E-Newsletter of the University of Southern California Viterbi School of Engineering
Scientific American magazine features Ted Berger's research on brain chips.
VITERBI SCHOOL'S QUIET SUPERSTAR ENTERS THE NFL HALL OF FAME
Bruce Matthews, a stellar student athlete, was a record-setting collegiate and professional offensive lineman, as well as an engineer.
VITERBI SCHOOL PLAYS MAJOR ROLE IN NEW VIDEOGAME INSTITUTE
USC's Provost's Office has established the USC Games Institute, which will be "an umbrella of activity" for schools and departments involved in games research.
FIGHTING AIDS WITH GENE THERAPY
Biochemical engineer Pin Wang and an interdisciplinary team of scientists are fighting HIV with synthetically engineered immune cells.
CHONGWU ZHOU WINS FIRST IEEE NANO HONOR
The Hsieh Department standout wins IEEE Nanotechnology Early Career Award for making carbon nanotubes self assemble into useful structures.
ROBERT SCHOLTZ RECEIVES IEEE SUMNER AWARD
The Viterbi School electrical engineer is honored "for pioneering contributions to ultra-wideband communications science and technology."
THE ROAD TO SPACE
Mike Gruntman, chair of the Astronautics and Space Technology Division, chronicles the history of spaceflight in a Distance Education Network webcast.
TWO VITERBI STUDENTS WIN GOOGLE GADGET GOLD
Every year the ubiquitous search service challenges student computing whizzes to create new and useful web gadgets and two of five winners are from Viterbi.
STUDENT BALLS OF FIRE
Viterbi students will conduct microgravity experiments on NASA's microgravity laboratory to study combustion in space.
THE DEAN MAKES A LIST
On the list you'll find all Viterbi undergraduates who achieved a 3.5 grade point average or higher.
IN THE NEWS
o The L.A. Times covers music and math with Elaine Chew.
o The New York Times explores technology commercialization with USC Stevens and the Viterbi School's Information Sciences Institute.
o Najm Meshkati pens an oped for the Houson Chronicle: "Create a Safety Culture"
o The Times of London reports on robotic house construction and Behrokh Khoshnevis.
o Trojan Family Magazine spotlights USC bio-nanotechnology research.