The Capture the Flag competition at this year’s Winter Wonderhack, held the weekend of February 21-23, was incredibly successful, with a total of 35 students competing on 15 different teams. The three top teams finished with 100% completion after 10+ hours of hard work, and the fourth place team was close behind with only two . . .
In conjunction with the 36-hour Winter WonderHack, February 21-23, 2020, on Michigan Tech’s campus, the Michigan Tech RedTeam is running a Capture the Flag cybersecurity competition. The competition is designed to appeal to both beginners and the more experienced competitors. Everyone is welcome, especially undergraduates. Free swag and prizes will be awarded. Register at winterwonderhack.com. . . .
Also part of the Winter WonderHack, the Michigan Tech RedTeam is running a Capture the Flag cybersecurity competition. The competition is designed to appeal to both beginners and the more experienced competitors. Everyone is welcome, especially undergraduates. About the Winter WonderHack WHAT DO I DO? Whatever you can dream up! A hackathon; A makeathon; an . . .
RedTeam@MTU, one of Michigan Tech’s National Cyber League (NCL) teams, placed 8th out of 689 teams in the recent NCL Fall 2019 cyber competition team game. The team consists of seven College of Computing undergraduate and graduate students: Alexander Larkin, John Claassen, Jack Bergman, Jon Preuth, Trevor Hornsby, Shane Hoppe, and Matthew Chau. In addition, two RedTeam@MTU . . .
States bound: SnowBots qualify for state championship from The Daily Mining Gazette, December 6, 2019 The SnowBots Middle School Robotics teams reached a first-ever milestone at the Pellston regional FIRST Tech Challenge qualifier on Nov 23rd. All three teams, identified by the colors Blue, Red, and Silver, have now qualified to compete at the state . . .