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: Bilge Mutlu (University of Wisconsin-Madison) - Human-Centered Methods and Principles for Designing Robotic Products Speaker: Bilge Mutlu , University of Wisconsin-Madison Talk Title: Human-Centered Methods and Principles for Designing Robotic Products Series: CS Colloquium Abstract:...SAL 101
Computer Science Tenured Faculty Meeting Invited faculty only. Event details will be emailed directly to invited attendees.RTH 526
CS Colloquium: Brian Scassellati (Yale University) - Building Models of Self and Task Speaker: Brian Scassellati, Yale University Talk Title: Building Models of Self and Task Series: CS Colloquium Abstract: This talk is an amalgamation...SGM 101
Big Data and Human Behavior Speaker Series: Matthias Mehl (Associate Professor) University of Arizona Abstract: How much time do we spend talking? Or laughing? Or arguing with others? How often do we show...Cammilleri Hall, BCI
Day-After-HotNets Mini-Workshop at USC Computer Science Speaker: Multiple, See Event Details Talk Title: Day-After-HotNets Mini-Workshop at USC Computer Science Series: CS Colloquium Abstract: We hope we will see...EEB 132
CS Colloquium: Chris J. C. Burges (Microsoft Research ) Speaker: Chris J. C. Burges , Microsoft Research Talk Title: From Machine Learning to Machine Comprehension? Plus, two challenge...SAL 101
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I came across an essay called "De Auditu" ("on listening to lectures"), by Plutarch, the Greek... Read More.August 29, 2014
Came across this article titled "What can the American and British education systems learn from classrooms... Read More.August 16, 2014
I imagine that nearly all academics ask themselves this question from time to time: "is my... Read More.August 06, 2014
Improving maritime Diesel engine efficiency and emissions through plasma ignition http://t.co/Ke436z46kX10/23 via Twitter