Our department is one of the proudest and most successful in the country and our alumni are doing great things in academia and industry. See what some of them have been up to below. Connect with us below and follow us on Facebook and Instagram. ↑
Ken Richardson (M.S. ’54), former president of Hughes Aircraft Company, writes a new book about how America can once again become the world’s leader in tech.
Linnie Haynesworth (B.S. ’80), USC Viterbi’s 2019 Mark A. Stevens Distinguished Alumni Award recipient, pens a letter to her younger Trojan self.
Longbo Huang, (Ph.D. ’11) an assistant professor in Beijing, received the prestigious 2018 ACM SIGMETRICS Rising Star Research Award.
“I want to make AI and high-tech systems easier to design, create and use, with the goal of giving more people the opportunity to build these powerful systems…”
“I’d like to become a university professor [to develop] novel circuits and biomedical systems to improve the lives of people affected by disease or disability.”
“If I can come up with an actual product from my research, that’s great…the important thing is that I can contribute something novel and impactful to the field.”
“If you see something you want, go after it. Don’t wait until you or the situation meets the definition of perfection.”
“We need to…place priority on science and engineering; increase resources devoted to education; enhance the achievement standards in our schools; and multiply investment in research and development.”