To Serve and to Lead
In his 2018 State of the School address, Dean Yannis C. Yortsos spoke about culture, the seeking of a homeostasis for the school and how this can be found by serving all our constituencies and by leading today’s world of exponential changes and “constant accelerations.”
New Deep Learning AI Technology Can Help You Save Time on Your Commute
New AI forecasting technology might also aid fleets of autonomous cars navigate future traffic.
How To Launch A Million Dollar Software Firm? A Family Helps. Specifically, the Trojan Variety.
USC Viterbi-Saudi Aramco Master’s Program sees its first graduating class
16 Saudi Aramco employees completed a unique master’s degree in construction management
Recent USC Viterbi Ph.D. Named Among “World’s Top 35 Innovators Under 35.”
Niki Bayat is the first USC doctoral student to have earned distinction as one of MIT Technology Review’s prestigious “TR 35.”
A new partnership brings the latest technologies to enable convergence
USC’s Michelson Center is partnering with Agilent Technologies to establish the Agilent Center of Excellence
Engineers Develop New Portable Malaria Screening Instrument
Diagnostic Method Exploits Magnetic Properties of Parasite Byproduct to Detect All Strains in Low-Resource Environments
When Underground Forces Unite
PhD student Saro Meguerdijian studies geomechanical factors that “couple up” for big results.
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.
You Have 28 Hours to Protect the World’s Smart Watches, Cars, Pacemakers and Cities. What Do You Do?
The 2nd Annual Viterbi Graduate Hackathon brought together aspiring developers to keep the Internet of Things safe from cyberattacks.
How to graduate in style: it’s what you leave behind
If you’re Madhav Gupta, it’s Traveler 1, a solar car.
USC Viterbi Honors Outstanding Faculty, Staff
At the 2018 Faculty and Staff Awards, Dean Yortsos celebrated USC Viterbi’s growing excellence.
USC Viterbi School of Engineering Announces 2018 Commencement Speakers
A.C. “Mike” Markkula, Jr., Wanda Austin, Harel Kodesh to keynote undergraduate and graduate ceremonies
Are we getting closer to a complete brain mapping? New devices explore more regions safely
Researchers have developed thin, flexible polymer-based materials that record activity in more subregions of the brain with safer, more specific placement.
How do you upgrade an archaic biomedical device? Make it “self-aware”
USC start-up Senseer has developed microsensing technologies to improve care for patients with hydrocephalus.
USC’s Chapter of National Society of Black Engineers Named Best in the Nation
The national honor reflects USC NSBE’s strength in “academic excellence, professional development, and community outreach.”
Optimizing chemotherapy schedules using evolutionary game theory
USC Viterbi researchers apply biology-based mathematical models to optimize chemotherapy treatment
USC ISI Researchers Develop Computational Methods to Uncover Hidden Trends in Human Behavior
New research suggests studying and avoiding all-nighters could lead to greater student happiness
AI Tool Promotes Positive Peer Groups to Tackle Substance Abuse
An algorithm created by USC researchers leverages social networks to optimize substance abuse intervention groups for homeless youth
What makes a perfect free throw – it’s madness
Researchers in the Brain-Body Dynamics Lab decode the shot that makes and breaks games to learn how bodies break and heal
What plants can teach us about oil spill clean-up and microfluidics
Engineers create nature-inspired 3-D printed solutions for one of the worst manmade dilemmas.
Unmasking the chemical forming carcinogens in recycled water
USC researchers identify the molecule responsible for a potent carcinogen found in recycled wastewater