USC ISI Researchers Develop Computational Methods to Uncover Hidden Trends in Human Behavior
New research suggests studying and avoiding all-nighters could lead to greater student happiness
New research suggests studying and avoiding all-nighters could lead to greater student happiness
An algorithm created by USC researchers leverages social networks to optimize substance abuse intervention groups for homeless youth
Li will develop artificial intelligence techniques to create more realistic computer-generated humans for U.S. Navy immersive training simulations
Len Adleman, recent inductee to the National Inventors Hall of Fame, talks Internet memes and helps protect e-commerce as we know it.
Can virtual audiences make you a better public speaker?
In 2016, Facebook gave Brandon Schlinker a fellowship. In 2017, he and new fellow finalist Yi-Ching Chiu are making the network faster than ever.
USC stem cell scientists used a new “ecosystem of tools” designed by ISI researchers to analyze massive amounts of data to document the similarities and differences between kidney development in humans and mice
Stephanie Kemna, a PhD student who researches autonomous underwater vehicles, was part of a team recently honored with a 2017 NATO Science and Technology Organization’s (STO) Scientific Achievement Award
An algorithm developed by USC researchers could help public health programs better locate, and treat, people living with undiagnosed infectious diseases, says a new study.
Bacterial spores use “chemical magic trick” to create protective shell, study finds
NCWIT Award for Aspirations in Computing recipient Bekah Agwunobi plans to use computer science to drive social change
App utilizes virtual reality and natural language processing to create immersive space for unconscious bias training
Researchers receive $16.7 million grant to automatically translate and summarize “low-resource” language documents into English
From 3-D origami battles to VR journalism, the GamePipe Laboratory Fall 2017 Showcase showed the range and creativity of USC Games students
Over a thousand students participate in Viterbi’s “Code Dojo” for National Computer Science Education Week
A high school student’s family history leads her to team up with USC Viterbi students to build an app that can save farmworkers from heat death
Sven Koenig and Paul Rosenbloom recognized for outstanding contributions to science
USC will progress to world finals of Association for Computing Machinery’s International Collegiate Programming Contest in Beijing, China
Supported by the Keston endowment, ISI researcher Wei-Min Shen is working to combat deterioration in LA’s aging underground water networks
I3 to bring together academics and practitioners in engineering, business to develop a model for IoT-connected cities in the US
Prize of two GPUs will help propel prediction analysis research.
Veteran students like Neil Constantino come to USC to train for a new kind of war
At the USC Michelson Center, Fei Sha will bring an expertise in AI and commitment to interdisciplinary collaboration to tackle some of the most vexing issues in healthcare.
$4.95 million DARPA contract awarded to develop large-scale computational simulation of online social behavior
Project to combine machine learning and human forecasting to predict geopolitical events
Computer scientists, social work researchers and academics from other fields recently gathered at USC to discuss the potential of AI to make the world a better place.
USC Viterbi receives $4.5 million to help develop Internet of Battlefield Things
New research to explore the intersection of data, sensors and artificial intelligence.
Yigal Arens Honored for Contributions to Digital Government
The IEEE has recognized USC Viterbi’s Ramesh Govindan as being a leader in the advancement of Internet technology in the modern world.
Study co-authored by USC ISI highlights how positive behaviors are reinforced on social networks
Information Sciences Institute researchers work on the holy grail of machine translation: a universal system that supports the world’s languages — all 7,000 of them
CiSOFT, a joint venture between Chevron and USC Viterbi, creates innovative technologies beyond oil
Researchers and post-docs from the world’s leading universities came to USC this summer for CAIS Summer Fellows 2017 and to discover AI for social good.
Two USC Viterbi Professors are doing uncommon things with very common materials.
Fifteen years in the making, a new book by ICT’s Andrew Gordon and ISI’s Jerry Hobbs, dubbed “a computer’s guide to humans,” hits the shelves September 7.
ISI’s John Heidemann tracks internet outages as they hit Southeast Texas
New automated analysis of nearly 1000 scripts by USC finds stereotypes of women, race, and aging are created and reinforced in films
How a PhD student’s algorithm brought order to a chaotic world and won him a Google Fellowship in the process.
USC Center for Advanced Manufacturing team comes in first at the Agile Robotics for Industrial Automation Competition (ARIAC)
ISI today attracts more federal research funding than at any comparable time in its 45-year history. And the growing institute recently opened a new office in Greater Boston.
Top researchers gather at USC this summer to work towards using AI to improve the world.
Natalie Monger, a Presidential Scholar earning a combined computer science-business administration degree with a minor in dance performance, sets the stage for technology and art.
