The Das Family Innovate x LA Student Competition challenges students to develop high-impact urban solutions and compete for a $15,000 prize.
USC Viterbi Professor Bora Gencturk to Turkey to investigate the resilience of buildings impacted by the recent earthquakes.
A USC Viterbi study shows how on-site construction can go remote.
From the communal baths of Rome to the Great Stink of London and the fortuitously named sanitary engineer Thomas Crapper, USC scholars tell the history of plumbing through the ages.
EARTH WEEK: Wood burning stoves are fouling the air in Fairbanks. USC Viterbi is bringing together students from across the university to clean the city’s air with “chimney cherries” that filter out smoke particles.
Persistence and a love of math and science led first-generation college student Mayla Rodriguez to USC Viterbi’s civil engineering program.
Inspired by an episode of TV’s Megastructures, Joshi went all in on construction and engineering.
Chloroplast-fortified 3D-printer ink may strengthen products like custom sneaker soles.
USC researchers 3D-printed the next-generation of high strength, lightweight structures that can autonomously heal impact damage.
USC alum Viry Martino played a critical role in the construction of the Cross Border Xpress, the first bridge to connect the U.S. to a foreign airport terminal.