NOTE: FCM 801, Applied Cryptography, is now available for registration without permission of director. This course will count as a Forensic and Security Elective toward degree requirements unless you previously took FCM 740 with Professor Bakiras.
Congratulations to D4CS Professor Bilal Khan who has won an NSF grant that explores social networks through
cellphone links. Check it out here:
Paid Corporate Internships. Several private firms have offered to explore internships with D4CS students. These positions are normally paid internships. They can sometimes be used for capstone fieldwork; however, you are also free to obtain them on your own before you pass the QUE. If you are interested, contact Professor Lovely.
Manhattan DA's office. We have a good chance of placing an intern with the Manhattan DA's cybercrime lab for Spring 2014 but you need to start the application process early.
Capstone Fieldwork. If you are due for your capstone fieldwork contact Professor Lovely to discuss possible arrangements for Spring 2014 internships. Students must have passed the qualifying examination to be eligible to use FCM 780 for their Capstone Experience degree requirement. Registration is handled as an independent study and must be completed by the end of the second week of classes.