Si2 hosts several student groups.
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Bill Mahoney
Join NULLify and hone your hacking skills! NULLify is UNO’s student-led computer security group. They meet every Monday at 7 pm in either STEAL lab 1 or STEAL LAB 2 located in the Peter Kiewit Institute, room 361 or 350.
The purpose of this organization is to provide a place for members of the community to come together and discuss information security topics, learn skills that employers require of information security professionals, as well as to prepare for Capture the Flag (CTF) information security competitions.
Established in 2011 NULLify has competed in numerous CTFs ranging from international competitions to locally hosted (UNO-based) competitions. Competitions utilize skills such as programming, vulnerability discovery, exploitation, reverse engineering, social engineering and so forth.
NULLify has had the great fortune of being invited to numerous final round competitions in the past, including trips to Polytechnic Institute of New York University and Iowa State University.
NULLify also performs community outreach to local area residents. This is performed by giving talks at the International Cyber Defense Workshop (ICDW), UNO's Academy of Excellence, The Peter Kiewit Institutes college workshop, and to NEbraskaCERT.
Maverick Club for Bioinformatics
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Mark Pauley
UNO’s Bioinformatics students, or those interested in bioinformatics, can join the Maverick Club for Bioinformatics (MCBI).
Meetings are held on third Wednesday of the month. We will hold our meetings at the Peter Kiewit Insitute. We will have speakers, social events, and other information for anyone interested in or pursuing bioinformatics. Please add yourself as a member to get more upcoming information.
The Maverick Club for Bioinformatics is a club for students, alumni, and other Omaha area students interested in bioinformatics. Our goal is to promote fellowship among students, increase knowledge of bioinformatics in the community, and form an alliance with other universities with bioinformatics programs.
The Information Technology Innovation Group (IT Inc.) is looking for members! Meetings are held every month and feature guest speakers, interactive and educational activities and free food!
The purpose of this organization is to create an environment of growth and learning through competitions, guest speakers, and conferences as well as social interactions among Informational Technology Innovation majors and other interested parties.
We meet every first and third Friday of the month at 1:00 pm in PKI room 269.
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