Gabe is Professor of Geology & Geophysics, member of the Global Change and Sustainability Center, and co-director of the SIRFER stable isotope facility at the University of Utah. His research focuses on the application of light stable isotope ratio data to large-scale climatological and ecological problems.
Jason is Associate Professor of Ecosystem Science and Management at Texas A&M University. His interests in ecological research include the roles of vegetation in such ecosystem functions as water, carbon, and nitrogen cycling, with a particular interest in the characteristics of tissues found below ground. Understanding the consequences of global change for ecological systems is also an important focus, including the effects of changing atmospheric compositions, human activities that affect available nitrogen, biodiversity, climate change, and land use.
Jungha is a Software Engineer with the Rosen Center for Advanced Computing at Purdue University. He is the lead developer for the IsoMAP project.
Zhao is a Research Scientist in the scientific solutions group at Rosen Center for Advanced Computing. Her current research is on scientific data, computation, and workflow management in Grid computing systems. She has been investigating models, algorithms, and architectures for efficient, scalable scientific data storage, retrieval, provenance, and processing. Furthermore, she has been developing next generation middleware platform that supports the integration and sharing of heterogeneous data sets, as well as the composition of data-driven scientific workflows using service-oriented technologies. She is currently involved in several NSF funded projects including TeraGrid, C4E4, ISOMAP, and DRInet.