Notre Dame Mobile Summit 2012


Location: Jordan Auditorium, Mendoza College of Business

Feel free to attend one or all of the sessions as your schedule allows. Don’t skip class just for us.

9:30 – 10:00 a.m. Atrium, Mendoza College of Business

Networking (refreshments provided)

Enjoy light refreshments while talking with other mobile-interested people from around campus.

10:00 – 11:00 a.m. Jordan Auditorium, Mendoza College of Business


Hear from faculty members, a student and a staff member about why mobile is critical to the future of Notre Dame.

  • Preeminent Research ON Mobile through Pervasive Education, Research, and Operations WITH MobileJ. Nicholas Laneman
    Founding Director, Wireless Institute and Associate Professor, Electrical Engineering
  • A Student PerspectiveYiting Zheng
    Director of the Department of Campus Technology – Student Government
  • Being Part of the Mobile RevolutionChristian Poellabauer
    Associate Professor, Computer Science and Engineering
  • Oh, the Mobile You’ll Know!Chas Grundy
    Notre Dame Family and Digital Strategist, Department of Development

11:00 – 11:45 a.m. Jordan Auditorium, Mendoza College of Business

Mobile Today at Notre Dame and Other Universities

Discover how higher education and Notre Dame are already using mobile in some unexpected ways.

Mobile in Higher Education and at Notre Dame
Paul Turner, Manager Academic Technologies, Office of Information Technologies
Erik Runyon, Manager of Interactive Development, Marketing Communications: Web Group

11:45 a.m. – 12:15 p.m. Jordan Auditorium, Mendoza College of Business

Strategic Planning for Mobile

Venture capitalist Tim Connors (’89) will talk about the value of mobile strategy.
Creating a Mobile StrategyTim Connors, ND ’89, Founder and Managing Partner, PivotNorth Capital

12:15 – 1:00 p.m. Atrium, Mendoza College of Business

Lunch Provided (please register)

A delicious lunch shared with fascinating people from around campus.

1:00 – 2:00 p.m. Multiple Classrooms, Mendoza College of Business

Lightning Sessions

Choose one of the following tracks and experience rapid-fire presentations and demonstrations about mobile.

Mobile Devices and Apps I Use (158 Mendoza College of Business)

  • ARIS: A new take on location-based gamingCatherine Kromkowski
    ND Student
  • Undergraduate Admissions – iPad InitiativeJoyce L. Lantz
    Director of Communications, Office of Undergraduate Admissions
  • Thinking Inside the BoxSharif Nijim
    Lead Architecture Professional
  • Mobile Planning: Putting Your Audience FirstJosh Stowe
    Web Content and Social Media, Notre Dame Alumni Association
  • Mobile Productivity for the IT GuyMatt Willmore
    IT Support Engineer, Arts & Letters Computing
  • iOS and the Ultra-Mobile OfficeJulian Velasco
    Associate Professor of Law

Delivering Content and Services to Mobile Devices (160 Mendoza College of Business)

  • What Does it Taste Like?: Creating and Publishing an AppTracy B. Grimm
    Archivist/Librarian, Julian Samora Library at the Institute for Latino Studies
  • iPad and the Future of the HumanitiesElliott Visconsi
    Associate Professor of English & Concurrent Associate Professor of Law
  • Hesburgh Library’s Mobile App: The Move From Outsourcing To In-HousingRobin Schaaf
    Senior Applications Developer, Hesburgh Libraries
  • Dynamic Delivery MediumsJohn Slaughter
    Sr. IT Professional, Engineering & Science Computing
  • Close And Distant Reading On Mobile DevicesEric Lease Morgan
    Digital Projects Librarian
  • Student Schedules and Grades through SGHE MobilePat Miller
    Associate Director, Enterprise Systems
  • The Classroom Available to Anyone AnywhereFrank Mark
    Video Conferencing Systems Engineer, McobIT College of Business

Developing for Mobile (162 Mendoza College of Business)

  • Beginning iPhone DevelopmentThomas Klimek
    Manager Network Design
  • Development of the Shakespeare iPad AppMarkus Krusche
    Assistant Manager/Research Programmer, Center for Research Computing (CRC)
  • Cross platform mobile development using Lua and the Corona SDKChris Frederick
    Lead Business Intelligence Specialist
  • Mobile App Development Security Basics: Top 10 Risks and ControlsDavid Seidl
    Director of Information Security
  • Responsive Web DesignErik Runyon
    Manager of Interactive Development, Marketing Communications: Web Group
  • App Development: Legal and Policy ConsiderationsTimothy J. Flanagan
    Associate General Counsel
  • Leveraging Modernizr and Media Queries: Scripts and Styles by Device Using the Same MarkupJay Rizzi
    Data Analyst/Web Developer

2:15 – 3:00 p.m. Multiple Classrooms, Mendoza College of Business

Brainstorming Notre Dame’s Future

Share your ideas for what’s next in mobile at Notre Dame in this dynamic, interactive brainstorm session.

3:15 – 4:00 p.m. Jordan Auditorium, Mendoza College of Business

Shaping the Future

Hear a wrap-up of the day’s events, and be on the leading edge as Notre Dame begins work on a mobile strategy for campus.

Reports from Brainstorming SessionsChas Grundy, Don Schindler, Jim Small, Christopher Sweet, Charles Vardeman, Yiting Zheng
The University of Notre Dame Mobile Summit 2012 and the Road ForwardRon Kraemer, Vice President and Chief Information Officer