Balakrishnan Award Honors Legacy of Engineer Who Chose Math Over the Movies
Third ECE award goes to Washington University’s Xudong Chen.
Third ECE award goes to Washington University’s Xudong Chen.
Interdisciplinary work receives 2023 Deswarte Prize in Digital History
Sujata Banerjee and Vibhu Mittal, who met at USC Viterbi decades ago, reflect on a life together and their recent decision to support Ginsburg Hall
$2.4 million grant will be used to develop new AI-powered algorithms that could lessen the need for higher-strength MRI machines and correct for various imaging artifacts.
USC researchers present 14 papers at the International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS), showcasing leading-edge research in robotics.
Boehm is remembered as a dedicated researcher and a “wonderful advisor”, who greatly shaped the life of his students and colleagues.
The progressive pedagogy of the pioneering distance learning program has changed the lives of graduate students worldwide.
From Topeka to the White House, Slaughter has lifted as he climbed
The researchers share some commonalities in their work, apart from winning an NSF CAREER Award.
The UMich-led Center for Complex Particle Systems (COMPASS), one of four new Science and Technology Centers, will look to nature for inspiration on particles.
Studies warn against major hydroclimatic, and environmental vulnerabilities
Study conducted by team including USC, MIT shows 100x improvement over existing technology.
USC computer scientists present a better way to measure the performance of generative AI models at the International Conference on Machine Learning (ICML).
USC Viterbi’s Bhaskar Krishnamachari and USC economist Matthew Kahn have proposed an ethical plan to promote power and water conservation that targets the biggest users while protecting the poor.
She was recognized for her “pioneering brain-machine interfaces that can model, decode, and control complex neural activity patterns by the intersection of engineering, computing, and neuroscience”
The NSF’s most prestigious award for junior faculty will boost USC research in disease modeling, groundwater systems, machine learning and robotics.
A USC review published in the journal Nature Electronics suggests that the “unique features of vdW materials provide a greater freedom for creating precisely engineered memristive devices.”
Yasser Khan wins a prestigious Google Research Scholar Award for racial bias correction in a medical device that measures oxygen levels
A collaborative effort with UCLA will predict psychological health risk factors
USC professor honored for his research work in the field of neural learning.
USC researchers leverage techniques to manage error accumulation, demonstrating the potential of quantum computing in the error-prone NISQ era
USC Viterbi researchers propose a novel framework to address challenges in computer vision.
The class of 2023 is “the best educated, the most representative in our history.”
This year’s ceremony at Alumni Park was headlined by alumnus and venture capitalist, Mark Stevens, who praised the power and versatility of an engineering degree
The 2023 Ph.D. Hooding and Awards Ceremony honors 133 new graduates and Jiaoyang Li, winner of this year’s best Ph.D. thesis.
A Taylor Swift theme park? For Rose, a leader in USC’s themed entertainment student group, why not?
Both students are among the first cohort of the Ming Hsieh Institute Undergraduate Scholars program.
Graduating Ph.D. student Lillian Clark’s dissertation explores how to improve robot communication in remote environments. Her study of jazz helped her think on her feet.
Nomar Rodriguez is being honored for his leadership and service to USC Viterbi’s chapter of the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers.
The Department of Defense MURI Award will allow Lidar’s multi-institutional team to investigate techniques that may unlock the full potential of quantum computing.
Paul Bogdan has developed a new and improved method to detect chronic obstructive pulmonary disease for early diagnosis and better treatment
AI is running on mobile phones, sensors, and home appliances thanks to the engineering innovations that make the most of the limited memory, reduced computational power, and little energy available in these devices.
Breakthrough imaging procedure can be used to better characterize congenital heart disease and to plan immediate care for newborns
Will enable powerful AI in your portable devices.
USC Viterbi researchers partner with Samsung to develop energy saving, “self healing cameras.”
Gratitude takes center stage as donors come face to face with the students they support.
An interdisciplinary team, including three USC Viterbi researchers, recently received a $1.1M National Science Foundation grant for managing, mitigating on-the-job stress
The award is the highest honor in the field of speech communication research.
USC ISI Research team combines multiple types of machine learning techniques to improve how a program can identify people and things
USC to lead Industry-University Cooperative Research Center for Soil Technologies
Researchers from USC Viterbi’s Information Sciences Institute are part of a team working to keep sensitive data secure with accelerated computing.
Past and present SIPI students and faculty gather to toast 50 years of innovation – from JPEGs to brain-computer interfaces
USC Viterbi researchers have developed a fairness enhancing algorithm that also keeps data secure.
A new method from Wade Hsu’s group is up to 30,000,000 times faster than existing methods – a game-changer for nanophotonics research and many other disciplines
A maritime area three times the size of the city of London holds the highest risk for oil spills in the Gulf which can have devastating consequences locally and globally.
USC Viterbi assistant professor receives three-year grant to pursue work in biomedical sensing, health monitoring.
