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USC VIterbi News
November 2016
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The endowment of $35 million was the largest department naming at USC, and one of the largest ever for an EE department anywhere in the world.
Fake Tweets, Real Consequences
A USC Viterbi Computer Scientist worries that robot-generated tweets could compromise the presidential election.
New Research Center Envisions IoT Applied to Personalized Learning
A joint center between USC Rossier and USC Viterbi might make the 'Internet of Things' a staple of K-12 classrooms.
Rise of a Leader-Engineer
Shana Douglass turns obstacles into opportunities.
Rosa's Choice
A trailblazing alumna and surgeon-engineer describes how she lived in two countries and between two dreams at once.
What if this Protein Holds the Key to a New Dimension in Cancer Immunotherapy?
Assistant Professor Stacey Finley uses mathematical modeling for her novel research on LCK protein regulation in cancer immunotherapy.
A Better Way
AesculaTech, a USC Viterbi startup, aims to make it easier for glaucoma patients to take eye drops - and keep their sight.
This Time, It's Personal
Researchers Greg Ver Steeg and Shirley Pepke have found a way to personalize ovarian cancer treatment. For Pepke, the answers can't come fast enough.
Wall Street Journal: Robot Researchers Not Trying to Replicate People
WSJDLive conference in Laguna Beach featured Maja Matarić in a discussion on robotics design, the future of socially assistive robots, and the prominent role of females in robotics development.
How Daniel Marcu Teaches Millions How to Write
The "grandfather" of statistical machine translation taught computers to grade SAT essays, now he�s teaching them to grade Common Core.
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