Cloud Solutions Engineer
UMCES Cambridge Office
Kevin supports the Chesapeake Center for Collaborative Computing (C4) cloud infrastructure at the Chesapeake Bay Program (CBP) and real-time control systems for the oyster hatchery at the Horn Point Laboratory. He is the primary system administrator and security coordinator of the infrastructure hosting CBP public web sites deployed using AWS Elastic Beanstalk, working in close collaboration with developers. Peripheral to his main C4 duties, he has enjoyed providing some R Shiny support for the CBP modeling team. Kevin joined UMCES in July 2017 after over two decades as lead scientific programmer (Fortran, C++, Lua, etc.) and web application developer (ASP.NET, C# code-behind, HTML, CSS, Bootstrap, etc.) for the electrical and mechanical design engineering and marketing teams at a microwave filter company. He is a lifelong resident of Cambridge, Maryland, with a degree in computer engineering from Bucknell University.