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Research by Han Wang’s lab was featured
Research by Han Wang’s lab was featured
Research by the SAIL lab was featured
Ajitesh Srivastava was quoted as a member of a COVID-19 Scenario Modeling Hub that works on predictions about the spread of the pandemic
The SAIL Lab was mentioned for its collaboration with GDI to identify bias in movie scripts via development of Spellcheck for Bias
Shri Narayanan speaks to Dot.LA about the potential for AI to help democratize the music industry.
Ajitesh Srivastava is referenced as having created one of the COVID-19 forecasting models monitored by the CDC
Research by the SAIL Lab and the Geena Davis Institute on the representation of characters in films who have disabilities, was featured.
The rapid filling of a giant dam at the source of the world’s longest river could reduce the water supplies going to Egypt and increase tensions with Ethiopia, a new USC study finds.
Radhika Agrawal, a 2021 graduate with a degree in computer engineering and computer science, was interviewed for participating in the In-person ceremony.
Timothy Pinkston was interviewed by Adam M.A. Simpson, a PhD CEE candidate about his professional trajectory and the unique experiences of minoritized individuals in STEM
Spectrum News 1 featured Paul Bogdan on using algorithms to create COVID-19 vaccines and predict variants.
The Hill featured research by Gianluca Lazzi to develop a bionic eye.
Gizmodo featured research by Maryam Shanechi on using a machine learning model to predict how the brain will respond to deep brain stimulation.
Tony Levi was interviewed on the Biden administration’s attempts to address a semiconductor shortage.
Professor Bhaskar Krishnamachari was so much more than an instructor. He was more like a curator who helped me see the true value and depth of electrical engineering.
An explainer piece by Bhaskar Krishnamachari on wifi works was published.
A new USC -Amazon Center focused on trust and privacy was featured.
Computer model created by Paul Bogdan and colleagues eliminates 95% of the compounds that could have possibly treated SARS-CoV-2 and pinpoints the best options
Professor Jay Kuo won a 2020 Technology and Engineering Emmy Award for his work with Netflix on “Development of Perceptual Metrics for Video Encoding Optimization”
Chris Kyriakakis was interviewed about how to improve the acoustics of voice calls over the internet.
Timothy Pinkston was interviewed about his research, the future of network routing algorithms and architecture research, as well as the importance of diversity and inclusion to the future of computing.
The SAIL Lab’s work on media informatics and the content of movies was featured
Roboticist and Viterbi alumnus named next dean of OSU’s College of Engineering
ABC News San Diego quoted Essam Heggy regarding the use of goats to help clear brush and prevent wildfires.
Andrea Armani was interviewed about helping first-year students navigate college during the pandemic.
Wael Abd-Almageed was quoted on the viability of this technology to detect deepfakes
Wael Abd-Almageed was interviewed about his team’s efforts to create deepfakes.
Growing up, my dad always let me pursue my constantly changing interests – everything from English to history, to art and politics. He always told me that studying engineering would give me a good basis to do whatever it was I desired in the future.
Randi Burley’s path to engineering has been anything but traditional.
USC Researchers and faculty presented on how digital technologies– mobile applications, internet of things, data science, AI, and machine learning can play a role in understanding, monitoring and combatting COVID-19.
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The Media Communications Lab at the University of Southern California’s Viterbi School of Engineering has graduated an astonishing 150 Ph.D. students.
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Spellcheck for Bias, a collaboration between the Institute and USC’s Viterbi, analyzes scripts, manuscripts and advertising briefs to create a breakdown of characters and dialogue by gender, race, LGBTQIA identity and disability.
Tool will be deployed to support increased authentic Latinx onscreen representation and casting opportunities during the early stages of the development process
He was recognized for his contributions to interconnection network routing algorithms and architectures, and leadership in expanding computing research.
Daniel Lidar was quoted in an article on the state of quantum computing.
Daniel Lidar (and his daughter Nina) provide a unique explainer on quantum computing.
With 140 student presenters, 35 companies, and 17 elite industry sponsors, this year’s festival was the department’s biggest and most successful ever.
Fresh from its historic win last year when they brought home the trophy for National Chapter of The Year, the USC chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers, or NSBE, continues to rake awards and solidify its place as one of the best student-run organizations in the nation
Neil Siegel and Gianluca Lazzi are 2 of 168 individuals worldwide named National Academy of Inventors Fellows
Research by the SAIL lab using AI to detect music’s effects on our brains and emotions, was featured.
Thanks to collaborative work between Prof. Shri Narayanan and the Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media, on-screen gender parity in children’s television has been achieved!
Am I crazy? Nah. Am I smart? Nah. What I am is a hard worker who learned these values from my immigrant parents and from growing up in the streets of LA.
USC Viterbi School of Engineering’s 2019 Ph.D. Hooding and Awards ceremony
Christopher Kyriakakis was interviewed about a new sound therapy device.
Research by Essam Heggy and Abotalib Z. Abotalib was mentioned about the presence of water on Mars.
Daniel Lidar was quoted on quantum technology.
Maryam Shanechi and colleagues are decoding mood and finding ways of stimulating the brain to treat depression.
Research by Alice Parker to develop synthetic replications of part of the human brain was mentioned
A Q&A with Shri Narayanan was published on how artificial intelligence can be used to train forensic interviewers to unlock trauma.
Research by Shri Narayanan on an artificial intelligence program that predicts relationship health based on speech patterns was mentioned
Method has the potential to solve some of society’s biggest challenges
Daniel Lidar was quoted on quantum computing.
Shri Narayanan works on better decoding human signals so we can learn from ourselves.
Francisco Valero-Cuevas was awarded an honorary degree from his alma mater, Swarthmore College for his scientific contributions. He spoke at Swarthmore’s commencement ceremony on May 27, 2018
Ph.D. on 5/10 at 9am PDT, Undergraduate on 5/11 at 11am PDT, Graduate on 5/11 at 3pm PDT, Computer Science Graduate on 5/11 at 6:30pm PDT
Research by Daniel Lidar applying quantum computing to a physics problem for the first time was featured.
Viterbi and Hsieh selected for demonstrating a spirit of innovation in creating or facilitating inventions that have made a tangible impact on quality of life, economic development, and welfare of society
Students from across the department shared their work with colleagues, faculty, and industry affiliates in a day-long event celebrating EE Research
Professor Jovanovic was recognized for profound contributions to stability and flow control, and the application of control-theoretic and optimization techniques to the analysis of wall-bounded shear flows, drag reduction, and viscoelastic fluids.
Chris Kyriakakis was quoted on how recorded music changes once it leaves the studio
The LA Times highlighted the SAIL lab and a study on diversity and stereotypes in movie dialogues
USC selected to lead quantum computing team which will include CalTech, Harvard, Berkeley MIT, University College London, Saarland University, University of Waterloo, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Lockheed Martin, Northrup Grumman, NASA Ames Research Center and Texas A&M
Research by Theodora Chaspari with colleagues in the SAIL lab and USC Dornsife was highlighted
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A tool co-developed by Shri Narayanan with Google and GDI to analyze representation in film was featured.
Shri Narayanan’s research, which focuses on developing software that can detect therapist empathy as a tool for training, was featured.
Daniel Lidar was quoted about quantum computing advances.