The Box Jelly

The Box Jelly

“We picked the name for a few reasons. The first being we wanted to use a local animal. Our original concept was to have pop-up work spaces. The Box Jellyfish come to the islands after the full moon stay for a few days and then go back into the ocean much like our spaces were designed to do. Since then we have changed our business model.The name is also a play on words. A Jelly is a work get together. These were the origins of coworking so by definition we are a Jelly in a Box.” (Read the whole profile)

Tech Hui

Tech Hui

“TechHui was created because we noticed that many great techies and technical organizations in Hawaii were unaware of each other. The site is intended to provide visibility into all the interesting technical people, projects and organizations in Hawaii. It functions as a place where everyone from students to seasoned professionals can ask questions about subjects such as Hawaii tech jobs, education and meetups. Its been very gratifying to hear from returning kamaʻaina that they found a job that let them return home on TechHui.” (Read the whole profile)

ICS Grey Hats

ICS Grey Hats

“The Grey Hats is a Registered Independent Organization at the University of Hawai’i at Manoa, and fosters education in the fields of Information Assurance, Network Management, Cyber Security, and Security Ethics. Hosted by the Department of Information and Computer Sciences, the group provides students a venue for networking with industry and government, performing community outreach, and for practical application of security skills in a supportive environment.” (Read the whole profile)

ACM Student Chapter

ACM Student Chapter

"This ACM chapter will be different from others in that it invites students outside of the computing profession (such as biologists, artists, electric engineers, astronomers) to work together with computer science students to solve real world problems using computer technology (and have fun doing it). For example teams will be formed to develop applications taking advantage of emerging technologies such as Google Glass or 3D printers." (Read the whole profile)

ICS Community Lunch

ICS Community Lunch

“Building our ohana, one pizza slice at a time. Started in Spring semester of 2011, the ICS Community Lunch is a grass-roots effort by faculty and students to create a weekly informal gathering outside of class and research labs for all interested ICS community members.” (Read the whole profile)