Smart buildings that keep us comfy and content might happen sooner than you think
Professor Shri Narayanan collaborates with researchers in the school of architecture to build smarter buildings that will improve our health.
Recent Grad to Join Facebook as It's First Robotics Engineer
Electrical engineer Eric Deng sees robots as future caretakers, companions and even therapists of sorts.
Electrical Engineers Do It All
No other discipline is as broad or influences as wide a range of technologies as Electrical Engineering. More than just circuit and chip design, Electrical Engineers at USC lead the way in fields such as Machine Learning, 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?
Imagine Swallowing a Battery. Now Imagine an Electronic Pill Powered by Your Own Stomach
Professor Dina El-Damak works to create low-power circuits and batteries with important biomedical applications.
Electrical Engineering and the Brain
Studying more than engineering makes for better engineers
Electrical Engineering and Smartphones
Our community is unique and groundbreaking… plus we have the beach!
Electrical Engineering and Green Energy
Engineering problems exist in the real world, and our obligation is to help solve them, in real time.
Mathematician-M.D. introduces a new methodology suggesting a solution to one of the greatest open problems in the history of mathematics
A completely new approach suggests the validity of the 110-year-old Lindelöf hypothesis, opening up the possibilities of new discoveries in quantum computing, number theory and cybersecurity
Could this material enable autonomous vehicles to come to market sooner and make them safer?
New material has optical properties that could enable better infrared detection for autonomous vehicles and assist firefighters