About me

Hi! I am Pablo Aragón, doctoral researcher at the Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning research group in Universitat Pompeu Fabra, and the Data Science & Big Data Analytics unit in Eurecat, Centre Tecnològic de Catalunya. My research focuses on understanding social and political phenomena through the analysis of data from the Internet. I am particularly interested in characterizing online participation in civic technologies, the online network structures of grassroots movements and political parties, and the technopolitical dimension of networked democracy. These interests have led me to participate in EU funded research projects like DECODE, in which we are building free open-source infrastructures to increase data sovereignty of European citizens, or D-CENT, in which we contributed to transform everyday democratic decision making through free open-source digital technologies. I was also a visiting scholar at the Oxford Internet Institute (University of Oxford) and I actively collaborate with public institutions:

These collaborations extend the work done as a co-founder member of the research network DatAnalysis15M (book here, free content here). My research activities include my services at the Program Committee of:

and the review of journals articles in:

I also serve as lecturer at the Discrete Mathematics course in Universitat Pompeu Fabra and co-supervised the MSc thesis:

I have also been invited as guest lecturer at:

Prior to my academic career I worked for two years as a data engineer designing backend systems for social media monitoring processes in a startup company.


I am currently pursuing a PhD in Information and Communication Technologies at Universitat Pompeu Fabra. I obtained a MSc in Artificial Intelligence at Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia – UNED in 2016, and a BSc+MSc in Computer Science & Engineering at Universidad de Zaragoza in 2010, which included a full year as an exchange student at Luleå Tekniska Universitet. I also attended the 1st Summer School on Methods for Computational Social Science and the 1st Summer School of the Network of Excellence in Internet Science.

Curriculum Vitae

Last update: Aug 2019


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Pablo Aragón
García-Gavilanes, Ruth; Kaltenbrunner, Andreas; Sáez-Trumper, Diego; Baeza-Yates, Ricardo; Aragón, Pablo; Laniado, David. Who are my Audiences? A Study of the Evolution of Target Audiences in Microblogs. 6th International Conference on Social Informatics (2014).
Ricardo A. Baeza-Yates
Szwarcfiter, Jayme L.; Navarro, Gonzalo; Baeza-Yates, Ricardo; Oliveira, Joísa de S.; Cunto, Walter; Ziviani, Nívio Optimal binary search trees with costs depending on the access paths. Theoret. Comput. Sci. 290 (2003), no. 3, 1799–1814.
Jayme Luiz Szwarcfiter
de Figueiredo, Celina M. H.; Gimbel, John; Mello, Célia P.; Szwarcfiter, Jayme L. Sources and sinks in comparability graphs. Order 14 (1997), no. 1, 75–83.
John Gordon Gimbel
Erdős, Paul; Gimbel, John; Straight, H. Joseph Chromatic number versus cochromatic number in graphs with bounded clique number. European J. Combin. 11 (1990), no. 3, 235–240.
Paul Erdös


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