parametric statistical testing and mixed-effects models. Frontiers in human neuroscience, 13, 82.
  • Bianchi, B., Monzón, G. B., Ferrer, L., Slezak, D. F., Shalom, D. E., & Kamienkowski, J. E. (2020). Human and computer estimations of Predictability of words in written language. Scientific reports, 10(1), 1-11.
  • Kamienkowski, J. E., Carbajal, M. J., Bianchi, B., Sigman, M., & Shalom, D. E. (2018). Cumulative repetition effects across multiple readings of a word: evidence from eye movements. Discourse Processes, 55(3), 256-271.