USC Viterbi Receives Three-Year NSF Grant to Train Engineers for the Future of Manufacturing

USC Viterbi and the Center for Advanced Manufacturing will develop education platform to prepare U.S. workforce for challenges, opportunities in advanced manufacturing

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General (Ret.) Ellen M. Pawlikowski named Judge Widney Professor at USC

Pawlikowski, nationally recognized as a leader in science and engineering, will join the USC Viterbi School of Engineering faculty this fall.

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Azad Madni Receives the Prestigious INCOSE 2019 Founders Award

Azad Madni becomes the first INCOSE fellow to be awarded both the INCOSE Founders and INCOSE Pioneer Awards.

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Systems Architecting and Engineering

The USC Viterbi School’s Systems Architecting and Engineering program provides graduate engineers and engineering managers with the advanced knowledge and skills necessary for conceptualizing, designing, implementing, and managing complex systems. The emphasis is both on the processes by which complex systems are conceived, planned, designed, built, tested and certified as well as the system itself. The knowledge and insights gained from the SAE program can be applied to defense, space, aircraft, homeland security, healthcare, and energy grid, transportation and other commercial industries.

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  • Former Astronaut Elected AIAA Associate Fellow
    17 October 2019 The University of California at Davis reports that “former astronaut Stephen K. Robinson, a professor in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, has been elected an associate fellow of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, recognizing him for outstanding work in the field.” (Image: Former NASA Astronaut Stephen K. Robinson | […]
  • First All-Female Spacewalk Scheduled For Friday
    17 October 2019 Reuters reports that NASA astronauts Jessica Meir and Christina Koch “will make history on Friday when they conduct the first ever all-female spacewalk to replace the power source on the” ISS. The duo “will exit the ISS at 7:50 a.m. EDT (11:50 GMT) to fix the station’s faulty battery charge/discharge unit.” NASA […]
  • Dream Chaser Composite Shell Arrives In Colorado
    16 October 2019 Aerospace America reports that last weekend, Lockheed Martin delivered a “molded and cured one-piece composite shell” to “the manufacturing technicians and engineers at Sierra Nevada Corp. in Colorado.” The arrival of the “primary structure...sets the stage for assembly of the first Dream Chaser cargo spacecraft.” International Space Station Program Manager Kirk Shireman […]
  • AIAA Propulsion And Energy Forum Warp Drive Presentation Detailed
    16 October 2019 Vice reports that “in August, undergraduate researcher Joseph Agnew spoke to a full house at the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) Propulsion and Energy Forum in Indianapolis about the current theories of how a warp drive could work.” Said Agnew, “Based on the progress made in recent years, I think this […]

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USC Rocket Propulsion Laboratory Receives Special Honor

The AIAA recognized students from the rocket lab for being the first undergraduate student team to design, build and successfully launch a rocket into space.

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USC Viterbi Receives Three-Year NSF Grant to Train Engineers for the Future of Manufacturing

USC Viterbi and the Center for Advanced Manufacturing will develop education platform to prepare U.S. workforce for challenges, opportunities in advanced manufacturing

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