About Meet our team

About Cornell Hacking Club

We are a group dedicated to understanding, deconstructing, and ultimately breaking systems in order to advance computer and network security. Our goal is to create a space where Cornell students of all disciplines can gather to crack open complex networks, and create some of their own.

The most common definition of hacking is gaining unauthorized access to a computer. However, we prefer Paul Graham’s definition:

To programmers, “hacker” connotes mastery in the most literal sense: someone who can make a computer do what he wants—whether the computer wants to or not.

Our main focus is competing in global hacking competitions known as CTFs. We also work on hacking related software and hardware projects.

George Quinn
President

Joshua Kaplan
Vice President

Henry Samuelson
Treasurer

Matthew Schaeffer
Team Member

Chris Hansen
Team Member

Anthony DeArmas
Team Member

Quin Burke
Team Member

Evan King
Alumnus

Eyvind Niklasson
Alumnus

Sumner Hearth
Alumnus

Jimmy Cao
Alumnus

Athena Cheung
Alumnus

Jacob Glueck
Alumnus

Matt Lombana
Alumnus

Hunter Goldstein
Alumnus

Eric Pass
Alumnus

Ryan Slama
Alumnus

Daniel Weber
Alumnus

Cassandra Scarpa
Alumnus

Aditi Kabra
Alumnus

Matvey Soloviev
Alumnus

Caleb Koch
Alumnus

Alex Libman
Alumnus

Horace He
Alumnus

Ryan O'Hern
Alumnus

Sam Thomas
Alumnus

Yash Sahota
Alumnus

Tjaden Hess
Alumnus

Arjun Bhalla
Alumnus

Ethan Goolish
Alumnus

P.J. Finlay
Alumnus

Ryan Kannanaikal
Alumnus

Nicky Lim Jia Jun
Alumnus

Ben Sadov
Alumnus


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