Ian J. Cottingham

Ian Cottingham

Assistant Professor of Practice and Director of Design Studio
Jeffrey S. Raikes School of Computer Science and Management
University of Nebraska-Lincoln

123 Kauffman Academic Residential Center
Lincoln, NE 68588
(402) 472-3835

ian@unl.edu

Curriculum Vitae    |   Resume

Appointments

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

Publications

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

Professional Activities

Education

Ph.D., University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 2018 (expected)
Computer Engineering

M.S., University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 2009
Computer Science

B.S., University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 2002
Computer Science, German

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