Meeting Held at USC Viterbi on International MURI and BARI Initiatives Led by Maryam Shanechi
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.
A Robotic Leg, Born Without Prior Knowledge, Learns to Walk
New AI algorithms could allow robots to learn to move by themselves, imitating animals.
Can Unit-E Bring Digital Currency Mainstream?
Salman Avestimehr trusts in the power of algorithms.
In Search of the Most Human 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.
Mahta Moghaddam and Behrokh Khoshnevis Elected to NAE
Moghaddam was elected for development of physics-based computational algorithms; Khoshnevis was elected for innovations in manufacturing and construction.
You Are Not Here By Accident
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.
What Happens When 100 Million People Run Out of Water?
Essam Heggy Calls for More Water Education in the Scientific Community.
What can a snowflake teach us about how cancer spreads in the body?
Findings suggest novel approaches in drug therapy to treat cancer and other diseases
9th Annual Electrical Engineering Research Festival
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.
Han Wang Receives Coveted Army Research Office Young Investigator Award
The USC Viterbi assistant professor, who also just received the prestigious IEEE Nanotechnology Early Career Award, hopes to advance computer efficiency and proficiency.
Seeing Through Rain and Fog
Materials developed by USC Viterbi Professor Jayakanth Ravichandran could allow autonomous vehicles to peer through the elements to improve safety.
Mahta Moghaddam Elected President of IEEE Antennas and Propagation Society
The USC Viterbi director of new research initiatives will lead one of the largest societies within IEEE with over 8,000 members.
Mahdi Soltanolkotabi Awarded Packard Foundation Fellowship
Grant will open new frontiers in our understanding of signal processing and artificial intelligence
Researchers Decode Mood from Human Brain Signals
Findings may yield new closed-loop, tailored therapies for depression and anxiety
A Great Find
New localization research by USC Viterbi Professor Urbashi Mitra and her collaborator Junting Chen leverages collections of sensors to locate things
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.