Researchers at the Division of Biokinesiology and Physical Therapy and the Viterbi School of Engineering team up to examine poor motor development in infants.
Ajitesh Srivastava, a computer science Ph.D. candidate, spends his free time entertaining crowds at L.A.’s comedy clubs.
USC Center for Artificial Intelligence in Society Hosts First AI and Social Work Fellows Program; Problems Studied to Include Suicide Prevention; Resettlement of Refugees; Wildlife Conservation
The world’s best video game program takes a victory lap at the USC GamePipe Laboratory Spring Showcase and Demo Day
Accomplishments of Viterbi Masters students celebrated in inaugural event
Graduating students from the USC Viterbi School of Engineering were recognized on May 10th at the 2017 Undergraduate Viterbi Awards for their academic, leadership, and service achievements.
Grants awarded to support cyber security, advance quantum computing and improve materials for energy use
April’s Festival took the medium to new depths
Honoring the work and dedication of USC Viterbi faculty and staff
Four distinguished junior USC Viterbi faculty appointed to Early Career Chairs
The undergraduate-organized Athena Hacks aims to transform the hackathon culture
Researcher Greg Ver Steeg partnered with Evidation Health and Google to investigate how online friends can make you fit
How Thuy Truong turned a cancer diagnosis into USC’s first ever ‘Hack for Health’
USC Viterbi School welcomes thousands of local children to campus for the 7th annual Robotics Open House
Five teams competed against each other over spring break at the USC Viterbi Graduate Hackathon to solve problems with facial clustering and IoT security
Autism Awareness Month: watch USC Viterbi short film on robots helping kids with autism. Also, a Q&A with Maja Matarić on the present and future of her research.
School marks robotics week with events across campus during April; simultaneously highlights National Autism Month with a feature film on socially assistive robotics
Felipe de Barros, a civil and environmental engineer, Han Wang, an electrical engineer and Ilias Diakonikolas and Wyatt Lloyd, both computer scientists, win the National Science Foundation’s top honor for junior faculty
New Data-Driven Journalism project by USC Annenberg and USC Viterbi Will Tell You
USC ISI leads a team of researchers from Northwestern University, Stanford University, and Paul Scherrer Institute to ensure manufacturing integrity of computer chips
Theoretical computer scientist Ilias Diakonikolas has received a prestigious two-year grant award from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
This engineering student is an extracurricular extraordinaire with a drive towards leadership.
Parag Havaldar was awarded the 2017 Academy Award in Technical Achievement
Lucas Hu uses game theory and computer science to fight wildlife poachers, end homelessness, and prevent teen suicide
Freshman Nikki Bisarya has already become an integral part of Shri Narayanan’s life-changing lab
Thornton graduate student teams up with USC ISI data scientists to break down the hidden factors that will help him find true love
Both Engineering and CS graduate programs ranked best in the nation
3D printed projects by students get ready to go from lab to market, including one ‘Spectacles Squad’.
At the Min Family Engineering Social Entrepreneurship Challenge kickoff, teams gathered in hopes of changing the world through new businesses.
Team from USC Viterbi, UC San Diego, and MIT Has Recipe for Detecting Outliers in High Dimensional Data Sets
Members of 17 burgeoning startups and their mentors recently met for the kickoff of the seventh annual Maseeh Entrepreneurship Prize Competition.
Innovators at ‘The Real Deal @ USC’ meet their matches with Gen. David Petraeus and fellow investors
A USC Viterbi Computer Scientist worries that robot-generated tweets could compromise the presidential election.
The “grandfather” of statistical machine translation taught computers to grade SAT essays, now he’s teaching them to grade Common Core
A joint center between USC Rossier and USC Viterbi might make the ‘Internet of Things’ a staple of K-12 classrooms
Researchers Greg Ver Steeg and Shirley Pepke have found a way to personalize ovarian cancer treatment. For Pepke, the answers can’t come fast enough
USC Viterbi and the USC Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work launch a new artificial intelligence center
Bringing together top faculty to provide thought leadership on smart cities and to secure infrastructure
New Software Co-Developed By SAIL Lab Will Tell You
A computer just read “The Hobbit”… and analyzed it
Since 2009, 13 USC Viterbi Faculty Have Been Recognized by MIT Technology Review
ISI data scientists get entangled with eHarmony to engineer the perfect match
Students in the USC – Base 11 Summer Mentorship Program complete inaugural session
How one recent USC Viterbi grad “augmented” the team responsible for Pokémania
New Algorithms Reduce Redundancies, Improve Efficiency and Identify More Specific Behavioral Targets for Intervention
USC Viterbi Celebrates 10th Anniversary of Computer Science Games Program
One CS student, his Prius, 9 cities, and a new hackathon every weekend