News - February 2021
Top Five in the Nation for 9 consecutive years: USC Viterbi's more than 40 Online Programs in Engineering, Computer Science
DEN @Viterbi, launched nearly 50 years ago, consistently among the best, per U.S. News & World Report
Celebrating A New Hub For Student Innovation
The Baum Family Maker Space marked its completion with a festive virtual ribbon cutting ceremony.
A New Realm of Personalized Medicine with Brain Stimulation
Researchers' "skeleton key" can unlock a brain.
Crafting Common Sense into AI Models Through Gameplay
Jon May and his team teach AI how to make decisions when encountering new environments through text-based video games.
The Four-Legged Robot That Can Crawl, Crouch, Clean and Fight COVID
A team of USC master's students creates a disinfection robot to use on COVID-19 prevention.
Even Machines Need Their Greens
Chloroplast-Fortified 3D-Printer Ink May Strengthen Products Like Custom Sneaker Soles.
Meet CybOrg: USC's Premier Cybersecurity Club
USC Viterbi student club gives students confidence, networking opportunities, mentors and even job connections.
USC and Amazon Establish Center for Secure and Trusted Machine Learning
Center to support novel approaches to trust-centric machine learning and AI innovation.
USC Researchers Named 2021 IEEE Fellows
USC ISI's Yolanda Gil and Craig Knoblock elevated to IEEE Fellows for prolific research contributions.
Researchers Discover Hidden Brain Pattern
The discovery has great implications for treating paralyzed, Parkinson's patients.
"The Horse Whisperer of Oil and Gas"
In late 2019, Gov. Gavin Newsom appointed alumnus Uduak-Joe Ntuk as California's oil and gas supervisor.
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