Computing Machinery Faces an Urgent Scarcity
USC Viterbi professor leads panel at international conferences for computer scientists and engineers
USC Viterbi professor leads panel at international conferences for computer scientists and engineers
Researchers’ “skeleton key” can unlock a brain.
Center to support novel approaches to trust-centric machine learning and AI innovation
The discovery has great implications for treating paralyzed, Parkinson’s patients.
A team of USC master’s students creates a disinfection robot to use on COVID-19 prevention.
USC Viterbi student club gives students confidence, networking opportunities, mentors and even job connections.
The USC Trustee and Namesake of the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department Was Honored for Several Contributions
Professors Keith Chugg, Jay Kuo and Gerald Loeb join this year’s list of 175 distinguished academic inventors
The more sensitive measurement tools are, the more information physicists can extract from quantum particles, such as photons.
Program will draw on decades of quantum computing expertise
New Tool Offers Means to Phenotype Patients
USC Viterbi researchers are using AI as a tool identify violent, substance-abuse and sexual content in movie scripts before a single scene is shot
New machine learning algorithm could discover novel neural patterns and enhance brain-machine interfaces
Professor Joshua Yang creates novel devices for brain-like computers using the least amount of energy and physical space possible
USC Viterbi data scientists helping decision-makers see beyond the fog of data to provide better pandemic forecasts and save lives
Bhaskar Krishnamachari shares how to visualize COVID risk over time for different communities using real data from L.A. County to illustrate the approach.
One of Only 53 in the U.S. to receive such an award, she will use the $2.4M grant for a better understanding of the brain
Alice Parker, co-author of Women in Microelectronics (2020), answers questions about her journey as an “unconventional” engineer incorporating neuroscience in her work.
Findings Published In Scientific Reports Employs New Methods And Tools For Decoding How Cognition, Creativity And Even Disease Evolve In The Brain
The 4th annual Sustain-A-Thon saw 57 students propose solutions for making the planet more livable and sustainable.
Both lecture series launch the week after Labor Day, offering students a comprehensive faculty coverage of COVID-19 and a series on sustainable energy with Dean Yortsos
New tool might aid the adoption of technologies such as autonomous vehicles
New USC Viterbi series captures the stories of Black faculty, students and academic leaders.
Recent data science challenge, hosted by the city, identifies a new, color-coded metric for individual risk.
USC Viterbi Innovation May Change Our Understanding of How Light Propagates.
Qinyi Luo and Youwei Zhuo Join 224 Other Students From Across the Globe
Qihong Wang, B.S. EE ’19, donated essential masks to USC Viterbi researchers, allowing them to continue pursuing their work during the pandemic.
USC Viterbi Researchers Answer Questions About Their Unique Modeling Tool and Share Advice for Future Forecasters.
Over 100 students have been aided by USC Viterbi’s Emergency Relief Fund; Ming Hsieh, alumnus and university trustee, offers an additional $50K match to donors
Memory device, developed by USC Viterbi researchers, shows record performance
A close friend of the late Grant Imahara, ’93, who cohosted the Discovery Channel’s popular science show “MythBusters,” wants to raise money to create The Grant Imahara Memorial Study Lounge.
New observations could challenge previous theories of how the Moon was formed
New USC Viterbi research models complex, real-world outcomes, including coronavirus and Alzheimer’s disease
USC Viterbi researchers are helping us understand what COVID-19 might do next.
Motivated to engineer a better world for all humanity, USC Viterbi celebrates graduates who have pursued academic excellence and impacted their communities.
Two Electrical and Computer Engineers Win ONR Grant on Science of AI to Bring Systems and AI Closer Together
Electrical and Computer Engineering Masters Students Expose A Glaring Vulnerability
How USC Viterbi’s interdisciplinary research helped get this beatboxer an engineering degree.
Three Electrical and Computer Engineers Will Address the Challenge of Training A.I.
USC Viterbi researchers develop new prototype to better recognize human activity
Annual rankings by U.S. News & World Report also keep USC Viterbi among the top five private engineering schools
USC Viterbi assistant professor receives recognition for his work to improve phototonic integrated circuits
USC Viterbi Researcher Makes An Important Advancement in Navigation and Automation
Software detects changes in clinical states in voice data for patients with bipolar, schizophrenia and depressive disorders as accurately as attending doctors
USC Viterbi Researchers Win NSF Grant to Tackle the Challenge of Scalable Parallelism.
Duet is the world’s first student-built micro-philanthropy platform designed to connect donors with refugees and local stores in a more personalized and dignified way
Breakthrough method has implications for enhanced performance of lasers for communications, diagnostics and defense.
The latest edition of the 10-year-old Maseeh Entrepreneurship Prize Competition promises to transform high-tech ideas into viable startups.
New DARPA grant will help build a foundation in this important field.
In a new paper, a team of USC computer scientists and psychologists teamed up to investigate how music affects how you act, feel and think
Technique also reverse-engineers computer chips to detect chip purpose
Professor Rehan Kapadia improved electron emission efficiency by ten to the power of five. How did he do it?
Moghaddam was elected for development of physics-based computational algorithms; Khoshnevis was elected for innovations in manufacturing and construction.
