Andrea Gatti got a Master of Science in Computer Engineering and a Ph.D. in Environmental and Infrastructure Engineering at Politecnico di Milano. He largely contributed to the development of the space-wise approach for the analysis of gravity data of the ESA-GOCE satellite mission, using which, he computed the global gravity model GO_CONS_GCF_2_SPW_R5 available at the International Centre for Global Earth Models archive.
His research is focused on the development of code for data analysis with a special attention to processing performances and parallel execution. At the beginning of 2017, he oriented his studies to the analysis of GNSS data and started working on a project aiming to tropospheric analysis through the usage of GNSS data for the calibration of SAR APS data.
He became one of the major contributors to the open-source software called goGPS, an application for the analysis of GNSS data, in 2017 he started a new development branch with a faster processing core and a more organized structure that will allow the project to grow for the next years.
In April 2018 he joined the GReD s.r.l team.