|2012 - Present||Director of Design Studio, Jeffrey S. Raikes School of Computer Science and Management, University of Nebraska-Lincoln|
|2009 - Present||President, Red Brain inc.|
|2003 - 2012||Software Architect, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, University of Nebraska-Lincoln|
|2003 - 2007||President, Orangepeel Inc.|
|2002 - 2005||Special Topics Lecturer, JD Edwards Honors Program for Computer Science and Management, University of Nebraska-Lincoln|
|1998 - 2002||Development Lead (1998 - 2000), IBM Global Services Business Enablement Solutions, Knowledge Management. Development Lead (2000 - 2002) IBM Global Services Business Innovation Services|
A Service Oriented Architecture for Data-Driven Decision Support Systems, I.J. Cottingham, Masters Thesis, University of Nebraska - Lincoln, 2009.
Using Web 2.0 and ESIR for Rich Climate Analysis. X. Wu, I.J. Cottingham. August 2008. ESRI Users Conference.
A Value Based Caching Framework for Data Driven Distributed Systems. B. Prabhakar, I. J. Cottingham, S. Goddard. March 2005. JBoss World 2005.
Digital government: reviving the newhall simulation model to understand the patterns and trends of soil climate regimes and drought events. W. J. Waltman, S. Goddard, S. E. Reichenbach, G. Gu, I. J. Cottingham, J. S. Peake, T. Tadesse, S. K. Harms, J. S. Deogun May 2004 dg.o '04: Proceedings of the 2004 annual national conference on Digital government research
Demonstration of the National Agricultural Decision Support System. I. J. Cottingham, S. Goddard, S. Zhang, X. Wu, K. Lu, A. Rutledge, W. J. Waltman May 2004 dg.o '04: Proceedings of the 2004 annual national conference on Digital government research
Digital Government: new tools to define terroirs and viticultural areas in the northern great plains. W. J. Waltman, S. Goddard, P. E. Read, S. E. Reichenbach, I. J. Cottingham, J. S. Peake May 2004 dg.o '04: Proceedings of the 2004 annual national conference on Digital government research
A Case Study in Data Sharing: 211 Helplink and the AIRS XSD, Cottingham I. J., Kutsch B. B., Shank, N. C., 2008
- Robert B. Daugherty Water for Food Institute Faculty Fellow
- served as UNL faculty representative on CIC Technology Collaboration Learning Technology Group
- serve on UNL Faculty Senate Information Technologies and Services Committee
- serve on an advisory panel to NUTech Ventures Inc. to assist in the development of resources to support faculty entrepreneurship at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
- was CO-PI on a NEH JISC award which provides funding for the development of software for spatio-temporal correlation and analysis of historical US railroad and news paper data from the 19th century.
- serve as President of Red Brain inc., a UNL faculty startup corporation formed to facilitate intellectual property transfer and commercialization activities for grant funded research projects.
- directed the UNL CSCE development team focused on the creation of a cyberinfrastructure for unified access and interaction with federated genomic and phylogenetic databases. (NSF 0743783)
- led the software development partnership, funded in part by the National Institute of Health, between the Computing Innovation Group and University of Nebraska State Museum to develop mobile device software to assist teens in learning about viruses. (NSF R25RR024267-01)
- led the UNL CSCE Team in a $7.5 million partnership with the United States Department of Agriculture Risk Management Agency, Drought Risk, Impact and Mitigation System. This project brings partners at both the National Drought Mitigation Center (NDMC) and (USDA RMA) together to develop decision support systems (http://greenleaf.unl.edu). (USDA-RMA 02-IE-0831-0028, USDA-RMA 05-IE-0831-0254)
- was P.I. for a project with Region V Services of Nebraska to develop interactive meeting simulation modules to help train adults with developmental disabilities to serve on community boards.
- was P.I. for a partnership with Los Angeles County 211 to study and improve the data standard for the sharing of data between information referral systems. His recommendations were approved by the AIRS Board of Directors and became version 3.0 of the data standard.
Ph.D., University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 2018 (expected)
M.S., University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 2009
B.S., University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 2002
Computer Science, German