‘Bekey Changed My Life’
The robotics pioneer’s true gift is not with machines but with people
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
Meet the optical “it couple” helping to speed up and secure wireless communications
USC Viterbi researchers develop solutions for more secure and trusted voice recognition
USC Viterbi Professor Shrikanth Narayanan and his research group examined the role of music in film through a computational lens to determine how it affects the audience’s perception of genre
After more than a decade as an active and committed member of SWE, Rachel Morford was recently elected president of the prominent global organization.
USC Viterbi researchers use new language analysis tools to combat misinformation
Over 100 USC Viterbi undergraduates present their year-long research projects virtually at the 2021 Viterbi Research Symposium
The new center will support five research initiatives from across USC Viterbi.
A collaboration between the USC WiSE program and the Aerospace Corporation, this prestigious fellowship offers students the opportunity to gain real-life industry experience and develop their skills
The research may help lead to haptic internet, mobile edge computing, and holographic communication
Rehan Kapadia and Qiming Wang are two of only 38 recipients nationwide.
Research from USC Viterbi and USC Dornsife points to a potentially strong impact from water purification to drug manufacturing.
In a return to in-person graduation, the Class of 2020 and 2021 celebrate “passage to a post-COVID new world”
“Looking for a needle in a haystack – in the middle of a tornado.” Sani’s quest to decipher emotions and the brain.
After interning at R&D firm ARiA in Seattle, Cami will be coming back to USC Viterbi to finish a progressive degree program and earn her master’s.
Research spans from self driving cars, virtual touch, AI for good, teaching machines commonsense and electromagnetic device design.
USC ISI’s QLIlab is using quantum physics to help usher in a new level of communications security
After last year’s postponement because of COVID-19, the 42nd annual event celebrated honorees General (retired) Ellen Pawlikowski, alumnus Juan Perez of UPS and Geena Davis.
The $3 million grant will help develop new neurotechnology to treat neurological and mental disorders
USC Viterbi researchers show how we might one day develop vaccines for viruses that haven’t even evolved yet
USC Viterbi researchers’ device shapes light in new and exciting ways
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