News - October 2021
Hugging the Exponential: Leading Innovation for the Good of Humanity
In his 2021 State of the School address, Dean Yannis C. Yortsos recapped a transformative year and looked into a future where trustworthy engineers have the ability to create powerful technology to solve important societal problems
Is L.A. Like a City Built on Jell-O? Can Enzymes Be the Key to Replacing Concrete? Chukwuebuka Nweke May Have the Answers
New USC Viterbi assistant professor seeks to make our cities more resilient in the face of natural disasters
Building Lasting Bonds and Memorable Structures One Relationship at a Time
Construction engineering senior Mayra Rodriguez is determined to lead construction teams to build cleaner and better by investing in the future
Two Beams Are Better Than One
Meet the optical "it couple" helping to speed up and secure wireless communications
AI To Fight Wildfires
USC to Co-Lead an NSF-Funded Project for Controlled Burns and Fire Mitigation
Could 3D Paper Be a Sustainable Alternative to Plastic?
Mechanical engineering student Aidan Leitch hopes his technique of using recycled paper to form solid objects can open doors to environmentally friendly plastic replacements
How do we Erase Forever Contaminants?
USC Viterbi Associate Professor Adam Smith seeks to get rid of persistent chemicals found in nonstick pans by identifying bacteria that can consume them
A Researcher's Best Friend: USC Helps Provide A Wealth of Data, Insights in the Fight Against Urinary, Reproductive Diseases
Under the coordination of USC ISI, GUDMAP supports research organizations from around the world working together to investigate and understand the genitourinary tract
Two USC Viterbi Students Named Caldwell Scholars
First-year students Jose M. Zarate Diaz and Raul Torres Jr. win the prestigious award
Can A.I. Help Low-Income Workers Get Jobs?
New partnership with the U.S. government brings artificial intelligence-based interview training to communities around the country
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