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January 2020
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It is the 8th consecutive year in which the USC Viterbi program was ranked the top program nationally.
USC Viterbi is tied for #4 in the nation in the 2020 U.S. News & World Report Best Online Master's Engineering Programs (consisting of MS in more than 40 engineering sub-fields and specializations)
Since inception of these rankings, the USC Viterbi program has been ranked in the top 5 programs nationally.
Ellis Meng and Dong Song Awarded $6 Million to Develop Polymer Brain Devices for the Research Community
The BRAIN Initiative grant will allow researchers to create cutting edge polymer electrodes for better brain signal monitoring, paving the way for devices that could restore human memory.
New Research Will Create Porous Materials Inspired by Nature
Henry Salvatori Early Career Chair Mitul Luhar was awarded $500K to develop porous materials to better regulate fluid flow, with implications toward smoother performance for aircrafts, water vessels and ground vehicles.
Watch the premiere episode of WHAT?! Hosted by Maria Camasmie, WHAT?! explores how engineering appears in our everyday lives!
In this episode, Maria takes us across the pond to London, England, and behind the scenes of the Global Grand Challenges Summit.
USC Earth Scientists and AI Researchers Join Forces on New Semantic Web Technology
Researchers from ISI and USC Dornsife create novel platform to standardize paleo-climatology data
Dance, Moose, Dance! K-12 Students Learn Coding Basics Through Interactive "Dance Party"
USC Viterbi students and industry professionals teach programming at "Code Dojo" to celebrate 2019 Computer Science Education Week
2019 AME Senior Project Showcase
USC Viterbi Seniors Show off their final projects for AME 441, testing concepts learned with over 35 real-life applications.
Speeding Up A.I.
USC Viterbi Researchers Win NSF Grant to Tackle the Challenge of Scalable Parallelism.
Undergrads Win National Title in Chemical Engineering Jeopardy
USC's Chem-E Jeopardy team proved their chem knowledge by besting MIT, University of Iowa and UT Austin to take home the top prize
How Does a Sea Star Bounce?
What USC researchers uncovered about sea star locomotion could help scientists design simpler, decentralized systems in robotics and beyond.
Can artificial intelligence help prevent suicides?
New tool from the Center for Artificial Intelligence in Society at USC aims to prevent suicide among youth
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