Roberto Otero-Aragón obtained a Master's Degree in Software Engineering at the University of Córdoba (Spain), and is in charge of the implementation, design, updating, and
maintenance of the MeteoTrad website, database, and infrastructure. His main research and
project interests are the design of Android applications and video game development.
Alejandro García-Aragón obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in Translation and
Interpreting at the University of Granada (Spain), and specialized in
Modern Greek studies and Lexicography during his Master’s Degree in
Advanced Studies in Translation at the same university, where he is
currently a PhD student and member of Prof. Pamela Faber’s LexiCon
research group. His major fields of research include: lexicography,
terminology, specialized translation, knowledge representation, and
Modern Greek studies. He has authored and co- authored several book
chapters, international conference presentations, as well as papers in
Terminology, JoSTrans, Trans-Kom, International Journal of Information
Technologies and Knowledge, Major Trends in Theoretical and Applied
Linguistics, Hellenic Society for Terminology, and Poliphilos.
Samuel Alegre-Castro is a Senior Technician in Advertising Design, currently working as an idea man, graphic designer, and illustrator
at Binalogue (Madrid), a firm committed to the development of corporate branding, interactive and still images, as well as website
components. His main project interests are those in which psychology, education, and creativity converge in the creation of something original and new.
Antonio Pérez-Muñoz is a Junior Professor and an Accredited Tenured Professor at the Department
of Chemical Engineering at the University of Granada (Spain). He holds a B.S. and obtained a PhD in
Chemical Sciences from the University of Córdoba (Spain) in 2006. He also obtained a Juan de
la Cierva grant in 2008 at the University of Huelva (Spain), funded by the Spanish Ministry
of Science and Innovation, and took part in several research projects on Chemistry, Ecology,
Sustainability, and Biomass Energy. He has authored and co-authored numerous papers in
international journals such as Bioresource Technology, Environmental Progress & Sustainable
Energy, Chemical Engineering Research and Design, Holzforschung, Bioresources, Biomass and
Bioenergy, inter alia.
José Manuel Romero-Sánchez is a Registered Nurse and PhD in Health Sciences by the University
of Cádiz, and obtained his Master’s Degree of Science in Nursing at the
University of Alicante, Spain. He is also an expert technician in
Research Project Management on Health Sciences, and teaches Research
Methodology and Health Sciences Statistics in several university
master’s degrees and life-long learning programs from different health
care institutions. Additionally, he is a fellow researcher in several
national and regional projects funded by public institutions, and has
published and peer-reviewed many scientific papers with a JCR impact.
Research Group: PAIDI-CTS 391, University of Cádiz, Spain.
Clara Inés López-Rodríguez is a tenured professor in the Department of Translation and Interpreting of
the University of Granada (Spain), where she teaches scientific and technical translation, and multimedia translation
(subtitling and localisation). She holds a PhD from the University of Granada and belongs to the research group
LexiCon. Her current research focuses on scientific translation, terminology,
and the application of corpus linguistics to terminology and translation. She has published papers in several journals indexed in the
European Reference Index for the Humanities, such as Terminology, Meta, TTR, Journal of Specialised Translation, New Voices in
Translation Studies, Lebende Sprachen, Perspectives: Studies in Translatology, Belgian Journal of Linguistics and Sendebar.
Νικόλαος Δόκος / Nikólaos Dokos