iUTAH EPSCoR Successes

 

DATA

values from field
measurements,
lab analysis, and
model runs

PRESENTATIONS

scholarly
presentations
and posters

FUNDING

generated from
research proposals

PUBLICATIONS

submitted, in press,
or published, nationally
and beyond

ENGAGEMENT

people reached at
public events
statewide

iUTAH SUCCESSES

 

The iUTAH EPSCoR project aims to build collaborations in the form of research, training, and outreach on water sustainability for our state. As we grow, we continue to have a positive impact statewide, and beyond. We measure these successes in the people, papers, presentations, partnerships, proposals, and infrastructures we foster. Here’s a sampling of what we have done from 2012-2016.

 

Building Collaboration

 

$19 million

funding from 64 research proposals

170,000+
people reached in 290 public outreach events
439

scholarly presentations and posters

171

publications (submitted, in press, or published)

 

 

Connecting Participants (current and past)

 

698

total participants

295
60
8
postdoctoral associates
10
10
69

 

 

Innovative Research & Facilities

 

38

sensor stations collecting data statewide

279
data variables/parameters logged
135,000

measurements collected per day      

3
15,000

analyses per year

 

 

Sustaining Cyberinfrastructure

 

1
70 million
data values from measurements, analyses, and modeling
1

active link to centralized petabyte storage array  

70
terabytes in tiered storage
6

host servers

 

Printable copy of iUTAH Successes ( current as of 10/2016)