Logo: University of Southern California

Viterbi Newswire 1/23/06

THE VITERBI NEWSWIRE - 1/23/06

 
The Viterbi School's celebration of 100 years of  USC engineering continues as academic departments host a series of distinguished lectures during the Spring Semester.
 
Two Mork Department Lectures on January 26
The Mork Family Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science couple lectures on energy and molecular mechanics with grad student poster sessions. The lectures are from 2:00 PM to 4:30 PM in the Gerontology Auditorium.
 
The national honor society for electrical and computer engineering has awarded its highest membership distinction to the Viterbi School's naming donor.
 
Kate Baxter will also serve as the new director of the Women in Engineering Program.
 
The Viterbi School is successful in its quest to recruit a pair of stellar Johns Hopkins professors who happen to be married to each other.
 
Enterprising Viterbi students learn a lot about engineering management from NASA's seven-year mission to snare some ancient dust from comets.
 
Carl Kesselman co-inventor of the open source software that powers grid computing receives an honorary degree from the University of Amsterdam.
 
The work of Irving Reed, "professeur d'informatique à l'université de Californie du Sud," is featured in the French science magazine, La Recherche.