Megan Hazle is a public communications specialist at the USC Viterbi School of Engineering where she handles media relations, manages social media, and writes about USC Viterbi faculty, students, and research.
Stories by Megan Hazle:
Thermal management a hot topic in microelectronic devices
USC and UCLA lead a team whose nanoscale findings advance a measurement study for the electronics industry.
It’s a three-peat: USC Viterbi online programs ranked No. 1
The advanced system gives working professionals global access to the same education obtained on campus by full-time students.
USC Viterbi online MS program repeats top ranking
The school’s Distance Education Network has been named the top online graduate computer science program in North America for the second year in a row.
Tambe tapped as fellow by computing association
Milind Tambe, professor of computer science at USC Viterbi, has been selected as a fellow by the Association for Computing Machinery.
USC Viterbi engineers develop faster 3-D printing process
USC Viterbi School of Engineering researchers have developed a faster 3-D printing process.
Willner to serve international society in key posts
USC Viterbi School of Engineering Professor Alan Willner has been elected vice president of The Optical Society.
Company founded by USC Viterbi researchers wins award
A company co-founded by biomedical researchers from USC Viterbi has been awarded a 2013 Breakthrough Innovator Award by Popular Mechanics.
ISI leads state’s effort in federal manufacturing initiative
The Information Sciences Institute has advanced to the next round of consideration for the expansion of a manufacturing initiative.
Dean Yortsos elected to Academy of Athens
USC Viterbi School of Engineering Dean Yannis C. Yortsos has been elected to the Academy of Athens for his contributions to fluid flow, transport and reaction processes in porous and fractured media.
MIT taps USC Viterbi programmer as a top innovator
Hao Li has been named one of the world’s top innovators under 35, according to the annual list announced by MIT Technology Review.
USC Viterbi hosts National Engineering Forum dialogue
The National Engineering Forum this week recognized the engineering, innovation and technology leadership of Los Angeles.
USC, Northrop Grumman collaborate on security systems
Northrop Grumman and the USC Energy Institute have agreed to develop capabilities to support the application of integrated cyber and physical security systems.
USC Viterbi collaborates with Northrop Grumman on cybersecurity
The USC Viterbi School of Engineering has joined the Northrop Grumman Cybersecurity Research Consortium.
USC Viterbi sets its sights on cybersecurity
Beginning this fall, the USC Viterbi School of Engineering will offer a master’s program in cyber security committed to leveraging advanced technology and educational methods.
Viterbi Startup Garage revs up for action
The Viterbi Startup Garage, an early-stage technology accelerator designed to provide financial and other strategic resources to a select group of USC student and alumni entrepreneurs, was launched by the USC Viterbi School of Engineering.
New research reveals the power of tsunamis
The earthquake zones off of certain coasts — such as those of Japan and Java, Indonesia — make them especially vulnerable to tsunamis, according to a new study.
Consortium Develops Models for the Care of Military Families
The USC School of Social Work’s Center for Innovation and Research on Veterans and Military Families co-hosted a consortium with the Army Behavioral Health Division’s Marriage and Family Therapy Program to develop a model for training mental health professionals treating military personnel and their families.