Jones Seminar: Technology at Work—A glimpse into my time at a law enforcement and national security agency

Wayne Chung, Chief Technology Officer, Federal Bureau of Investigations

Friday, April 19, 2019, 3:30–4:30pm

Rm. 100 (Spanos Auditorium), Cummings Hall

This talk will cover the importance and impact students in the STEM field can have in civil service to their country and the technical opportunities available in public service careers, specifically at the FBI.

About the Speaker

Wayne Chung is a PhD and MS alum of the Thayer School of Engineering, as well as, a dual degree engineering student from Bowdoin College. He is currently serving as the Chief Technology Officer of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Dr. Chung has spent the past 14 years on technology research and development for complex national security and public safety problems. Many of these challenges rival those found at high tech Silicon Valley firms; they may involve incredible volumes, velocity, and variety of data, challenging collections environments, and immediate deadlines – all while lives are at stake.

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