Welcome to the Department of Computer Science at the USC Viterbi School of Engineering.
Since the department's founding in 1968, our faculty have made pioneering contributions to fundamental and interdisciplinary fields of computing. These include cryptography, information theory, bioinformatics, and computational neuroscience to name but a few. Our recent accomplishments include foundational results in DNA computing, Internet technologies, software architectures and software development modeling, human-robot interaction, statistical natural language processing, game theory, human behavior, and Academy Award winning work in computer graphics. Today, the Department of Computer Science at USC is a research and education leader in computation, information, and digital media, offering innovative environments for interdisciplinary study and international collaboration.
CS Colloquium: Rong Ge (Microsoft Research) - Towards Provable and Practical Machine Learning Speaker: Rong Ge, Microsoft Research Talk Title: Towards Provable and Practical Machine Learning Series: CS Colloquium Abstract: Many problems --- especially machine...OHE 132
Big Data and Data Science: Some Hype but Real Opportunities Big Data and Data Science: Some Hype but Real Opportunities IMSC Seminar – Host: Cyrus Shahabi April 2 - 5:00-6:00pm SAL-101 Speaker:...SAL 101
CS Colloquium: Guy van den Broeck (KU Leuven) Speaker: Guy van den Broeck, KU Leuven Talk Title: TBA Series: CS Colloquium Host: Computer Science DepartmentOHE 132
CS Colloquium: Steve Checkoway (Johns Hopkins) - Revealing Reality Through Reverse Engineering Speaker: Steve Checkoway, Johns Hopkins Talk Title: Revealing Reality Through Reverse Engineering Series: CS Colloquium Abstract: Insecure computer systems in the wild...OHE 132
Electrical Engineering Seminar Speaker: Dr. Yanzhi Wang, University of Southern California Talk Title: Energy Efficiency Enhancement Techniques in Energy Generation, Storage, and Consumption...EEB EEB 248
CS Colloquium: Matt Fredrickson (University of Wisconsin-Madison) Speaker: Matt Fredrickson, University of Wisconsin-Madison Talk Title: TBA Series: CS Colloquium Host: Computer Science DepartmentOHE 132
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