March for Science Hawaii
I helped lead the organization of the Hawaii March for Science, held on April 22, 2017.
A professional portfolio framework for technology students and professionals.
A social network, degree planner, and community engagement platform for computer science students.
A responsive, reactive visitor scheduling system developed for Oahu Community Correctional Center (OCCC) as part of the 2016 Hawaii Annual Code Challenge (HACC).
Provides a portal to the professional portfolios of ICS students, faculty, and alumni.
A framework for educational websites based on Modules, Outcomes, Readings, Experiences, and Assessments.
Provides undergraduates with detailed information about the ICS curriculum and facilitates review of material later in their degree experience.
Open Power Quality
Open source hardware, software, and data for low cost, crowd-sourced power quality monitoring, storage, and analysis.
Explores how information technology, serious games, and educational pedagogy can support long-term change in sustainability-related behaviors.
Open source service for collection, storage, analysis, and visualization of energy data.
An open source “serious game engine for sustainability”. Makahiki provides a framework for behavioral change regarding energy, water, food, and waste generation and use.
An open source framework for collection, analysis, visualization, interpretation, annotation, and dissemination of software development process and product data.