The Department of Physics, Computer Science and Engineering had the pleasure of welcoming CNU alumni Michael McFarlane, James Klingenberg, and Curtis Thomas from the Electronic Device Analysis Unit of the FBI, to present at Pizza My Mind on February 24th.
The mission of the FBI is to protect the American people and uphold the Constitution of the United States of America. In order to uphold those missions, the FBI has a wide variety of technology positions to assist in conducting investigations. These technology experts must be comfortable with software engineering and be able to build things up and tear them apart.
Members of the electronic device unit are challenged daily to reverse engineer a variety of electronic devices, including but not limited to cars and cell phones. Using their analysis of those devices, they must then design creative solutions to solve complex problems. Their work has made a big impact on cases such as the Boston Marathon Bombing and the Pulse Nightclub attack.
The FBI has open positions right now for graduating seniors. Students interested in an internship can apply for their Honors Internship Program in August. Anyone looking to work for the FBI as an intern or after graduation should apply at www.fbijobs.gov.
Thank you to Michael McFarlane, James Klingenberg, and Curtis Thomas for the informative and unique presentation on technology at the FBI.