USC Viterbi staff
Stories by USC Viterbi staff:
Are women worse than men at salary negotiation?
USC researchers say this is a fallacy as their new study using virtual negotiating agents points to systemic bias on behalf of recruiters.
Enlisting the power of AI to fight California wildfires
USC Viterbi artificial intelligence experts are helping firefighters strategize how best to plan controlled burns and manage unexpected blazes.
How working from home has changed us
After March’s stay-at-home order took effect, USC researchers studied the impact of widespread work from home on well-being and productivity.
3 USC Viterbi professors named National Academy of Inventors fellows
Keith Chugg, Jay Kuo and Gerald Loeb join this year’s list of 175 distinguished academic inventors.
Semi-autonomous robot created at USC Viterbi disinfects cluttered spaces
LASER-D — Legged-Agile-Smart-Efficient Robot for Disinfection — can go most anywhere a person can go, disinfect the space and even check its work.
Decoding complex brain signal patterns could help people with neurological and mental disorders
A new algorithm developed by USC researchers may someday help a paralyzed patient move a robotic arm just by thinking about it.
🎧 How two Black engineers helped shape academia and business
Listen in as Wanda Austin — Carol L. Folt’s predecessor in USC’s top job — and John Slaughter, former leader of Occidental College and the University of Maryland, share their experiences and thoughts about what’s ahead.
🎧 How two kids from the Midwest became USC Viterbi’s first Black tenured professors
Listen in as Professors Stacey Finley and Timothy Pinkston describe their groundbreaking journeys.
5 scientific achievements that were accomplished remotely
As many of us work far from our offices, learn how USC Viterbi researchers engaged new frontiers from a distance — with projects ranging from a supersonic parachute to underwater robotic gliders.
USC Viterbi puts distance education experience to use during COVID-19
Watch how DEN@Viterbi, one of the top online engineering programs in the nation, is stepping up to help the whole engineering school go online during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In a season of giving, this student startup is transforming how we think about philanthropy
Duet — a student-built microphilanthropy startup — looks to connect donors with refugees and their family-owned stores in a more personalized and dignified way.
USC Viterbi’s Gisele Ragusa honored by the White House as top STEM educator
The professor was awarded the Presidential Award for Excellence in Science, Mathematics and Engineering Mentoring, the highest honor for STEM mentors.
Retired Gen. Ellen Pawlikowski named Judge Widney Professor
Pawlikowski, nationally recognized as a leader in science and engineering, will join the USC Viterbi School of Engineering faculty this fall.
Video: How AI can protect the world’s most endangered animals
Find out how new AI software from the USC Center for Artificial Intelligence in Society will help stop poachers in nearly 600 wildlife parks across 55 countries.
USC Viterbi selected as partner institution for State Department’s Diplomacy Lab
Program is designed to provide students and faculty with hands-on experience on global policy challenges.
Breakthrough brain research could yield new treatments for depression
Findings may yield new therapies for depression and anxiety among millions of patients.
USC engineers develop portable malaria screening instrument
New method exploits magnetic properties of parasite byproduct to detect all strains of the disease.
Michelson Hall laboratory named in memory of USC Viterbi executive vice dean
John O’Brien worked for nearly a decade to plan the state-of-the-art facility, part of the USC Michelson Center for Convergent Bioscience.
USC to lead project to build super-speedy quantum computers
The goal: machines that are at least 10,000 times faster than the best traditional computers.
In memoriam: John O’Brien, 48, USC Viterbi executive vice dean
A professor of electrical engineering-electrophysics, he was instrumental in coordinating student recruitment and academic programs across the engineering school.
Meet Adela Steinman, the lone woman in the engineering school’s Class of 1947
Adela Steinman was the lone female graduate in the School of Engineering’s 251-member Class of 1947, and one of the first women to earn a bachelor of engineering degree from USC
World’s most powerful quantum computer now online at USC
The new processor will be used to investigate the possibilities of the advanced technology on real-world problems.
The ins and outs of industrial and systems engineering
USC Viterbi Vice Dean James E. Moore II examines industrial engineering and the opportunities it presents.
Ming Hsieh elected to National Academy of Engineering
USC Viterbi dean lauds the recognition of the trustee’s impact in technology and engineering.