I am Fabio Lamanna, a freelance civil engineer working on transportation networks, urban mobility and data analysis.

I work with data coming from urban mobility, cities, social networks and transportation systems.

I play with data organizing the DataBeers and PyData events in Venezia.

More information are available in English and Italian on my Curriculum Vitae.

You can find my works here and on Twitter, GitHub, Google Scholar and Behance.

Selected works and projects

Given to Fly

Given to Fly

A set of flight trajectories of some commercial aircrafts during a winter day (Feb. 15th 2019). Data taken from FlightRadar24. Thanks to Nomo Design for the inspiration.

Immigrant Community Integration in World Cities

Immigrant Community Integration in World Cities

Migrant and hosting communities face long-term challenges in the integration process. Immigrants must adapt to new laws and ways of life, while hosts need to adjust to multicultural societies. A data visualization has been published in September 2019 issue of the National Geographic website and magazine.

When Tweets Fly to Town

When Tweets Fly to Town

A Neo4j subgraph of Twitter data taken from users "overlapping" Zurich (ZRH) airport in the last three years. The dataset has been built over users that at least once passed through an airport area, emitting a tweet.

Deutsche Bahn Railway Network

Deutsche Bahn Railway Network

The German Railway Timetable Network, where nodes are stations and edges real time train paths.

Tracing the Silence

Tracing the Silence

Mapping the influence of Depeche Mode’s classic hit “Enjoy the Silence” in the tour history.

Venice is a Tweet

Venice is a Tweet

Plot of nearly 30.000 tweets with their own language taken from eight months of geo-localised Twitter activity over Venice.