Ming Hsieh Department of Electrical Engineering Media Coverage

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Sputnik News: Will Spherical Music Venues in London and Las Vegas Really Produce Great Sound? :

Jun 29, 2018

Sound Expert Chris Kyriakakis, Professor of Audio Signal Processing, speaks about acoustic challenges of new dome-shaped venues in London and Las Vegas.

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Wall Street Journal: Can a computer program make humans more human?

Jun 22, 2018

Shri Narayanan works on better decoding human signals so we can learn from ourselves.

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Swarthmore College: Valero-Cuevas Receives Honorary Degree from Swarthmore

Jun 08, 2018

Francisco Valero-Cuevas was awarded an honorary degree from his alma mater, Swarthmore College for his scientific contributions. He spoke at Swarthmore’s commencement ceremony on May 27, 2018

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Watch the Viterbi Satellite Commencement Ceremonies Streaming

May 09, 2018

Ph.D. on 5/10 at 9am PDT, Undergraduate on 5/11 at 11am PDT, Graduate on 5/11 at 3pm PDT, Computer Science Graduate on 5/11 at 6:30pm PDT

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Nature: Quantum Machine Goes in Search of the Higgs Boson

Jan 29, 2018

Research by Daniel Lidar applying quantum computing to a physics problem for the first time was featured.

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National Academy of Inventors: Andrew Viterbi and Ming Hsieh named NAI Fellows

Dec 12, 2017

Viterbi and Hsieh selected for demonstrating a spirit of innovation in creating or facilitating inventions that have made a tangible impact on quality of life, economic development, and welfare of society

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YouTube: 8th Annual EE Research Festival

Dec 08, 2017

Students from across the department shared their work with colleagues, faculty, and industry affiliates in a day-long event celebrating EE Research

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American Physical Society: Mihailo Jovanovic Named Fellow of the American Physical Society

Nov 03, 2017

Professor Jovanovic was recognized for profound contributions to stability and flow control, and the application of control-theoretic and optimization techniques to the analysis of wall-bounded shear flows, drag reduction, and viscoelastic fluids.

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Quartz: This music production tool is the reason why all new music sounds the same

Aug 13, 2017

Chris Kyriakakis was quoted on how recorded music changes once it leaves the studio

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LA Times: USC study finds that movies are still dominated by men, on- and off-screen

Aug 13, 2017

The LA Times highlighted the SAIL lab and a study on diversity and stereotypes in movie dialogues

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IARPA: IARPA Launches “QEO” Program to Develop Quantum Enhanced Computers

Apr 27, 2017

USC selected to lead quantum computing team which will include CalTech, Harvard, Berkeley MIT, University College London, Saarland University, University of Waterloo, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Lockheed Martin, Northrup Grumman, NASA Ames Research Center and Texas A&M

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IEEE Spectrum: Algorithm Aims to Predict Bickering Among Couples

Apr 25, 2017

Research by Theodora Chaspari with colleagues in the SAIL lab and USC Dornsife was highlighted

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USC Viterbi: Fall 2016 USC Viterbi Magazine

Oct 07, 2016

Check out the latest issue of our digital magazine!

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New York Times: How Long Is an Actress Onscreen?

Sep 14, 2016

A tool co-developed by Shri Narayanan with Google and GDI to analyze representation in film was featured.

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Social Work Today: Social Services Software-Evaluating Therapist Empathy With Psychotherapy Software

Jul 25, 2016

Shri Narayanan’s research, which focuses on developing software that can detect therapist empathy as a tool for training, was featured.

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Nature: Google Moves Closer to a Universal Quantum Computer

Jun 27, 2016

Daniel Lidar was quoted about quantum computing advances.