He is the lead developer of Orione, an integrated web-based data management and analysis platform that enable collaborative and reproducible biomedical research. He has worked also on the computational prediction of drug cardiac toxicity exploiting the power of GPUs computing in a large scale biological simulation.
The results of his research activities are published in international refereed journals and conferences and he has served as reviewer in the field of computer science.
Gianmauro obtained his Laurea (MSc) degree in Electronic Engineering from The University of Cagliari, Italy, in 2006 . Before joining CRS4 in 2009, he worked on 3D laser scanning domain in the field of cultural heritage. His activities were mainly focused on coordinating the acquisition and data processing for massive 3D models visualization and distribution.