Awardees made important contributions in the area of mathematics of systems
Professor Michael Khoo and his SleepHuB partners look at a range of technologies to uncover sleep problems
Information Sciences Institute researchers use machine learning to invent an impartial way to recognize faces
A machine-learning framework developed by USC researchers reveals a pattern of stereotyped actions by male and female characters in films over 100-year period
The trio joins a distinguished class of 169 new inductees whose innovations have tangibly impacted society.
USC Information Sciences Institute’s Carl Kesselman and Premkumar Natarajan, and Ming Hsieh Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering’s Bhaskar Krishnamachari were elevated for their impactful research contributions.
Forty years after Time magazine named the computer as “Person of the Year,” it’s time to consider another remarkably impactful item.
USC researchers present 23 papers at this leading venue for machine learning research.
USC Researchers combine math, graphs, and one humble little plant
USC Viterbi New Faculty Hires 2022-2023
Maryam Shanechi was honored for her unique engineering approach to mental health.
Electronically sensitive, skin-like membrane can measure changes in tumor size to the hundredth of a millimeter. It represents a new, faster and more accurate approach to screen cancer drugs.
Feifei Qian is the lead researcher for a NASA grant that could significantly aid planetary explorations.
Team of USC Viterbi students places first in a design competition on edge computing
The robotics pioneer’s true gift is not with machines but with people
USC faculty and students hold events to encourage careers in signal processing.
Undergraduate student Cami Gomez created a haptics-based virtual reality environment that simulates the feeling of a button clicking.
The research, led by USC Viterbi, includes collaborators from USC Keck and Stanford
The inaugural event introduced new initiatives and presented research to industry partners
Jonathan Habif and Alan Willner’s team uses light, first of its kind optical technology to make sharing data on our devices less energy intensive
USC Viterbi Professor was honored for his groundbreaking contributions in electrical engineering
Apsy, led by Ph.D. candidate Tooraj Helmi, uses AI to develop inexpensive, quality apps for startups
The two-year fellowship will support the continued advancement of AI systems.
At the 2022 commencement ceremony, undergraduates shared laughter, tears and hugs as they embark on a new journey
First in-person, satellite ceremonies in two years feature four-star general and former CEO of Yahoo and Verizon Media as speakers
At the 2022 Ph.D. Hooding and Awards Ceremony, 215 new graduates join Trojan forebears like Andrew Viterbi and Wanda Austin.
New D-Wave Advantage system, housed at the University of Southern California-Lockheed Martin Quantum Computing Center, brings quantum system and hybrid solver access to business and research clients wanting a US-based solution.
USC Viterbi researchers’ new AI platform is for everyone
Massoud Pedram will be PI for multi-university DISCoVER team focused on green computing, superconductor electronics
Prolific researcher is one of only two honored nationally for work in computer science
The NSF’s most prestigious award for junior faculty has now been received by 13 USC Viterbi faculty over the past two years
USC Viterbi researchers aim to build a better brain with a never-before-used approach
USC Viterbi researchers worked with a DARPA-supported multi-institution team to outline how the machines of the future can achieve lifelong learning, just like humans and other animals.
USC Viterbi researcher designs a new, more robust laser
New models help information detection in many languages and 3-D objects recognition, as well as robots training.
Ming Hsieh Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering’s Murali Annavaram, Krishna Nayak, and Joshua Yang elevated for their impactful research contributions.
The leader in control systems and intelligent transportation systems is USC Viterbi’s newest member of the National Academy of Engineering
The new center will bring together researchers and industry leaders to fuel innovation and provide hands-on learning opportunities for students.
His four year term with the NIH’s Advisory Board On Medical Rehabilitation Research began in July 2021.
Research effort between MOSIS and the Taiwanese company will support semiconductor design and manufacturing.
Symmetrical, 2 x 3 Km Buried Formation Points to Evidence of Agriculture, Groundwater Use and Climate Fluctuation
USC Viterbi researchers create first nano-sized, molecular device potentially capable of sensing and altering the cell’s electric field, ushering in new possibilities for basic research
Select projects focus on brain modeling, emerging materials, fuels, and electromagnetic devices
New Joint Research Center Strengthens USC Viterbi’s Commitment to Improving AI
The trio joins a distinguished class of 175 new inductees who “demonstrate a prolific spirit of innovation”
USC Viterbi researchers’ new tool is another step towards true AI
USC Viterbi design team, SC Solar Car, is working to build a fully solar-powered vehicle with plans to compete in the 2022 American Solar Challenge.
A new class of MRI improves imaging of moving organs and metal implants to make diagnosis and treatment more accessible
Introduces a more efficient and sustainable hardware device for AI and ML applications
Honoring Grant Imahara’s legacy with the dedication of a new study lounge and a Day of Making
New tool automates evaluations of cognitive behavioral therapy
The duo designed a new tool to make neural networks faster, more powerful, and cheaper
An interdisciplinary team led by USC computer science researchers is creating a faster, more reliable and more accessible system to help clinicians screen children for developmental disorders such as autism and ADHD.
The team is focused on the emerging and important field of federated learning