Jorge Jiménez Ramírez, from Madrid, graduated in Spanish Language and Literature, M.A. in Teaching Spanish as a Foreign Language and PhD in Intercultural Communication. His interest areas are Hacker Ethics, Cultural Differences relating to Communication, and Language as a Complex System.
As a researcher in these topics, he has written articles and participated in training and research programs in several Spanish and European universities and institutions. He has been invited as lecturer to international universities and graduate programs and lecturer of Spanish teachers. He has also been involved in different research projects as didactic designer, consultant, and teacher, such as AVE (Aula Virtual de Español) by Instituto Cervantes, ALLES Program (Advance Long Distance Language Education System) with funding from the V Framework Programme of the European Comission or OTT (Observatorio de Tecnologías de la Traducción).
He is currently teaching Spanish, Communication and Intercultural Studies to translators, journalists, and International Relations at the Universidad Europea de Madrid in the Department of Communication.