iUTAH Team - Graduate Research Assistant
Brigham Young University
Web-Based Data Storage and Visualization
iUTAH Research Focus Area
Zachary Aanderud, Norm Jones
This project will develop a simulation environment for water resources modeling based on the ArcGIS server data model and geoprocessing tools. These tools will use a Google-Earth style visualization interface for easy access to water data and cloud-based computing for use by the scientific and non-scientific communities.
Scott is PhD student at Brigham Young University in Civil and Environmental Engineering, with an emphasis in water resources. He has a bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering and a minor in Computer Science from BYU. He is certified as an Engineer-In-Training by the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying and has conducted hydrologic analysis in the Dominican Republic as part of a dam feasibility study. He also helped update the Salt Lake County hydrologic master plan for a development in Herriman, Utah, as part of a student project. Scott is fluent in Spanish and is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers.