Two ISI Division Directors Named ACM Fellows for Transformative Contributions to Technology
Carl Kesselman and Craig Knoblock are among the top one percent of ACM members worldwide honored for outstanding accomplishments in computing and information technology
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.
Pulses of Light to Encrypt Data and Protect Security of Cryptocurrencies
More Powerful, Energy Efficient Frequency Comb May Be Important Cybersecurity Tool
Trojan team’s bias-busting app wins third prize at Facebook Global Hackathon
App utilizes virtual reality and natural language processing to create immersive space for unconscious bias training
USC ISI to Develop Translation and Information-Retrieval System for Uncommon Languages
Researchers receive $16.7 million grant to automatically translate and summarize “low-resource” language documents into English
It’s Cold in Space; But Not as Cold as It Could Be
USC alumna and adjunct research associate professor Anita Sengupta led a project to create the coldest spot in the solar system on the International Space Station and now is bringing space travel here on Earth
“Real Deal @ USC” showcases impressive startups from around the country
Entrepreneurs of young, exciting companies gather in SCilicon Beach for an evening of networking and dual-use ventures
Can You Save the World with Origami?
From 3-D origami battles to VR journalism, the GamePipe Laboratory Fall 2017 Showcase showed the range and creativity of USC Games students
How a tumor grows can predict response to cancer therapy
A new USC study finds that tumor growth traits play a key role in cancer drug effectiveness
Students Mentored by LA City Leader and Viterbi Students at Code Dojo
Over a thousand students participate in Viterbi’s “Code Dojo” for National Computer Science Education Week
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.
The Sun Also Rises. And Now We Know How Hot It Gets.
A high school student’s family history leads her to team up with USC Viterbi students to build an app that can save farmworkers from heat death
The First Annual AME Senior Project Showcase
From rocket engines to flapping wings, senior mechanical and aerospace engineering students show off their work.
Combating eye injuries with a reversible superglue seal
Scientists and engineers at USC develop an on-the-spot, temperature-sensitive gel that could seal eye injuries on the battlefield
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
Meet USC Racing’s Team Captains
A Q&A with the undergraduate students who run this year’s Formula SAE racing team
USC Computer Science Student Teams Win First and Second Place at “Programming Olympics” Regional Contest
USC will progress to world finals of Association for Computing Machinery’s International Collegiate Programming Contest in Beijing, China
Four Trojan Engineers Named “Forbes Under 30 Scholars”
A painter who codes; a Colombian angel; a budding 3D printing entrepreneur; a Gates Millennium Scholar. Meet the four USC Viterbi students who received the opportunity to attend the 2017 Forbes Under 30 Summit.
USC Viterbi Alum Wins High Honor From Society of Petroleum Engineers
Professor Mukul Sharma has received the prestigious John Franklin Carll Award.
Is Underground Transit Worse for Your Health?
New Study by USC Engineers Finds Higher Concentrations of Cancer Causing Agents in Entirely Underground Metro Trains
What Lies Beneath: “PipeFish” Robot Patrols City Pipes to Detect Underground Water Leaks
Supported by the Keston endowment, ISI researcher Wei-Min Shen is working to combat deterioration in LA’s aging underground water networks
Carl Kesselman of ISI and USC Viterbi to help develop a powerful national NIH Data Commons Platform
The virtual, cloud-based platform will help researchers share and manage vast amounts of data online.
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