USC Viterbi staff
Stories by USC Viterbi staff:
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.
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.
No flight of fancy: A robot wings its way to Germany
The first humanoid robot with its own airline ticket, Athena travels from USC to Germany’s Max Planck Institute.
Dean leads USC Viterbi team to India
Yannis C. Yortsos considers new corporate partnerships while meeting and greeting alums, advisers and parents during his annual visit.