Created Linux device driver and complete client/server based application set in C and Perl to configure, test and operate prototype string of digital sensors deployed at the South Pole. The resulting prototype became the baseline for the technical design used subsequently in the much larger IceCube Project.
Created a system for collecting data from the AMANDA detector and shipping data via TDRSS satellite to northern hemisphere. System was used for nearly ten years.
Used a massively-parallel Cray supercomputer at NERSC to reduce a multi-terabyte data set down to a sample of events enriched in neutrinos, resulting in the discovery of the first gold-plated neutrino events discovered by the AMANDA detector.