New Student Visions for Space Travel
As in many previous years, Apollo Astronaut Dr. Buzz Aldrin judged the 2011 ASTE 527 Space Exploration Architectures Concepts Synthesis Studio class projects
December 20, 2011
NAE student session
October 6: students gather at the NAE Grand Challenges Summit to hear Dean Yannis Yortsos, NAE President Chuck Vest and others
October 07, 2010
Barbara Myers retirement gathering
Friends, sons, well-wishers, colleagues, the dean and donors gathered to salute the achievements of the Viterbi School's Executive Director of Advancement's six and a half years of service
July 02, 2010
Photos from the 2010 Viterbi School Satellite Ceremonies, Undergraduate and Graduate
May 17, 2010
César Piña Farewell Lunch 6/31/2009
Speeches, presentations and music marked the end of Piña's two decades at the helm of
of the Information Sciences Insitute MOSIS chip fabrication service,
July 01, 2009
Commencement 2009: Images, Images, Images
Sights of the May 15, 2009 ceremonies in Archimedes Plaza and Galen Center, images of Valedictorian Kim Boynton and many others (And please ignore the incorrect May 16 date on some photos.)
May 18, 2009
Astani plaque dedicated in Kaprielian Hall
Sonny Astani was on hand as Chair J.P. Bardet and Senior Associate Dean John O'Brien dedicated a plaque commemorating his naming gift in the Astani department's home.
April 23, 2009
KIUEL Showcase Spotlights Student Artists
For two days every April, the Viterbi School of Engineering showcases its students’ visual side. Visitors to the Viterbi Museum in Ronald Tutor Hall are treated to paintings, drawings, photographs and sculpture produced by the same minds that generate complex computer codes or new biomedical devices the rest of the year.
April 22, 2009
"Smart Surfboards" - that was the two word challenge issued to Professor Ed Maby's capstone class, a blend of electrical and mechanical engineering. Four teams took up the challenge and produced models that included features such as electronic steering, built-in iPods, cell phone connections and in-board displays showing wave shapes and recording rides.
January 26, 2009
Iridescent's Impact on Student Learning
Data from Iridescent between 2006-2008 shows increases in the number of courses, sessions and new topics, as well as increased participation by students, parents and program volunteers.
December 09, 2008
National Science Medalist Andrew J. Viterbi
Photo collage of a USC campus ceremony to honor Professor Andrew J. Viterbi, trustee, Viterbi School presidential chair and namesake of the Viterbi School of Engineering, for winning the 2007 National Medal of Science.
November 02, 2008
2008 Viterbi Commencement
Pomp, ceremony, circumstance and above all family, friends and the biggest smiles in Southern California.
May 16, 2008
E-Week at Viterbi
They creamed a couple of professors, jousted, raced tricycles and built human battleships in one of the most popular weeks of the school year for engineering students: E-Week. Take a look at this February 2008 collage of Viterbi School E-Week activities.
February 26, 2008
It's Glider Day! Undergraduate aerospace engineering students engage in some practical experimentation with fiberglass planes and have some fun too. Photos by Ben Murray.
November 20, 2007
Engineers on the March
These engineeering students are all about numbers and cymbals. As a group, members of Viterbi make up the largest contingent in the Trojan Marching Band, "The Greatest Marching Band in the History of the Universe," proving an analytial mind is also often a musical mind.
October 02, 2007
Viterbi Visits the USS Abraham Lincoln
A group of USC Viterbi School faculty and staff visit a Nimitz class nuclear powered aircraft carrier and meet some alumni along the way.;
August 01, 2007
A robotic boat built by a team of EE and CS grad students headed by Gaurav Sukhatme will be sampling water in Redondo Beach's King Harbor this summer, trying to find out what triggers algae blooms.
June 07, 2007
A Week in La Estanzuela, Honduras
A group of engineering undergraduates in Engineers Without Borders spent spring break in a small Honduran town gathering data to design a sustainable water distribution and sanitation station.
April 17, 2007