Contact the officers for the Club’s update-to-date information and activities.

Eben Wauer | President |

Eben is a junior at FSU majoring in management info systems with a minor in computer science. He has just recently transferred to FSU from NVCC where we graduated Summa Cum Lauda with a B.S. associate degree in Business Administration. He is certified in ITIL V4 foundations and is a AWS solution architect associate. Eben is now working to finish his Comp TIA Security + certification, and progress toward the AWS solution architect professional. His goal is to become an AWS security engineer. Eben is currently working as a business analyst intern at CACI International.

Thum Rangsiyawaranon | Vice President |

Thum’s introduction is coming soon.

Preston Byk | Treasurer |

Preston Byk is junior Computer Science major who is pursuing a career in cyber security. With experience in c, c++, html, css, JavaScript, and mips Preston enjoys programming. Outside of Computer science he actively enjoys black and white photography.

Gavin McDavitt | Webmaster |

Gavin McDavitt is a Sophomore Computer Science major. He is currently studying and preparing for the Computer Associate Programmer Certification in C++. He hopes to work in Software Engineering in the fields of Finance or Gaming. When he has time, Mr. McDavitt loves to build computers. Gavin’s career goals insist on starting his own IT consulting firm after Florida State University. Gavin is also an assistant wrestling coach at Leon High School.


Jack Brower | Secretary |

Jack’s introduction is coming soon.


Dr. Shuyuan Metcalfe | Faculty Advisor | discord: @smho

Dr. Metcalfe is a faculty member at Florida State University College of Communication and Information.  She conducts research in trusted human-computer interactions, active cyber defense, cyber forensics, specifically involving the issues of cyber insider threats, deepfake, image manipulation, and automated detection of computer-mediated deception. Her patent on the systems and methods for detecting deception in computer-mediated communications” approved by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).  She designs interactive systems as an experiment protocol for investigating human deception and betrayal in virtual organizations. She also designs active cyber defense exercises in simulated environment that provide interactive opportunities for students to respond to incidents. Dr. Metcalfe founded the iSensor Analytics Lab in 2010, a virtual space to conduct research experiments revolving around human factors in cyberspace.  She teaches doctoral seminars in information science and information systems research in organization and society, and courses in cybersecurity (intro, advanced and organizational information security) at the School of Information. She has encompassed over 20 years of professional experience in the field of cybersecurity.