Mahta Moghaddam elected to the National Academy of Engineering
Moghaddam is recognized for her work in the development of physics-based computational algorithms for mapping of subsurface characteristics.
What Happens When 100 Million People Run Out of Water?
Essam Heggy Calls for More Water Education in the Scientific Community.
Electrical and Computer Engineers Do It All
No other discipline is as broad or influences as wide a range of technologies as Electrical and Computer Engineering. More than just circuit and chip design, our researchers lead the way in fields such as Machine Learning, AI, Internet of Things, Brain Imaging, Quantum Technology, and Speech and Language Processing.
The research we do has a profound impact on everything from medicine, to energy efficiency, to communication and cellular technology – and so much more. In our department you’ll find a place to nurture your creativity, work with amazing new tools, and be exposed to exciting technology.
What is Electrical Engineering?
Electrical Engineering and the Brain
Electrical Engineering and Smartphones
Electrical Engineering and Green Energy
Wed, Feb 20, 2019
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Location: EEB 132
Speaker: Farshad Lahouti, California Institute of Technology Talk Title: Learning from Oracle or Crowd: Budget fidelity trade-offs and query design strategies Series: Center for Cyber-Physical Systems and Internet of Things Abstract:...
Wed, Feb 20, 2019
3:15 PM - 4:15 PM
Location: EEB 248
Speaker: Dr. Wael AbdAlmageed, USC-ISI Talk Title: AI, Biometrics and Computer Vision @ VISTA Abstract: In this talk, I will describe various ongoing research activities at computer vision group at USC Information Sciences Institute that...
Mahta Moghaddam and Behrokh Khoshnevis Elected to NAE
Moghaddam was elected for development of physics-based computational algorithms; Khoshnevis was elected for innovations in manufacturing and construction.
You Are Not Here By Accident
Linnie Haynesworth, USC Viterbi’s 2019 Mark A. Stevens Distinguished Alumni Award recipient, pens a letter to her younger Trojan self.
USC Viterbi alumnus Ken Richardson has written a new book about how America can once again become the world’s leader in tech.