The iUTAH Cyberinfrastructure team is led by Jeff Horsburgh at Utah State University and Steve Corbato at the University of Utah. Jeff is an Assistant Professor in Civil and Environmental Engineering at Utah State University, and Steve is the Director of Cyberinfrastructure (CI) Strategic Initiatives within the Office of Information Technology at the University of Utah.
We are committed to facilitating data access and collaboration for iUTAH researchers and the broader Utah water resources community. We appreciate any feedback from potential users of iUTAH data products. Please contact us with comments, questions, or concerns.
Utah State University
Utah State University
Amber Jones is the iUTAH data manager. Amber is a Research Engineer at the Utah Water Research Laboratory at Utah State University and has a Master's degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering. Amber has worked over the past several years in maintaining the sensors and streaming datasets from the Little Bear River watershed. She also has experience in geographic information systems (GIS) and data visualization and analysis in R and other software programs.
Stephanie Reeder is a professional programmer/analyst at the Utah Water Research Laboratory at Utah State University. She has a bachelors degree in Computer Science. Stephanie has worked for the past couple of years on development of hydrologic information systems and data management software in support of the CUAHSI Hydrologic Information System and other projects. She is currently working on Python-based software related to visualization and quality control of continuous sensor data.
Pabitra Dash is a software engineer at the Utah Water Research Laboratory at Utah State University. Pabitra is working on Hydroshare, a web-based platform for storing and sharing of hydrologic data and is also contributing to iUTAH. He has helped developed the iUTAH Data Publication System for searching, sharing, and publishing datasets and resources.
Caleb Buahin is a PhD student working with the iUTAH Cyberinfrastructure Team and Research Focus Area 3. Caleb has a Master’s degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering and experience in hydrologic and water quality modeling. Caleb is investigating technical approaches for coupling models and model components to form integrated models that will be used by iUTAH researchers to more holistically represent hydrologic systems in the area.
Juan Carballo is an undergraduate student in Computer Science at Utah State University. Juan is working on development of web applications that will enable iUTAH research teams to more easily collaborate in sharing and managing data.
Maurier Ramírez is an undergraduate student in Computer Science at Utah State University. Maurier is working on the development of web applications for visualizing time series data and a web application and database for the management of physical monitoring infrastructure.
Matt Lorimer is working in partnership with the iUTAH Cyberinfrastructure Team in the implementation of the hardware and server environments for hosting the iUTAH Modeling and Data Federation. Matt is a full time System Administrator with Utah State University's Information Technology group and is an expert in hardware and software systems for virtualization.