Four USC Viterbi Professors Win 2017 NSF CAREER Awards
Felipe de Barros, a civil and environmental engineer, Han Wang, an electrical engineer and Ilias Diakonikolas and Wyatt Lloyd, both computer scientists, win the National Science Foundation’s top honor for junior faculty
The engineer with the heart of a poet
A USC Viterbi professor has made Connected World’s list of Top 10 Pioneers in IoT.
The Most Hazardous Hour to Drive in LA?
New Data-Driven Journalism project by USC Annenberg and USC Viterbi Will Tell You
Winners of the 2017 Engineers’ Council Awards
ASTE faculty and students receive awards from the San Fernando Valley Engineers’ Council.
The Viterbi Algorithm at 50
In a noisy world, it allows you to be heard.
The Viterbi Algorithm Demystified
On the golden anniversary of the Viterbi Algorithm, Andrew Viterbi reveals a brief and intuitive approach
USC Rocket Propulsion Laboratory Breaks Record
Student-run RPL launches rocket of own design to 144,000 feet
CMAA Tops Off Another Year with an Impressive Performance at “Sparks”
After five months of preparation, the CMAA student chapter takes first, second and third place at this year’s construction competition.
What did you do last Saturday? These kids played with VR, lasers and built cellphone microscopes
USC welcomes hundreds of local middle and high schoolers to the University Park campus for the first annual Engineering Exploratorium
Ilias Diakonikolas Wins 2017 Sloan Research Fellowship
Theoretical computer scientist Ilias Diakonikolas has received a prestigious two-year grant award from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
S.K. Gupta named holder of the Smith International Professorship in Mechanical Engineering
Professor S.K. Gupta, a world-renowned expert in advanced manufacturing, will also head the Center for Advanced Manufacturing.
Manufacturing For A Better Tomorrow
The opening of the USC Viterbi Center for Advanced Manufacturing promises to help usher in a new age how things are made.
Ten-Year-Olds Tackle Biomedical Engineering
The Project in a Box initiative brings hands-on biomedical engineering lessons to local elementary schools
The Best And The Brightest
USC Viterbi alumnus Jung Kian Ng Jung has won a prestigious Rhodes Scholarship and will pursue graduate studies at England’s Oxford University.
Making meaningful devices under pressure
Undergraduate students flexed their hands-on engineering skills at the 2017 ASBME Makeathon, a competition to develop real-world biomedical devices.
From 32nd Street to Wall Street, how ‘the Toussaint method’ works
This engineering student is an extracurricular extraordinaire with a drive towards leadership.
‘One life saved is huge, but I know it can be far more than that’
Deepika Bodapati’s low-cost, blood imaging device Athelas has already saved the lives of patients with early-stage leukemia
‘We find solutions to social problems using artificial intelligence’
Lucas Hu uses game theory and computer science to fight wildlife poachers, end homelessness, and prevent teen suicide
‘We look for a quantitative way to figure out how effective a therapist is’
Freshman Nikki Bisarya has already become an integral part of Shri Narayanan’s life-changing lab
‘We didn’t want to just give them a glass of clean water for a day’
Kirsten Rice empowers communities in developing countries to produce their own clean water
‘Every person deserves humane living conditions’
Emir Ucer takes a personal approach to solving the ergonomic problems facing relocating displaced people