Ben Paul is communications manager for the Ming Hsieh Institute at the USC Viterbi School of Engineering.
Stories by Ben Paul:
Artificial intelligence gets multimillion-dollar boost at USC Viterbi
Three electrical and computer engineers will use $2 million from DARPA to address the challenge of training AI.
Research into machine-learning specialty finds new home at USC Viterbi
A $1.5 million grant from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency will help USC build a foundation in the burgeoning field of transfer learning.
Can depression and anxiety be treated by stimulating brain signals?
Maryam Shanechi of USC Viterbi expands upon her revolutionary research into treating neuropsychiatric disorders via brain-machine interfaces.
Mahta Moghaddam, Behrokh Khoshnevis elected to National Academy of Engineering
The professors are among the 12 academy members elected from USC Viterbi since 2008.
What is coded computing and why is it vital for cellphones and the internet?
Engineering student Qian Yu wins a Google Fellowship for his work in a new field that began at USC.
Trojan helps build eye implants for people with retina degeneration
Electrical engineer reveals what to know about triggers — and how the right ones, at the right time, can change everything.
Sodium-based batteries could make your smartphone cheaper and cleaner
USC Viterbi School of Engineering researchers create a solution that brings better batteries within reach.
Andrew J. Viterbi and Ming Hsieh named fellows of the National Academy of Inventors
Prestigious honor recognizes USC trustees for their innovations in cellular technology and fingerprint identification.
Shri Narayanan named first holder of the Niki and C. L. Max Nikias Chair in Engineering
The chair honors the legacy of USC’s 11th president and his wife.
Imagine talking to a 3-D projection of a friend on your phone
That fantastical technology could one day be a reality, thanks to research from three prize-winning USC researchers.
A look at engineering’s version of The Breakfast Club … with lasers
Alan Willner embraces the cultural and religious differences among the 14 doctoral students in his USC photonics lab.