Mannarini Gianandrea

Via Marco Biagi 5-17 – 73100 Lecce, Italy

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Gianandrea’s research activity aims to improve Maritime Transportation by means of meteo-oceanographic data.

Since 2012, he has been designing, implementing, and coordinating the development of the open-source ship routing model VISIR. A service for on-demand computation of least-time routes was realized in 2015 (www.visir-nav.com), while in 2021 a service for least-CO2 ferry routes depending on wave and sea current forecasts became operational (www.gutta-visir.eu).

The VISIR model was documented in several publications (www.visir-model.net).

Among Gianandrea’s research interests is the environmental impact of maritime transportation, especially in reference to climate change.

Gianandrea holds a PhD in Theoretical Physics issued from the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin – Germany and a MSc degree in Physics from the Università degli Studi di Pisa – Italy.

He loves nature, sports, and reading.

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