Mines ACM members in a group photo before the Fall 2018 ICPC Regionals.

Mines ACM Student Chapter

The Mines ACM Student Chapter is the local chapter of the Association for Computing Machinery at the Colorado School of Mines. As a Mozilla Open Source Club, we work on open source projects that target local problems and apply to a global issue. Our club finds recognized professionals from industry for tech talks to educate our members. We are a diverse group of students that when united can solve many computing problems.

Join our ACM Chapter!

To join our ACM chapter, simply show up to our meetings. Newcomers are welcome to all meetings.

You should subscribe to our mailing list to stay up to date with our latest happenings.

We also recommend our members purchase a student membership with ACM, although this is not a requirement for membership in our club.

Upcoming Meetings

  • Using Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) for Detecting Threats in Network Traffic Presentation by Rich Welch. – This talk will look at using deep packet inspection (DPI) to identify network traffic as well as look for threats within that traffic. We'll look at examples of both standard enterprise protocols and industrial protocols. In each case, we'll discuss an identification strategy, how to best model this traffic for threat analysis, and finally strategies for analyzing the traffic.
    Date: Tuesday, 27 October 2020 at 18:00
    Location: https://mines.zoom.us/j/97757666624?pwd=cGJ1U0hIQUF6QXFKR0VkV1pDSEtldz09