"I build things that find out how best to use and save drinking water, and share the good ideas
through pictures and numbers with people who decide stuff." -- http://splasho.com/upgoer5/
Bradley's focus is on the design, implementation, and application of information systems that characterize
residential water use and the efficacy of conservation programs, and discovering and sharing those insights
with decision-makers through web-based visual analytics and data. Bradley is the architect and principal implementer
of the H2OSAV system.
Current research questions include:
Bradley's technical experience spans a broad range of areas including data management, business intelligence,
data visualization, data warehousing, telecommunications, IP and broadband networking, Unix system administration,
and application/system development. Previous roles in the private sector include Vice President of Engineering for Cox Communications,
Bioinformatics Lead for Curagen/UF, and Unix/networking consultant. He is a fisherman, backpacker, mariner, and pilot.