USC Viterbi Professors Azad Madni and Jong-Shi Pang Inducted into the National Academy of Engineering

USC Viterbi Professors Azad Madni and Jong-Shi Pang Inducted into the National Academy of Engineering

An optimization expert who harnesses mathematics to improve industries and a leader in astronautical and systems engineering are USC Viterbi’s newest members of the National Academy of Engineering.

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Computer Vision Predicts Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia

Computer Vision Predicts Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia

New Tool Offers Means to Phenotype Patients

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WIRED: Proning COVID Patients Seems to Save Lives

Andrea Armani was interviewed on simple interventions that can improve COVID-19 patient outcomes

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Computer Vision Predicts Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia

Computer Vision Predicts Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia

New Tool Offers Means to Phenotype Patients

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New Atlas: Photosynthetic Printing Material Gets Stronger with Exposure to Light

3D-printing research by Qiming Wang and colleagues which was inspired by “Popeye the Sailor” was featured.

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  • NASA Moves Orion to Vehicle Assembly Building
    Lockheed Martin engineers and technicians install the heat shield to the Orion crew module July 25, 2018 | Credit: Kim Shiflett; NASA Spaceflight Now reports that NASA teams at the Kennedy Space Center “moved the Orion spacecraft for the Artemis 1 moon mission into the Vehicle Assembly Building Tuesday for stacking on top of the Space Launch […]
  • Volocopter Conducts First Public Demonstration of VoloDrone
    VoloDrone. | Credit: SERU Film Produktion GmbH; Wikipedia; CC BY 4.0 Aviation Week reports that Volocopter and DB Schenker “conducted the first public demonstration of the VoloDrone heavy-lift unmanned cargo aircraft at the ITS World Congress in Hamburg on Oct. 12, and followed up by announcing plans for a mobile takeoff and landing platform for the […]
  • Starliner Valve Investigation Focuses on Moisture Interaction with Propellant
    Boeing’s CST-100 Starliner spacecraft mounted atop a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. | Frank Michaux/NASA Space News reported that The Boeing Company continues to investigate what caused 13 of the CST-100 Starliner’s valves to stick in the closed position before its scrubbed test flight in early August. The […]
  • KC-46 Approved for TRANSCOM Missions
    A KC-46A refuels a B-2 Spirit over California, April 2019. | USAF/Wikipedia; public domain Air Force Times reported that Air Mobility Command announced Friday that the KC-46 Pegasus tanker “is now able to refuel the Air Force’s fourth-generation fighter jets during missions for U.S. Transportation Command, expanding the service’s air refueling capacity and the capability […]

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  • Azad Madni Appointed as Northrop Grumman Foundation Fred O’Green Chair in Engineering
    Azad Madni was appointed as Northrop Grumman Foundation Fred O’Green Chair in Engineering. He was also the recent recipient of the inaugural 2021 ASEE SED/INCOSE Outstanding Systems Engineering Educator Award, presented by the American Society for Engineering Education, and International Council on Systems Engineering. Madni is a Professor of Astronautical Engineering and the Executive Director […]
  • Azad Madni Appointed Dean’s Professor of Astronautics
    Azad Madni has been appointed the Dean’s Professor of Astronautics. This appointment recognizes Azad’s distinction in Astronautical Engineering. Azad Madni is a professor in the Department of Astronautical Engineering, with courtesy appointments in the Keck School of Medicine and the Rossier School of Education, and the Executive Director of the Systems Architecting and Engineering Program. […]
  • Professor Azad Madni Receives IEEE SMC Society’s Prestigious Norbert Wiener Award
    IEEE System, Man and Cybernetics Society’s prestigious Norbert Wiener Award in 2020 was presented on October 13, 2020 at the IEEE SMC Award Ceremony (virtual) to Azad Madni, professor of astronautical engineering and director of the Systems Architecting and Engineering program at USC Viterbi School of Engineering, for fundamental contributions to adaptive human-machine systems and […]