SDSS @ JHU People
The SDSS project at Johns Hopkins University has been a team effort consisting of many talented people working together. This is an incomplete list, grouped by the role that each person played in bringing SDSS to life.
The colors of the dots next to the names indicate how each person fits into JHU.
Design and Development
The people in this list set the vision for SDSS at JHU, and guided the development of that vision into what the SDSS project is today.Alex Szalay
Jim Gray (Microsoft Research)
Data from the SDSS has revolutionized many fields of science; the people in this list worked to make these discoveries. The list is sorted by scientific field and project.
The SDSS team at JHU has developed many web-based tools that have been used by scientists and educators all over the world. The people in this list helped to develop these tools. The list is sorted by project.
Catalog Archive Server databases
Image Cutout Service
Hierarchical Triangular Mesh (HTM)
Education and Citizen Science
The SDSS team at JHU has worked to bring access to rich scientific datasets not only to professional astronomers and computer scientists, but also to students, teachers, and the public. The people in this list helped make this equal access possible. The list is sorted by project.
The SDSS project at JHU has required complex data and computer resource management strategies. The people in this list provided the expertise to manage the required computer systems.Jan vandenBerg
The SDSS project at JHU has required complex tracking of time and money requirements. The people on this list have made that tracking possible.Margie Gier