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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Azad Madni Receives 2019 ASME CIE Leadership Award

Azad Madni, executive director of the USC Viterbi Systems Architecting and Engineering Program, receives the 2019 ASME CIE Leadership Award.

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Coming Untethered: The Unintended Consequences of Hyper Digitalization

In her new book, Dr. Julie Albright explores the impact of a digital society on our relationships and behaviors.

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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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    13 September 2019 CNET News reports that asteroid 2010 C01 “is about 400 to 850 feet (120 to 260 meters) in size and will fly by late on Sept. 13.” On Saturday, asteroid 2000 QW7, “at 950 to 2,100 feet (290 to 650 meters) in size,” will fly past Earth. NASA Planetary Defense Officer Lindley […]
  • Rise Of Clean Energy In Permian Basin Providing UAV Opportunities
    13 September 2019 The Midland Reporter-Telegram reports that UAVs “are increasingly dotting Permian Basin skies, looking for methane and pipeline leaks and scouring both proposed pipeline routes and well locations.” The “rise of wind and solar farms” in the West Texas region has also opened “new markets for drone companies, such as Midland’s Thermal Cam USA.” […]
  • Police Plan Anti-UAV Measures At Heathrow Airport
    12 September 2019 The Guardian (UK) reports that “the police commander in charge of policing drone protests intended to shut down Heathrow airport has said his officers will take any opportunity to pre-emptively stop activists from causing disruption to flights.” London Metropolitan Police Deputy Assistant Commissioner Laurence Taylor “said protesters taking part in the action […]
  • Muilenburg: Regulators May End Grounding Of 737 MAX At Different Times
    12 September 2019 CNBC  reports that Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg told an industry conference, “I think the phased ungrounding of the airplane amongst regulators around the world is a possibility.” He said that he still believes that the 737 MAX will return to service in the fourth quarter of 2019. Muilenburg said, “We’re going to […]

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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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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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