Prof. Helena Caseli is a Computer Scientist graduate at the Federal University of Uberlândia (UFU) and post-graduated at the University of São Paulo. She also spent some time in Spain, at the University of Alicante, during and after her Ph.D. Since 2008, Prof. Caseli has been a full-time lecturer and researcher at the Federal University of São Carlos (UFSCar), Brazil, situated in São Carlos, a small city (around 260,000 inhabitants) in the State of São Paulo. Helena loves to teach, supervise and research on many topics of Machine Learning and Natural Language Processing, such as machine translation (her first passion), semantic relation extractions (her eternal challenge), and multimodal learning (her newest crush). Currently, she is involved in two big projects: one with the biggest e-commerce company in Brazil (Americanas s.a.) and another one supported by FAPESP (the main support agency in São Paulo).