News - March 2022
How to Get a Diagnosis Without Setting Foot in a Doctor's Office? Try AI and Wearables
USC Viterbi leads $1.2 million, multi-school effort to upgrade wearable technology for next stage of healthcare
USC Viterbi Researchers Named 2022 IEEE Fellows
Ming Hsieh Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering's Murali Annavaram, Krishna Nayak, and Joshua Yang elevated for their impactful research contributions.
USC Viterbi and Amazon Announce Joint Summer Research Program for Undergraduates
8-Week, Residency Program is Open to Undergraduate Students Throughout the U.S.
Gift from Gary and Mary Buntmann Establishes Ershaghi Center for Energy Transition at USC Viterbi
Center to develop innovations for renewable energy tech and low-carbon future
USC Alumna, Deniz Burnham, Beats Out 12,000 Applicants to Join NASA's Newest Astronaut Class
Burnham beat out thousands of applicants for the opportunity to train for space missions.
WIRED: Maybe Green Energy Needs Information Batteries Too
New research by Barath Raghavan was featured
Beyond 3-D Printing and Robotics, the Most Lasting Thing Kendall Work Built? Communities.
Senior mechanical engineering student attributes his successful college experience to the communities he built at USC Viterbi
USC Launches New Center for Autonomy and AI
The new center will bring together researchers and industry leaders to fuel innovation and provide hands-on learning opportunities for students.
Can Concrete Heal Its Own Cracks Without Losing Its Strength?
USC researchers create an alternate approach to self-healing concrete that is low cost and upholds the innate strength of the original material.
USC Viterbi to Launch New Program to Bring Engineering Education to Local Schools
Launching this spring, the Engineers Foundation K-12 STEM Teaching program is made possible by the vision and support of MaxLinear cofounder Curtis Ling
Andrea Armani Receives the 2022 Robert E. Hopkins Leadership Award
Honor awarded to individuals who served as leaders in their science communities
Measuring Media Polarization
Researchers in USC's Information Sciences Institute (ISI) develop a natural language processing tool that can quickly detect polarized topics from partisan news sources.
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