Daniel J. Epstein Department of Industrial & Systems Engineering Media Coverage

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One Zero : Could A.I. Help Get Homeless Youth Off the Streets?

Jun 05, 2019

By identifying patterns in successful rehousing, a research team in L.A. is working to make the housing system more efficient.

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USC Viterbi News: “A Ph.D. Is Our Call to Action”

May 10, 2019

USC Viterbi School of Engineering’s 2019 Ph.D. Hooding and Awards ceremony

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AirTalk: State audit says unsound decision making added billions to bullet train cost

Dec 07, 2018

Jim Moore was interviewed about the cost of the bullet train.

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LA Times: Inflation and delays could add billions more to bullet train project costs

Oct 12, 2018

James Moore was quoted in a story about the cost of the California bullet train project.

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Daily Beast: Platypus Venom Could Treat Diabetes

Jul 28, 2018

Research by Yang Yang and Yong Chen was highlighted on how the structure of lobster claws could be replicated to produce concussion-proof helmets for athletes.

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International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence: Milind Tambe Receives IJCAI 2018 John McCarthy Award

May 23, 2018

Milind Tambe, the Helen N. and Emmett H. Jones Professor in Engineering is being recognized for research and development of important practical applications of AI and multi-agent systems for social good.

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Watch the Viterbi Satellite Commencement Ceremonies Streaming

May 09, 2018

Ph.D. on 5/10 at 9am PDT, Undergraduate on 5/11 at 11am PDT, Graduate on 5/11 at 3pm PDT, Computer Science Graduate on 5/11 at 6:30pm PDT

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USC News: Is this the beginning of the end for Facebook?

Mar 28, 2018

In the wake of the Cambridge Analytica scandal and a #DeleteFacebook movement, USC experts look at how this week’s events might impact the social network.

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The Globe and Mail: Unfriended: Facebook backlash points to troubling new narrative

Mar 28, 2018

After stumbling through a series of political scandals about how Facebook’s technology and data have been manipulated to influence public opinion and undermine democracy, some are questioning how long Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg can survive.

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KPCC: How can we keep traffic flowing during emergencies like wildfires?

Feb 11, 2018

During a a radio interview, Jim Moore suggested reverse 911 calls as a strategy to prevent traffic jams in an emergency

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KPCC: Are California’s smooth roads worth the extra cost?

Feb 11, 2018

Jim Moore comments on whether it is important to invest in smoother roads as California’s infrastructure ages

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LA Times: California bullet train cost surges by $2.8 billion

Feb 11, 2018

Jim Moore was quoted on how large public infrastructure projects are communicated to the public

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L.A. Times: L.A.’s Dwindling Transit Ridership Isn’t Hard to Fix

Jan 29, 2018

Op-ed by Jim Moore discusses public transit in LA.

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USC News: What airline passengers want most: to get through security quickly

Nov 27, 2017

The advantages of programs like TSA Precheck far outweigh feared drawbacks, new study finds

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ABC7 Los Angeles: Could Increased Tolling be Solution to LA’s Traffic Problems?

Nov 03, 2017

Jim Moore was quoted on whether a new toll system would work to reduce traffic congestion in Los Angeles.

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INFORMS: Sze-chuan Suen wins Pierskalla Best Paper Award at 2017 INFORMS

Nov 01, 2017

Assistant professor Suen is recognized for research excellence in the field of health care management science

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USC News: New center at USC examines ethics and decision-making

Sep 15, 2017

Trustee Jerry Neely’s endowment supports a multidisciplinary center bringing together faculty from USC Marshall, USC Viterbi and USC Price

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Los Angeles Business Journal: Olympics-Sized Transit Effort

Aug 13, 2017

Jim Moore was interviewed about the Olympics coming to LA and the need for investment in more transit services to benefit the public

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Advanced Manufacturing.org: Strengthened Manufacturing Research at NAMRC 45

May 24, 2017

NAMRC 45 will be hosted by University of Southern California on June 4–8, 2017.

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CNN: Meet the man working with NASA to 3D print a colony on Mars

Feb 27, 2017

Pioneering USC Viterbi Professor Behrokh Khoshnevis has been working with NASA on the possibility of building a colony on Mars since 2011.

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Popular Science: John Carlsson Named a 2016 PopSci Brilliant 10

Sep 06, 2016

He is Recognized for Use of Geometry to ‘Re-Route the World’

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USC Viterbi: Azad Madni Honored for Systems Engineering Excellence

Aug 16, 2016

He is Recognized for Service to Industry and Boeing in Systems Engineering Excellence

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The New York Times: Future House: 3-D Printed and Ready to Fly

Jul 22, 2016

3D printing techniques and contour crafting developed by Behrokh Khoshnevis were highlighted.

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BBC: Five Transport Promises that Never Quite Changed the World

Jul 12, 2016

James Moore was quoted on transportation technology that did not have widespread applicability.

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San Gabriel Valley Tribune: Don’t railroad Los Angeles County taxpayers: Guest commentary

Jun 29, 2016

James Moore ran an op ed about funding Los Angeles’ transit services.

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89.3 KPCC: New Pedestrian Crosswalk Makes an Infamously Dangerous Intersection Safer

Jun 27, 2016

James Moore was quoted on how scramble cross-walks may improve safety and how to best implement the new system.

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CNN: Why we worry about flying

May 19, 2016

The disappearance of EgyptAir Flight 804, which vanished from radar on its way from Paris to Cairo, has once again caused people to ask the ubiquitous question: Is flying really safe?