Andrea comes from an interdisciplinary and international background. Before finding her path in digital humanities, she graduated in Communications, Archaeology, History and Geography and collected these degrees in Budapest, Prague, and Paris. She received her Mphil and PhD in Heritage Studies from the University of Cambridge. Her doctoral research focused on the impact the national WWI commemorations had on the urban landscape of capital cities, London, Paris and Budapest. She used digital humanities methods, such as NLP and GIS, during this research. As a Cambridge – ESRC intern at BT, she took part in distant reading and machine learning research on misinformation, while at the National Archives, she was a Research Fellow in Advance Digital Methods working with the crowdsourced dataset of the Operation War Diary. Currently, she works as an Assistant Professor in History and Data Science at Northeastern University London.