Milan Budhathoki

Milan Budhathoki

GIS Specialist

  • Center for Research Computing (CRC)
  • 211 Geospatial Analysis Laboratory
  • Innovation Park
  • Drop-In Hours: 131 Hesburgh Library (CDS) Mon, Tues and Fri from 3-5 pm
  • phone: 574-217-4007
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Milan Budhathoki brings geospatial skills to the Notre Dame community in research, consulting and teaching. He is specialized in GIS analysis, spatial data management, web GIS and server applications, and remotely sensed data processing. Prior to joining the CRC, he worked for local/state government and academic research in Massachusetts. He implemented a number of innovative GIS projects for the Town of Brookline, including an interactive map gallery to showcase the town’s geo-physical and demographic information to public, and also provided GIS training to town’s staff to support better decision-making in citizen services. During summer/fall of 2011, Milan enjoyed working for MassDEP (Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection), where he performed QA/QC of environmental data, delineated wetlands, and built a geodatabase for a site remediation monitoring plan.

Milan has also worked as a research assistant to professors in diverse projects at Salem State University, MA, where he graduated summa cum laude with a Master’s degree in Geo-Information Science. Some highlighted projects with which he was involved include: studying the local food landscape in Massachusetts, in which he analyzed the spatial pattern and distribution network of CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) and CSF (Community Supported Fishery), and developing an interactive map of voting trends in the City of Lowell. Milan also holds a Master’s degree in Environmental Science from Pokhara University, Nepal, and experience working for an environmental consulting firm in Nepal.

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Rumana Reaz Arifin

Rumana Reaz Arifin

PhD Student & GIS Support

  • Center for Research Computing (CRC)
  • Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering and Earth Sciences (CEEES)
  • 125 Cushing Hall of Engineering
  • Drop-In Hours: 131 Hesburgh Library (CDS) Mon, Tues and Fri from 1-3 pm
  • email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Rumana Reaz Arifin has been providing GIS support for the Notre Dame community through the Center for Research Computing (CRC) since 2011. She is a graduate student at Notre Dame, pursuing her PhD in Environmental Engineering. She has an independent Masters degree in GIS from the University of Texas at Dallas. She is equipped with knowledge and expertise for using GIS applications within multi-disciplinary environments, specializing in spatial analysis (geo-processing) of GIS data, spatial statistical tools (including R, SPSS, etc.), data formatting, analyzing satellite imagery and LiDAR data. To date, she has contributed through her GIS skills to the Malaria Transmission Consortium (MTC), Agent-Based Malaria Modeling and Simulation project, the VecNet project, and Lake Ontario Thermal Stratification Simulation project.

GAL is co-located with the ECI team at Innovation Park, Suite 211.


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