Welcome to the USC chapter of IEEE!
What does the IEEE student branch at USC do?
- We help students learn about Electrical Engineering / Computer Science related careers.
- General meetings allow students to network with industry representatives and USC faculty and staff.
- Trips, beach parties, and lab tours mean we're more than just a speaker series.
- Membership provides a subscription to the monthly IEEE Spectrum magazine, with articles about the different fields of engineering
and interesting problems in each.
- IEEE National also provides scholarship opportunities and valuable career and employment resources.
Good luck to everyone on midterms and projects and thank you for supporting IEEE-USC.
This year, we are implementing a leaderboard system where members receive points for event attendance. Please participate in events for a chance to win great prizes at the end of the semester!
IEEE Professor Series: Andrea Armani
When: Wednesday, November 12, 6:00pm
Where: VHE 210
Come out to listen to Professor Andrea Armani talk about her career and research! She has won many awards and is actively involved with many professional, technical societies. As always, food will be provided!
Andrea Armani received her BA in physics from the University of Chicago (2001) and her PhD in applied physics with a minor in biology from the California Institute of Technology (2007), where she continued as the Clare Boothe Luce post-doctoral Fellow in biology and chemical engineering. She is currently the Fluor Early Career Chair of Engineering and Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science with courtesy appointments in Electrical Engineering and Biomedical Engineering in the Viterbi School of Engineering as well as Chemistry in the Dornsife College at the University of Southern California.
Prof. Armani is actively involved in several different professional societies and has been on program and technical committees for IEEE, OSA, and SPIE. In addition, she is currently a topical editor for Optics Letters and routinely serves on review panels for NSF and NIH. She is a member of AAAS, OSA, and a senior member of both IEEE and SPIE.