Maryam Shanechi, recently named to Science News Magazine’s Top 10 Scientists to Watch, answers questions about her revolutionary brain-machine interfaces.
A team of USC Viterbi undergraduates that is developing underwater wireless communication technology will represent the U.S. at the Global Grand Challenges Summit student competition finals
Record-breaking single “Old Town Road” is a little bit country, a little bit rock ‘n roll, according to an artificial intelligence (AI) tool developed by a USC computer science student
Computational tool by USC Viterbi researchers solves the “community detection” problem
USC Viterbi Professors Pierluigi Nuzzo, Kelly Sanders and Mahdi Soltanolkotabi receive highly competitive National Science Foundation awards for their leadership and novel research.
A blended family of eight, six of whom attended USC, bids farewell to the school as the youngest graduates
Alice Parker’s Neuromorphic Circuits Mimic Neurons to Learn and Adapt.
A new statistical machine learning framework gleans the invisible and unobservable structure of any attacked network
Beyond improving e-commerce, USC Viterbi’s Bhaskar Krishnamachari sees a blockchain-driven future where cars, homes and appliances can buy and sell digital information.
Yilda Irizarry-Valle, a USC Viterbi alumna, overcomes challenges to receive prestigious GEM Young Alumnae Leadership Award
At the 41st Viterbi Awards, NAE President Dan Mote Jr., alumna and Northrop Grumman VP Linnie Haynesworth, and SpaceX President Gwynne Shotwell were honored.
A company headed by a USC Viterbi alumnus has partnered with the school to advance this cutting-edge technology.
Researchers Suggests that Deep Groundwater can generate surface streams on Mars
The film industry will soon be able to better predict MPAA ratings for movies, thanks to a new artificial intelligence tool.
60 scientists from 12 universities and government labs came together to hear about a MURI initiative on brain-computer interfaces and to kick-off a new BARI initiative on AI.
New AI algorithms could allow robots to learn to move by themselves, imitating animals.
Salman Avestimehr trusts in the power of algorithms.
Mahdi Soltanolkotabi’s research ensures that AI and Automation serve the interests of humanity. Now he’s being recognized for his work – a lot.
Linnie Haynesworth, USC Viterbi’s 2019 Mark A. Stevens Distinguished Alumni Award recipient, pens a letter to her younger Trojan self.
USC Viterbi alumnus Ken Richardson has written a new book about how America can once again become the world’s leader in tech.
Essam Heggy Calls for More Water Education in the Scientific Community.
USC Viterbi Faculty members from Electrical Engineering, Computer Science and Biomedical Engineering join the 2019 class of IEEE fellows.
Findings suggest novel approaches in drug therapy to treat cancer and other diseases
On November 9th, the Ming Hsieh Institute hosted the department’s biggest annual event – the Electrical Engineering Research Festival. 100 PhD students presented their research to Industry leaders from 27 companies.
The USC Viterbi assistant professor, who also just received the prestigious IEEE Nanotechnology Early Career Award, hopes to advance computer efficiency and proficiency.
Materials developed by USC Viterbi Professor Jayakanth Ravichandran could allow autonomous vehicles to peer through the elements to improve safety.
The USC Viterbi director of new research initiatives will lead one of the largest societies within IEEE with over 8,000 members.
Grant will open new frontiers in our understanding of signal processing and artificial intelligence
Longbo Huang recently received the 2018 ACM SIGMETRICS Rising Star Research Award
Findings may yield new closed-loop, tailored therapies for depression and anxiety
New localization research by USC Viterbi Professor Urbashi Mitra and her collaborator Junting Chen leverages collections of sensors to locate things
A completely new approach suggests the validity of the 110-year-old Lindelöf hypothesis, opening up the possibilities of new discoveries in quantum computing, number theory and cybersecurity
New material has optical properties that could enable better infrared detection for autonomous vehicles and assist firefighters
Qian Yu Wins a Google Fellowship for His Work in Coded Computing
Gianluca Lazzi Sits at the Intersection of Electrical Engineering and Medicine.
After long nights that muddled into early mornings in SAL, CED, and Leavey, they’re ready to set sail
2018 USC Viterbi master’s students shared hugs, laughs and memories at graduation ceremonies.
Accomplishments of Viterbi Master’s students celebrated at the second annual event
At the 2018 USC Viterbi Ph.D. Hooding and Awards ceremony, the intellectual descendants of Curie, Drexler and Viterbi took the stage.
The annual WiSE Research Horizons Symposium at USC brought together some of the best minds in academic research
USC Robotics Open House leads the way for the next generation of STEM professionals
Legendary alums and engineering pioneers honored at the 40th Viterbi Awards
USC Viterbi faculty, students receive multiple awards at the 2018 OCEC Awards and Honors Banquet.
Three USC Viterbi Assistant Professors receive a National Science Foundation’s CAREER Award for outstanding, innovative and promising approaches to research
Professor Dina El-Damak works to create low-power circuits and batteries with important biomedical applications.
Thanks to these USC Viterbi researchers, doctors may soon be able to see a brain tumor burned away in real time
Diana Valenzuela takes home the night’s top honor: the John R. Hubbard Award