Sandro Mani received his degree in computational sciences and engineering from ETH Zürich in 2012. Starting from 2011, he has worked on a number of projects in the GIS field, focusing in particular on 3D geospatial visualization and analysis. In early 2014 he joined Sourcepole, his main responsibility being C++ and Python based development of QGIS core and plugin functionality.
Sandro Mani has been engaged in the open source scene for a number of years, and is a package maintainer for the Fedora project.
- Tool to simulate and visualize the cellular antenna radiation exposure in 3D (C++/Qt/OpenGL)
- Tool for automatic cleanup of 3D building geometries (CityGML, Java)
- Performance and memory optimization of geospatial analysis operations (Python, C, C++)
- QGIS development (C++, Python)