Mathematician-M.D. introduces a new methodology suggesting a solution to one of the greatest open problems in the history of mathematics
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
Could this material enable autonomous vehicles to come to market sooner and make them safer?
New material has optical properties that could enable better infrared detection for autonomous vehicles and assist firefighters
Machine Learning at the Shannon Limit
Qian Yu Wins a Google Fellowship for His Work in Coded Computing
A Beautiful, Complicated Circuit
Gianluca Lazzi Sits at the Intersection of Electrical Engineering and Medicine.
Eureka! Eureka! The Class of 2018 Has Found It
After long nights that muddled into early mornings in SAL, CED, and Leavey, they’re ready to set sail
Master’s Class For The Ages
2018 USC Viterbi master’s students shared hugs, laughs and memories at graduation ceremonies.
2018 Viterbi Master’s Student Awards
Accomplishments of Viterbi Master’s students celebrated at the second annual event
Marie Curie Dropped the Ph.D. Mic 115 Years Ago. These Trojans Picked It Up.
At the 2018 USC Viterbi Ph.D. Hooding and Awards ceremony, the intellectual descendants of Curie, Drexler and Viterbi took the stage.
USC Women In Science and Engineering (WiSE) helps junior female faculty share their research
The annual WiSE Research Horizons Symposium at USC brought together some of the best minds in academic research
USC Viterbi’s most prestigious night gives the stage to “heroic engineers”
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.
USC Viterbi announces its 2018 NSF CAREER Award Winners
Three USC Viterbi Assistant Professors receive a National Science Foundation’s CAREER Award for outstanding, innovative and promising approaches to research
Imagine Swallowing a Battery. Now Imagine an Electronic Pill Powered by Your Own Stomach
Professor Dina El-Damak works to create low-power circuits and batteries with important biomedical applications.
Burning Tumors Away
Thanks to these USC Viterbi researchers, doctors may soon be able to see a brain tumor burned away in real time
Quantum Machine Shows Promise for Biological Research
In first quantum machine learning study with biological data, USC researchers leverage D-Wave to understand gene regulation
Air Force Young Investigator Awardees to Advance Machine Learning and 3-D Printed Materials
USC Viterbi Assistant Professors Mahdi Soltanolkotabi and Qiming Wang win US Air Force Office of Scientific Research Young Investigator Awards.
Andrew Viterbi and Ming Hsieh Named 2017 NAI Fellows
The two will be inducted as part of the Seventh Annual NAI Conference of the National Academy of Inventors On April 5th, 2018, in Washington D.C.
USC Viterbi Researchers Design Thermal ‘Skin’ to Maintain Temperature of Satellites
VO2 coated silicon material designed in collaboration with Northrop Grumman performs 20 times better than current semiconductors
Smart City Consortium formed at USC
I3 to bring together academics and practitioners in engineering, business to develop a model for IoT-connected cities in the US
A Tale of Two Careers
Andrew Viterbi Honored at the Ming Hsieh Institute’s Electrical Engineering Pioneer Series.
USC ISI researchers poised to crack the code on reducing workplace stress
New research to explore the intersection of data, sensors and artificial intelligence.