Budgeting Program for Local Science Institute

An application is needed for a local company that creates clinical trials and treatments using recent scientific discoveries. The company is funded by multiple state universities along with other private and public partnerships. Currently, this company uses Excel spreadsheets to track their budget and disbursement of funds.

The goal of this application is to give them a web based system to track the information they have each year. Previous work on this project has included building a database with Oracle and creating a front side user interface application on Microsoft Visual Studio utilizing ASP.NET MVC with AJAX and Razor views. All of the pages have been updated to include functional, interactive tables. Pages for calculation details showing how funds are disbursed for payments still need to be created, as well as a history page to allow the company to view past record updates.

Project Student: David Hahn

Local Not-For-Profit Logical Network Map

A local not-for-profit needed a Logical Map of their entire network, since the Physical was already completed. The logical network included the names of the desktop computers, as well as which network they were connected to. These were based on the IYG assets that were in an Excel document, then grouped based on different categories from a Word document. Some of the categories were: Operating System, Type of BIOS, Model Number, and IP address. Lucidchart was used to document the network based on this categorization of assets.

Project Team Members: Clay Hampton, Randall Huber