Andrea Nanetti received his education in Historical Sciences in Italy (Bologna), France (Paris-Sorbonne), Germany (Köln), Greece (National Hellenic Research Foundation), and USA (Brown), with a combination of humanities, physics, and computational data science. He serves as Tenured Associate Professor, Associate Chair (Graduate Education) at Nanyang Technological University Singapore, and founding director of LIBER (Laboratory of Interdisciplinary Bookish and Experiential Research) for the School of Art, Design and Media with a Courtesy Appointment at the School of Humanities (History).
Since 1996, he pioneered digital humanities projects and entrepreneurial endeavours, published 20 multilingual books (13 single-authored), two edited journals, and over 80 essays in scientific journals and books, in English, Italian, Chinese, Spanish, Korean, and Modern Greek in Historical and Heritage Sciences.
One of his latest publications is available online (Crafting the next generation of web-based learning tools for manuscript artefacts in the time of the Covid-19 pandemic. A focus on science, technology, and engineering codices, world maps, and archival documents in exhibition settings).