Giovanni Coppini holds a PhD in Environmental Sciences from the University of Bologna. Since 2003 he’s been working as Technologist at INGV in the operational oceanography division, where he was responsible for environmental applications such as oil spill forecasting and environmental indicators.
He has being representing INGV and then CMCC in the European Topic Centre – Inland, Coastal and Marine waters (ETC-ICM) project of the European Environment Agency and in MyOcean as responsible for the liaisons with Global Monitoring for Environment and Security (GMES) Ocean Service (MyOcean) and the development of climate and environmental indicators. He has being representing INGV in the collaboration agreement among INGV and Italian Coast Guard.
He’s been managing director in MFSTEP EU project and has contributed to the management of several international Projects.
He is the Emergency Response Office (ERO) Manager in the Mediterranean Oceanography Network for GOOS (MONGOOS) and Regional Marine Pollution Emergency Response Centre for the Mediterranean Sea (REMPEC) collaboration Agreement.
Since 2004 he was collaborating in the management of the Italian National Group of Operational Oceanography (8 Institutes). Since 2012 he is co-chair of MONGOOS.
His field of expertise is oil spill emergency management at sea and development of environmental and climate change ocean indicators based on operational oceanography observations, modelling products and climate re-analyses.
In September 2012 he has started collaborating with CMCC to direct the Operational Oceanography Laboratory OCEAN-LAB.
He is Member of the JCOMM Expert Team on Maritime Safety Services (ETMSS) and he represents Cmcc within EuroGOOS (European Global Ocean Observing System).
Currently at CMCC he is director of OPA Division (Ocean Predictions and Applications).
- The Black Sea Physics Analysis and Forecasting System within the Framework of the Copernicus Marine Service
- A High Resolution Reanalysis for the Mediterranean Sea
- The Copernicus Marine Service from 2015 to 2021: six years of achievements
- Climate Signals in the Black Sea From a Multidecadal Eddy-Resolving Reanalysis
- Modeling of the Turkish Strait System Using a High Resolution Unstructured Grid Ocean Circulation Model
- Monitoring and Forecasting the Ocean State and Biogeochemical Processes in the Black Sea: Recent Developments in the Copernicus Marine Service
- A Modelling Approach for the Assessment of Wave-Currents Interaction in the Black Sea
- A multi-model architecture based on Long-Short Term Memory neural networks for multi-step sea level forecasting
- Copernicus marine service ocean state report, issue 4 - Chapter 2.4 Interannual variability in the Eastern and Western Mediterranean Overturning Index
- Observational evidence of the basin-wide gyre reversal in the Gulf of Taranto