Study Abroad!Nearly every person has traveling the world on their bucket list, so taking advantage of studying abroad in college is a great way to visit a new country! Luckily, there are plenty of different study abroad programs at USC that engineering majors can take advantage of! Viterbi Summer Overseas Program The Viterbi Summer Overseas Program is a 6-7 week ...
Viterbi ClassWithin and outside Viterbi, we're bringing you stories from inside the classroom. Learn More Viterbi PlusWhat are some of our things about student life? Explore them here. Learn More Viterbi CareersCurious about after graduation? We have stories about our plans. Learn More Viterbi OrgsIf you're looking at how to get more involved, you've come to the right place. Learn ...
Although engineering is commonly known as field with very few women, here at USC there are lots of girls studying engineering. So many in fact, that at USC the percentage of women studying engineering is twice the national average! Check out the video below to hear from some women engineering majors at USC.
"Location--we're in the LA area! There's so much energy""It felt like home. So many great friends from all backgrounds.""The perfect balance between academics and becoming involved"
Collaboration vs. CompetitionUSC takes a unique approach to academic competition - it doesn't have it. Engineering courses are all project based and team based. In industry, no one works alone against their colleagues, people collaborate, work together and help each other succeed. USC starts you off doing that from day one. Listen to students view on competition and collaboration at USC.
Lab Facilities!Many students in Viterbi participate in various research projects around campus and with USCs many talented professors. Upon working in a lab then you get to have a hands on experience with the material you learn in class and you get to use some of the facilities and lab equipment that USC has to offer! Watch the clip to ...
As you start getting acceptances to different schools, try and see where you can see your self succeeding and enjoying the next four years of your life. Every school has a different environment, culture and fit. Watch this clip to see what makes USC unique from an engineering student's point of view and the environment and culture that USC Viterbi ...
Student Org Showcase: Electrical EngineeringThe USC Autonomous Underwater Vehicle team focuses on the design, construction, and control of a fully functional autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV). A completely undergraduate student run organization, the team participates annually in the International Robosub Competition, which challenges top universities from around the world to create and program autonomous underwater vehicles capable of completing a variable series of tasks. ...
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Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering with Professor Geoffrey Spedding Example CourseAME 105, Introduction to Aerospace EngineeringResearch InterestGeophysical fluid dynamics, animal aero- and hydrodynamics, turbulenceFun FactPh.D. in Zoology (with Civil Engineering Department) from the Department of Zoology, University of Bristol, Bristol, England.
Electrical Engineering with Professor Krishna Nayak Example CourseFreshman Engineering Academy and Undergraduate Courses in Signal ProcessingResearch InterestRapid magnetic resonance imaging, medical image acquisition and reconstructionFun FactTriple Majored with BS degrees in Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, and Applied Math from Florida State University
Industrial Systems Engineering with Professor Geza Bottlik Example CourseUndergraduate Courses in topics like Scheduling, Automation, Analysis and Design of Production SystemResearch InterestOperations Research, Inventory Systems and Engineering EconomyFun FactUSC Alumni, received an MS in Mechanical engineering
Chemical Engineering with Professor Andrea Armani Example CourseMASC 350, Nanostructured Materials: Design, Synthesis, and Processing Research InterestBiological and chemical sensors and microfluidics, development of novel surface chemistries, optical device design and characterization, and synthesis of optical materialsFun FactWorld Economic Forum names Andrea Armani one of 30 "Exceptional Scientists under 40" in the world
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Computer Science with Professor Hao Li Example CourseCSCI, Computer Graphics FS 2014Research Interestalgorithms on dynamic shape reconstruction and non-rigid registration are widely deployed in the industry, ranging from leading visual effects studios to defense projects and manufacturers of state-of-the-art radiation therapy systemsFun FactIn collaboration with Artec Group, developed Shapify.me, a free software that allows anyone to create their own 3D ...
Biomedical Engineering with Professor David D'Argenio Example CourseBME 210: Biomedical Computational MethodsResearch InterestIncludes focusing on the development of advanced modeling and computational methods for studying the absorption, distribution and elimination of therapeutic drugsFun FactUSC Alumni, Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering
Civil Engineering with Professor Patrick Lynett Example CourseCE 499, Basic Coastal Engineering Research InterestModeling of coastal processes, multi-scale, high-performance computation, complex, turbulent, and nonlinear wave dynamicsFun FactBest Graduate Student Paper Award, given annually by the Offshore, Ocean and Arctic Division of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)
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