Purdue University College of Technology at New Albany 3000 Technology Avenue
New Albany, Indiana 47150-6405
Terrence P. O’Connor has taught courses in electronic communications, electromagnetism, digital electronics and embedded microcontrollers at the New Albany statewide location where he served since 1992. His research is focused on cell phone forensics, specializing in the analyzing of call detail records and presentation of this evidence in court. The applied research of cell phone forensics has brought him to work for defense and prosecuting attorneys in criminal cases across the country. He earned a B.S. in Electrical Engineering Technology from Northern Arizona University and a M.S. in Engineering Technology from West Texas State University, additionally he has earned approximately 50 graduate and undergraduate credits.