Angelenos Versus New Yorkers: What Do They Talk About Online?
A new novel computational social science tool detects similarities/differences of topics in online conversation
A new novel computational social science tool detects similarities/differences of topics in online conversation
Industrial and systems engineering Ph.D. research led by Christopher Henson and Nathan Decker receives honorable mention from 2021 North American Manufacturing Research Conference.
Even in the midst of the pandemic, USC Viterbi professors continued to prioritize K-12 outreach, engaging in projects aimed to foster learning and incite passion for science and engineering
The systems engineering pioneer is one of five new Fellows recognized by the International Council on Systems Engineering.
The Master of Science in Applied Data Science graduate was supported in his research by the Epstein Institute and supervised by Phebe Vayanos and Andres Gomez.
In a return to in-person graduation, the Class of 2020 and 2021 celebrate “passage to a post-COVID new world”
Research spans from self driving cars, virtual touch, AI for good, teaching machines commonsense and electromagnetic device design.
Mulroe has been researching the impact of digital health interventions on the quality of care for children with an Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Thrift has been involved with Engineers Without Borders, Women in Engineering and has worked with USC’s Center for Sustainability Solutions on plans to reduce USC’s carbon footprint.
Graduating senior, Zubeck was an Eboard member of Robogals USC and will now go on to a role in the Los Angeles office of consulting firm Protiviti.
The Daniel J. Epstein Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering student has been awarded the fellowship to pursue research in optimization for group decision making.
The startup is creating a digital platform that brings transparency to government benefits for low-income populations and their case managers to help end cyclical homelessness and poverty
After last year’s postponement because of COVID-19, the 42nd annual event celebrated honorees General (retired) Ellen Pawlikowski, alumnus Juan Perez of UPS and Geena Davis.
The ISE student was recently named a finalist for the prestigious Dr. John R. Hubbard Recognition Award
Researchers at USC Viterbi have developed a unique low-cost dynamically-controlled surface for 3-D printers that reduces waste and saves time.
Kejriwal is a finalist in the American Association for the Advancement of Science’s 2021 Early Career Award for Public Engagement with Science.
USC Viterbi-developed technology that helps robots navigate labyrinthine retail warehouses honored in international awards.
Industrial and systems engineering senior Carlos Acosta is active in a range of student organizations, as well as much-needed volunteer relief efforts for his homeland of Venezuela.
Allison Fischer and Elise Adreon have been honored with Ava Doner Memorial Undergraduate Scholarships.
An optimization expert who harnesses mathematics to improve industries and a leader in astronautical and systems engineering are USC Viterbi’s newest members of the National Academy of Engineering.
Victoria Stodden brings a background in statistics and law and a research focus on reproducibility to the Daniel J. Epstein Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering.
The first Surprise Cake was prototyped during Jordan Long’s time at USC Viterbi – now he’s showcasing them on “Shark Tank.”
The Microsoft grant will help develop knowledge graphs for a COVID-19 data infrastructure.
Jonathan Messer, M.S. ’18, put his systems engineering degree to use during a global pandemic and a humanitarian mission in Central America. He’s now taking it to outer space.
USC ISI scientists research urgency detection in short crisis situations through social media
Researchers at USC Viterbi have uncovered a highly unusual network pattern within the Panama Papers, showing how fortunes can be easily hidden in secretive offshore shell corporations, and how these remain difficult to trace and take down.
Both lecture series launch the week after Labor Day, offering students a comprehensive faculty coverage of COVID-19 and a series on sustainable energy with Dean Yortsos
Projects centered on precision agriculture, water modeling using AI, and smog-reducing architecture have been recognized in the USC Center for Sustainability Solutions’ latest grants.
The USC Viterbi alumna and founder of Kailey’s Queens organizes events for 9- to 16-year-olds that foster friendship, learning and fun
Motivated to engineer a better world for all humanity, USC Viterbi celebrates graduates who have pursued academic excellence and impacted their communities.
Soraya Levy, Senior and Grand Challenges Scholar, Started Reimagining Our World by Reimagining Her Own Education
How Julia Sircar, a Class of 2020 graduate, came to work with top engineers to combat a pandemic.
The student chapter of the Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers (IISE) at USC presented the conference on campus from February 28 – March 1, 2020.
USC researchers and alumni emphasize innovation and collaboration to support the fight against COVID-19 on the front lines.
Annual rankings by U.S. News & World Report also keep USC Viterbi among the top five private engineering schools
The National Academy of Inventors has recognized Siegel for his career as a systems engineering pioneer working on major military, intelligence and commercial projects.
Dean’s Professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering and Information Sciences Institute Fellow has been awarded the Harry H. Goode Memorial Award.
Manufacturers, medical device companies and the general public will soon have access to powerful AI-driven 3-D printing software, the result of six years of research.
New tool from the Center for Artificial Intelligence in Society at USC aims to prevent suicide among youth
Duet is the world’s first student-built micro-philanthropy platform designed to connect donors with refugees and local stores in a more personalized and dignified way
Pang was recognized with the 2019 John von Neumann Theory Prize by the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences.
The group from USC’s Institute of Industrial & Systems Engineers student chapter was supported by Microsoft to tour its facilities and make valuable industry connections in the Pacific Northwest tech hub.
Moghaddam was elected for development of physics-based computational algorithms; Khoshnevis was elected for innovations in manufacturing and construction.
USC Viterbi and the Center for Advanced Manufacturing will develop education platform to prepare U.S. workforce for challenges, opportunities in advanced manufacturing
Sophomores and juniors from across the nation participate in cutting-edge research and get a taste for Trojan life
The Norway conference included 10 talks by USC faculty, researchers and students.
