Developed By

UCLA

University of California, Los Angeles

Rose Rocchio

Rose Rocchio

Project Lead

Office of Information Technology

Director of the UCLA Office of Information Technology (OIT) Education & Collaboration Technology Group (ECTG), Rose handles governance and administrative functions related to the MWF project. She has steered the MWF through its growth from UCLA into the broader mobile IT space. As chair of the UC Mobile Collaboration Group (MCG), she also oversees the broader collaborative initiative and has guided the UC mobile strategy, authoring the UC Mobile Computing white paper submitted to the UC Collaboration Technology Group (CTG), a subcommittee of the UC Information Technology Leadership Council (ITLC).


Eric Bollens

Eric Bollens

Technical Lead

Office of Information Technology

A member of the UCLA Office of Information Technology (OIT) Education & Collaboration Technology Architecture Group (ECTAG), Eric oversees the technical strategy and implementation of the Mobile Web Framework. Chiefly responsible for its architecture, he coordinates its distributed developer community and maintains its roadmap, development lifecycle and release versions. He prototyped the initial framework offering at UCLA, and then made the technological changes necessary to transition it into a multi-institutional project. He has developed much of the MWF core, including the device telemetry stack, the dynamic CSS/JS handlers, and many of its entities, libraries and other assets. At UCLA, he is also responsible for the production release of UCLA Mobile, and has developed modules including the directory, newsroom, Welcome Week and MWF Conference application.


Ed Sakabu

Ed Sakabu

Infrastructure Lead

Office of Information Technology

Manager of the the UCLA Office of Information Technology (OIT) Education & Collaboration Technology Architecture Group (ECTAG), Ed manages the systems infrastructure for UCLA Mobile, as well as providing infrastructure guidance to other institutions deploying the framework. As manager of the ECTAG, he also steers the group's priorities, ensuring that framework releases, growth of the UCLA Mobile offering and other development projects all arrive in a thorough and timely manner.


Nate Emerson

Nate Emerson

Framework Contributor

Office of Information Technology

As a member of the Education & Collaboration Technology Architecture Group (ECTAG), Nate Emerson is a contributor to the UCLA MWF and transitioning into the role of development lead for UCLA Mobile, UCLA's institutional copy of the framework. Nate is heavily involved with the distributed developer community surrounding the MWF and aides in code review and management of the Github repository, as well as writing documentation and developing modules for the Framework. Nate is currently involved in writing several educational applications built on the MWF including the Audience Response System and a managed Glossary tool.


Zorayr Khalapyan

Zorayr Khalapyan

Framework Contributor

Office of Information Technology

Part of the Education & Collaboration Technology Architecture Group (ECTAG), Zorayr is the resident native apps specialist, working predominately on the MWF strategy and implementation of a native container. As part of this role, he is also engaged in a long-term project with the Center for Embedded Networked Sensing working on cross-platform native application powered by the MWF. Beyond implementation of MWF in a native container environment, Zorayr also developed the new Geo-Tour, and he is part of the team working on the Audience Response System project.


Mike Takahashi

Mike Takahashi

Framework Contributor

UCLA Communications

Engaged with UCLA Mobile through his role in UCLA Marketing and Special Events, Mike has contributed to the identity and styles of UCLA Mobile, many of which have been contributed directly into the MWF.


Joseph Maddela

Joseph Maddela

Framework Contributor

UCLA Communications

Joseph is part of the UCLA Marketing and Special Events team that developed the mobile and desktop university events calendar "UCLA Happenings". He has also leveraged the MWF for UCLA Bruin Day and looks to continue converting its other web properties to be mobile friendly. As one of the initial partners of the UCLA Mobile effort, he contributed directly to the technical implementation of its CSS styles, much of which still serves as the base styles for the MWF.



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