Real-Time Global Batch Monitoring Dashboard
This JPMC Project guarantees a paid Summer 2018 internship to all students who are awarded a position on this team. Completing the Summer 2018 internship is required. If you have already secured an internship for Summer 2018, please do not apply for this project. Due to employment rules at JPMC, this project is only open to students who are U.S. Citizens.
From cybersecurity threats to application updates, IT production disruptions are actively monitored across JPMorgan’s 100+ software applications. Any break in service can disrupt consumers, business clients, loan originators, and other key functions of the JPMorgan portfolio. In an industry where minutes can equal millions of dollars, the presentation of easily-interpreted, critical information is a key priority for the professionals at JPMorgan who must react quickly and execute solutions 24/7.
To further improve service recovery speed and effort, the 2018 MDP student team will design, build, validate and commission the first version of Web-based user interface (GUI) and dashboard utility for the Wholesale Loan Global Operate team.
This group of 20+ professionals rely on timely, specific, personalized data to ensure the stability and availability of applications to our customers. Currently, much of the critical data requires significant manual intervention to both view and analyze. The development of a Real Time Batch Monitoring Dashboard will allow Operate and Senior Software Engineering Managers to monitor and know that all scheduled processes and interfaces are occurring without having to be burdened by excessive manual oversight.
The final design will monitor Batch in Real-Time with Dynamic Visualizations: a software tool to aggregate, filter and display dynamic visual representations of data that won’t require a manual “click” intervention such as refresh. The platform will also be accessible remotely, with a student-developed viewing dashboard on iOS.
Students who successfully match to this project team will be required to sign the following two documents in January 2018:
How to Apply
- Skill level All levels
- Students 5-7 Students
- Likely Majors A&D, BBA, CS, DATA, SI
- Course Substitutions Honors, A&D Elec, Data Science Capstone, EECS 498, SI, SI PEP
- IP & NDA Required? Yes
- Summer Opportunity Internship Guaranteed
General Programming (3-4 students)
General Programming, Object oriented programming, iOS programming
- Data Science
UI/UX Development (1-2 students)
High quality intuitive HCI with programming skills
- School of Information (UI/UX, Human Computer Interaction)
- IOE (Human Factors) – Note, this project does not meet IOE Capstone substitution requirements.
- Art & Design (Graphics)
Sponsor Mentor: William Angst
Sponsor Mentor: Dawn Ternes
Faculty Mentor: Michael Nebeling
Assistant Professor, School of Information
Michael Nebeling is an Assistant Professor in the School of Information, where he leads the Information Interaction Lab. He investigates new methods, tools and technologies that enable users to interact with information in more natural and powerful ways, and also make it easier for designers to create more usable and effective user interfaces. Before coming to Michigan, he was a Visiting Researcher in the Human-Computer Interaction Institute at Carnegie Mellon University, and a Senior Researcher and Lecturer in the Department of Computer Science at ETH Zurich.