About me

Claudia Albanese, Ph.D.Hi. My name is Claudia and I am a researcher in methodology and a data scientist. I am vocationally trained in human ethology, whilst I currently work in the financial industry.

As an independent researcher, I am affiliated to the DICA-Lab (Dynamics, Interaction, Cognition, Activity) that kindly hosts this space and that I thank for the support. However, the views here expressed are exclusively my own.

Some of my research interests are Data Analysis, Market Research, Behavioural Finance, Methodology, Big Data, Data Mining, UX, Behavioural Profiling, Social Psychology, Facial Expressions, Emotions, Communication, Crowd Analysis, Natural Language Processing for Market Sentiment Analysis, Linguistics, Database Management, Data Governance, Data Quality, Data Analysis and Data Visualisation.

For inquiries please contact  info.ca@claudia-albanese.com

Twitter: @CA_Streaming   

Linkedin: https://www.linkein.com/in/claudialbanese

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Thank You Note

I would like to thank DICA-lab, its IT Support and especially Prof. Dr. Charles Max for giving me the chance to host my research in this space.

In February 2015, I was awarded the title of Doctor of Science of Education from University of Luxembourg with a work in human ethology, social semiotics and evolutionary anthropology titled “The Composite Semiotics of Repair in French and Italian TV Debates“.

I would like to humbly thank the following scholars for being in my Defense Committee:

Dr. Charles Max, Dissertation Supervisor, Professor, Université du Luxembourg

Dr. Peter Gilles, Chairman, Professor, Université du Luxembourg

Dr. Steve Walsh, Vice Chairman, Professor, Newcastle University

Dr. Shanley AllenProfessor, Technische Universität Kaiserslautern

Dr. Viviana GaballoProfessor, Università di Macerata

I would also like to also thank Pr. Dr. Nick Enfield for having engaged in the discussion of my work in its developmental phase. Very kindly, Nick invited me to the Max Planck Institute of Psycholinguistics in Nijmegen in 2012 and brilliantly organised a series of meetings to discuss this work when still underdeveloped. I would like to thank J. Barinova, H. Clark, C. DeVos, M. Dingemase, for their patience and because the talks I had with them were crucial to help me clarify methodological points in this work, that would otherwise be severely biased.

There is some work ongoing and I promise to give updates as often as possible. Thank you for reading this blog.