USC researchers are drawing inspiration from mollusks to build lightweight, strong materials for wearable technology and more.
Faculty members Renyuan Xu and Andrés Gómez to bring new expertise to the department.
Professor James Moore’s analysis of Metro’s “Twenty-Eight by ‘28” public transportation initiative raises concerns about costs, effects on bus ridership, especially among the poor, and overall effectiveness.
The USC Viterbi alumna was presented with the award during May at the Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers annual conference in Orlando, Florida.
Faculty, staff and students of the Daniel J. Epstein Department of Industrial & Systems Engineering gathered on April 18 for the 2019 Spring Banquet.
The inaugural ISE Distinguished Alumni Award was presented to Daniel J. Epstein at the April 3 mixer in Downtown Los Angeles.
USC alumnus and Chief Information and Engineering Officer at UPS, Juan Perez presented the Daniel J. Epstein Department of Industrial Engineering’s flagship event, the Eberhardt Rechtin Keynote Lecture.
At the 41st Viterbi Awards, NAE President Dan Mote Jr., alumna and Northrop Grumman VP Linnie Haynesworth, and SpaceX President Gwynne Shotwell were honored.
The USC student group joined over 150 delegates at Berkeley for the Institute of Transportation Engineers Annual Student Leadership Summit.
Chair for Daniel J. Epstein Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering assumes Dean’s Professor role.
Jake Beaudin and his team created the app in 24 hours. They recently launched it to the tech industry at CES Las Vegas and will soon present it in Germany.
USC Viterbi Students encouraged to apply
USC Viterbi leads initiative to bring research and technology innovation to foreign policy challenges
The project, led by Assistant Professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering Phebe Vayanos, will use sensor technology to better assess landslide risk.
New Algorithm Can Improve Outcomes in Assigning Housing to Homeless Youth and Change Housing Policy
Renowned research scientist Maged Dessouky assumes leadership role for ISE department
After long nights that muddled into early mornings in SAL, CED, and Leavey, they’re ready to set sail
2018 USC Viterbi master’s students shared hugs, laughs and memories at graduation ceremonies.
Accomplishments of Viterbi Master’s students celebrated at the second annual event
At the 2018 USC Viterbi Ph.D. Hooding and Awards ceremony, the intellectual descendants of Curie, Drexler and Viterbi took the stage.
Alexa, Brock and Olivia Hudnut are the ultimate Trojan trio.
In a groundbreaking project, USC Viterbi School of Engineering and USC Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work to identify at-risk active military personnel and veterans.
Legendary alums and engineering pioneers honored at the 40th Viterbi Awards
USC Viterbi faculty, students receive multiple awards at the 2018 OCEC Awards and Honors Banquet.
USC Neely Center for Ethical Leadership and Decision Making brings together government, academia and private enterprise to advance ethical decision-making
USC’s Engineers Without Borders tackles water deficiency in Guatemala with rainwater
Diana Valenzuela takes home the night’s top honor: the John R. Hubbard Award
Engineers create nature-inspired 3-D printed solutions for one of the worst manmade dilemmas.
USC Viterbi alumnus Kenneth Hekimian and his family recently dedicated a bench in honor of his mentor, Howard Laitin, a former USC adjunct professor and Hughes Aircraft chief scientist.
USC stem cell scientists used a new “ecosystem of tools” designed by ISI researchers to analyze massive amounts of data to document the similarities and differences between kidney development in humans and mice
An algorithm developed by USC researchers could help public health programs better locate, and treat, people living with undiagnosed infectious diseases, says a new study.
Due to overwhelming demand, USC offers its second course on the technology behind cryptocurrency that’s changing the way the world does business
The virtual, cloud-based platform will help researchers share and manage vast amounts of data online.
Quantum machine catalyzes machine learning efforts in Higgs identification challenge
USC STEM middle and high school students descend upon an open house tour of USC’s Center for Advanced Manufacturing
Computer scientists, social work researchers and academics from other fields recently gathered at USC to discuss the potential of AI to make the world a better place.
Biological structures may provide insight to prevent and treat sports-related injuries.
Top researchers gather at USC this summer to work towards using AI to improve the world.
Cross-disciplinary researchers convene to report on the state of the art of nonconvex statistical learning.
Academia, industry converge for LA-based trifecta of manufacturing research conferences.
USC Center for Artificial Intelligence in Society Hosts First AI and Social Work Fellows Program; Problems Studied to Include Suicide Prevention; Resettlement of Refugees; Wildlife Conservation
Accomplishments of Viterbi Masters students celebrated in inaugural event
Graduating students from the USC Viterbi School of Engineering were recognized on May 10th at the 2017 Undergraduate Viterbi Awards for their academic, leadership, and service achievements.
Augustine Esogbue, Ph.D. ISE ’68, reflects on his career and his time at USC
HonestFi, a startup that provides financial services to low-income Americans without the sky-high commissions, has won the 2017 Min Family Challenge.
The 39th annual Viterbi Awards celebrated the legacy of Andrew Viterbi and recognized industry and alumni leaders alongside emerging startups.
How one USC Viterbi professor uses computer modeling to influence public health policy.
A USC Viterbi professor has made Connected World’s list of Top 10 Pioneers in IoT.
The opening of the USC Viterbi Center for Advanced Manufacturing promises to help usher in a new age how things are made.
Emir Ucer takes a personal approach to solving the ergonomic problems facing relocating displaced people
Course combines engineering with foreign policy and international development
Two USC Viterbi undergraduates propose a life-saving systems approach to tackle the greatest refugee crisis in modern history
3D printed projects by students get ready to go from lab to market, including one ‘Spectacles Squad’.
Next Generation Ethics Symposium brought together diverse field of decision analysis experts