USC Wins First Place in the AIAA Small Satellite Student Competition

USC Wins First Place in the AIAA Small Satellite Student Competition

USC Viterbi students design an ionic electrospray thruster to help fill in the propulsion gap for small satellites.

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USC: Mars Perseverance Launch

USC experts including Professors Sengupta and Reisman talk about Thursday’s Perseverance Launch

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SpaceX Makes History & Along With It, Continues the Trojans’ Legacy in Space

Contributions of USC Viterbi students, researchers and alumni to the groundbreaking next chapter of space travel

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Student Advising Resources during COVID-19

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Adobe Spark: 5 Scientific Achievements Accomplished Remotely

How USC Viterbi researchers innovated, disrupted, and engaged new frontiers from a distance

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USC Viterbi Offers Two New Short Courses: “Viterbi vs. Pandemics!” and “Sustainable Energy”

USC Viterbi Offers Two New Short Courses: “Viterbi vs. Pandemics!” and “Sustainable Energy”

Both lecture series launch the week after Labor Day, offering students a comprehensive faculty coverage of COVID-19 and a series on sustainable energy with Dean Yortsos

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USC Wins First Place in the AIAA Small Satellite Student Competition

USC Wins First Place in the AIAA Small Satellite Student Competition

USC Viterbi students design an ionic electrospray thruster to help fill in the propulsion gap for small satellites.

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