Gloria Corpas Pastor

Gloria Corpas Pastor
PhD in English Philology
Professor
Email: gcorpas@uma.es
Telephone: +34 952133409
Fax: +34 952131823
Department: Translation and Interpreting
Faculty: Faculty of Arts
University: University of Malaga
Office: 611 (Building 6, Faculty of Arts, UMA)
Research Lines: Specialised translation. Translation and Interpreting Technologies. Corpus Linguistics. Phraseology. Lexicography and Terminology. E-resources and Virtual Learning Environments (VLE).


BA in German Philology (English) from the University of Malaga. PhD in English Philology from the Universidad Complutense de Madrid (1994). Visiting Professor in Translation Technology at the Research Institute in Information and Language Processing (RIILP) of the University of Wolverhampton, UK (since 2007), and Professor in Translation and Interpreting (2008). Published and cited extensively, member of several international and national editorial and scientific committees. Spanish delegate for AEN/CTN 174 and CEN/BTTF 138, actively involved in the development of the UNE-EN 15038:2006 and currently involved in the future ISO Standard (ISO TC37/SC2-WG6 "Translation and Interpreting"), where she is in charge of ISO/AWI 20539 (Translation, interpreting and related technology – Vocabulary) and ISO/DIS 18841 (Interpreting services – General requirements and recommendations). Regular evaluator of University programmes and curriculum design for the Spanish Agency for Quality Assessment and Accreditation (ANECA) and various research funding bodies. She has recently been awarded the “2017 Farola Award” in the field of New Technologies, given by the Andalusian Women’s Institute, Junta de Andalucía. President of AIETI (Iberian Association of Translation and Interpreting Studies, 2015-2017), Vice-President of AMIT-A (Association of Women in Science and Technology of Andalusia, 2014-2017), she is currently Director of the Department of Translation and Interpreting of the University of Malaga, Board member and member of the Advisory council of EUROPHRAS (European Society of Phraseology) and member of the Scientific council of AIETI.