Comprehensive coverage of the award of the 2007 National Medal of Science to USC Trustee and Engineering School namesake Dr. Andrew J. Viterbi, including the White House ceremony and preceding black-tie reception.
President George W. Bush has announced that USC trustee and namesake of the Viterbi School of Engineering Andrew J. Viterbi is one of the recipients of the nation's highest honor for science and technology.
The USC Viterbi School was selected as one of 33 recipients of a 2008 HP Labs Innovation Research Award, which is designed to encourage open collaboration with HP Labs resulting in mutually beneficial, high-impact research.
As many as five outstanding seniors studying electrical or biomedical engineering at the San Luis Obispo college will this fall be able to speed their paths to USC MS degrees through the new Viterbi Integrated Masters of Science Program
In a new paper called "Math and Music: The Perfect Match," pianist/computational engineer Elaine Chew proposes applications of the increasingly powerful discipline of Operations Research to the ancient art of pitched and rhythmic sound.
The newspaper portrays the Viterbi School as the destination for "an academic tidal wave from the Indian Ocean," thanks to its excellent overseas reputation, outreach trips and welcoming campus environment. The article spotlights Indian Student Association president Guarav Kumar, Senior Associate Dean Cauligi Raghavendra and others.
The Viterbi School and Seoul National University have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to begin collaborative programs in digital communications, image and video signal processing and other areas of electrical engineering.
The Ming Hsieh Department of Electrical Engineering professor wins the IEEE’s inaugural Computer Society Technical Committee on Parallel Processing Outstanding Service award, as well as a Best Paper award.
The Viterbi School's Chris Kyriakakis recently staged Karlheinz Stockhausen’s piano duet Mantra, at Disney Hall, utilizing the immersive audio technology he developed at USC. Mechanical Engineering junior Ilya Golosker, an editor of Illumin online magazine, attended.
Two researchers from the Ming Hsieh Department of Electrical Engineering present a chip that can detect radio frequency signals coming from 49 distinct angles; applications range from search and rescue to biomedical imaging.
Solomon W. Golomb of the Ming Hsieh Department has added to what may be USC's longest list of faculty honors with his appointment January 17 as Distinguished Professor of Electrical Engineering and Mathematics.
More than 120 experts from four continents assembled at USC for the first-ever conference on quantum error correction. The technique, first proposed in 1995, may be the key to computers with extraordinary capabilities.
Tomlinson Holman, the Hsieh department faculty member whose THX system revolutionized sound in movie theaters, has again been recognized by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers for his contributions to audio recording and reproduction.
Simon Ramo, the “R” in TRW and a founding member of the National Academy of Engineering, has accepted to an offer to join the faculty of the Viterbi School’s Ming Hsieh Department of Electrical Engineering.