About DOE Fellow
Andrew De La Rosa is a graduate student at Florida International University studying Computer Engineering with specialization in network and cybersecurity. He graduated in the Fall of 2014 earning his bachelor’s degree in computer engineering. His concentrations were in integrated nano-technology, network security, and computer architecture. He was recently inducted into the Eta Kappa Nu honor society for his outstanding academic work. He plans to continue his education after his masters by pursuing a doctoral degree in electrical engineering. His current project ‘Malware Forensics on Mobile Devices for DOE-EM Applications’ is on analyzing the malware signatures from a mobile device and comparing them to the signatures from a desktop. From there, the process is analyzed and a comparison on whether a desktop malware can affect a mobile device will be determined. Andrew is now a cyber-intel analyst at Lockheed Martin, while finishing his master’s degree at FIU.