AI to Better Diagnose and Treat Renal Cancer and COVID-19

AI to Better Diagnose and Treat Renal Cancer and COVID-19

USC researchers are using AI to fuel more confident diagnosis of renal tumors, as well as more customized treatment for cancer patients and patients infected with COVID-19.

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SpaceX Makes History & Along With It, Continues the Trojans’ Legacy in Space

Contributions of USC Viterbi students, researchers and alumni to the groundbreaking next chapter of space travel

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Catching Defects Before They Multiply

Catching Defects Before They Multiply

USC and IBM researchers use deep learning to identify manufacturing issues before they spread, reducing wasted time, money and materials.

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USC Aerodesign Team Takes First Place for the Third Time at the Annual AIAA Design/Build/Fly Competition

USC Aerodesign Team Takes First Place for the Third Time at the Annual AIAA Design/Build/Fly Competition

From among 113 teams around the world, USC students came in first in the remote fly-off and also won best report at the 2019-2020 competition.

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Darwin’s Evolutionary Theory Could Help Fight Cancer

Darwin’s Evolutionary Theory Could Help Fight Cancer

Computational models developed by USC researchers show adaptively controlling tumor cell populations to keep them in competition can more effectively treat cancer.

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What is Aerospace & Mechanical Engineering?

Aerospace and mechanical engineers design and build unique, complex mechanical-optical-electronic (mechoptronic) systems, ranging in scale from the International Space Station to microscale electric generators and pumping systems.

A broad range of engineering science research is critical to developing novel, complex mechoptronic systems. As a consequence, aerospace and mechanical engineers conduct extensive basic and applied research within and crossing their usual disciplinary boundaries, they also synthesize research from many other disciplines.

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Mitul Luhar Selected to Attend the 2020 NAE Frontiers of Engineering

Mitul Luhar, the Henry Salvatori Early Career Chair and assistant professor in aerospace and mechanical engineering, has been selected to attend the 2020 NAE Frontiers of Engineering. The Frontiers of Engineering (FOE) program brings together about a 100 early career engineers from around the United States to discuss the most pressing engineering challenges we face as a society. The topics … Read More

Assad Oberai Elected ASME Fellow

Assad Oberai, Hughes Professor of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering and Interim Vice Dean of Research at the USC Viterbi School of Engineering, was elected a Fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME). Under 4 percent of ASME members receive this distinction. Congratulations to Professor Oberai!

AME Student Randi Arteaga Featured in AIAA Member Spotlight

Randi Arteaga, a third-year aerospace engineering major at USC Viterbi, was featured in the AIAA Los Angeles-Las Vegas section January 2020 newsletter. This year, Arteaga serves as the chair of the AIAA USC student chapter. Read the full spotlight here.

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Helping La Peñita Through COVID-19

Helping La Peñita Through COVID-19

Travis Mendoza, ’16, came to Mexico to build a hotel; when the pandemic struck, he began to focus more on building a community.

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AI to Better Diagnose and Treat Renal Cancer and COVID-19

AI to Better Diagnose and Treat Renal Cancer and COVID-19

USC researchers are using AI to fuel more confident diagnosis of renal tumors, as well as more customized treatment for cancer patients and patients infected with COVID-19.

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