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USC VIterbi News
February 2018
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USC Viterbi's online graduate program in computer science is #1, and the online engineering program, comprising more than 40 degrees, is #2.
Happy Lunar New Year 2018
From Dean Yannis C. Yortsos and the USC Viterbi School of Engineering.
USC Viterbi Alumna Helps Underrepresented Groups Pursue College and STEM
Recent USC Viterbi alumna uses her experiences as a first-generation college student to encourage others to pursue a college education.
A New Way to Fight the Spread of Infectious Diseases
An algorithm developed by USC researchers could help public health programs better locate, and treat, people living with undiagnosed infectious diseases, says a new study.
A Clear Trajectory
Sophie Pepin breaks expectations by taking an early swing at the petroleum industry.
A Time for Disruption? Why We're All Batty Over Bitcoin
Due to overwhelming demand, USC offers its second course on the technology behind cryptocurrency that's changing the way the world does business.
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.
"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.
USC Viterbi hosts Women of Color in STEM Panel
Four women shared their stories of overcoming obstacles, facing difficult situations, and surpassing even the most difficult road blocks at the Black Girls CODE Panel..
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.
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.
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