USC and UCLA scientists collaborated on a research project for L.A. homeless service officials to address issues with racial bias within the triage tools that guide housing placement. The use of A.I. could help more people exit homelessness.
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As the Israel-Hamas war continues, USC experts are available to discuss the issue from an international relations perspective and to share insights on topics consequentially related to the war here in the United States.
The professor and USC alumnus is recognized at the White House with the highest honor for technological innovation.
USC and SCEC experts are available for interviews on earthquakes, in topics ranging from the physics underlying Earth movements to the financial fallout from natural disasters.
USC experts are available to discuss the historic conservation effort and the challenges that climate change poses to water management in the region. Read the full story on USC News here.
The U.S. Department of Energy has unveiled one of its most substantial commitments to date in support of climate-resilient infrastructure: $167 million in grants to enhance the nation's power grids, making them better able to withstand the climate-induced extreme weather events and natural disasters that have battered the country with increasing frequency and severity in recent years.
Former USC Viterbi faculty member Slaughter, a strong advocate for the inclusion of women and minorities in science and engineering, was the first Black person to be appointed as National Science Foundation director.
The engineering school celebrates the newly named Alfred E. Mann Department of Biomedical Engineering.
USC will lead a joint research effort to develop technologies for assessment of soil sustainability and health, tracking impacts of climate change on soils and providing tools for ensuring food security.
OK, it’s not an actual music festival — but we can dream with the help of a USC Viterbi student’s app!