It's Not Magic, It's Science Predicting the Future

If Aram Galstyan, director of the Artificial Intelligence Division at the USC Viterbi Information Sciences Institute (ISI) had to pick just one superpower, it would be the ability to predict the future.Read More

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USC Researchers Named 2021 IEEE Fellows

At its November 2020 meeting, the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) elevated USC's Information Sciences Institute researchers Yolanda Gil and Craig Knoblock to the ranking of IEEE Fellow, effective January 1, 2021.

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George Papadimitriou Wins PEARC20 Award for Creating System for Facilitating Efficiency of Research

At the Practice & Experience in Advanced Research Computing (PEARC) conference, which took place from July 26-30, ISI graduate assistant George Papadimitriou won the Best Student Paper Award for his research on Pegasus workflow submission nodes.

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USC ISI Cybersecurity Expert Terry Benzel Elected to IEEE Computer Society Board of Governors

Terry Benzel, director of the Networking and Cybersecurity Division at USC's Information Sciences Institute (ISI), was elected to the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers' (IEEE) Computer Society Board of Governors in October. Benzel will commence her 3-year term on the Board on January 1, 2021.

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Pegasus Users Group Meeting 2021

2020 brought major improvements to Pegasus with the 5.0 release. To keep the momentum up in 2021 and ensure Pegasus is heading in the most beneficial direction for our users, we will have our first ever Pegasus Users Group Meeting (PUG 2021). You are hereby invited to attend. You can also optionally choose to speak and share your experiences of using Pegasus, and how Pegasus has benefited your scientific endeavors.

Because of the pandemic, this event will be a virtual workshop spread over 2 days (9AM-1PM Pacific each day).

PUG 2021 aims to give an opportunity to Pegasus users and collaborators to interact Pegasus developers and share ideas and provide feedback. The users group meeting will be a mix of user experience talks along with technical Pegasus talks, tutorials, and office hours.

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Events

Unless otherwise noted, seminars are open to the public.

Jan 21
Mohannad Alhanahnah, University of Wisconsin-MadisonSeminar Talk hosted by the Networking and Cybersecurity DivisionNot open to the public.

Safety Analysis for Application Interactions in IoT Platforms

10:00am - 11:00am PST
Jan 21
Christopher Chu (DiDi)NL Seminar

Historical Applications of NLP

11:00am - 12:00pm PST
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Events

Unless otherwise noted, seminars are open to the public.

Jan 21
Mohannad Alhanahnah, University of Wisconsin-MadisonSeminar Talk hosted by the Networking and Cybersecurity DivisionNot open to the public.

Safety Analysis for Application Interactions in IoT Platforms

10:00am - 11:00am PST
Jan 21
Christopher Chu (DiDi)NL Seminar

Historical Applications of NLP

11:00am - 12:00pm PST
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Upcoming Event

Pegasus Users Group Meeting 2021

2020 brought major improvements to Pegasus with the 5.0 release. To keep the momentum up in 2021 and ensure Pegasus is heading in the most beneficial direction for our users, we will have our first ever Pegasus Users Group Meeting (PUG 2021). You are hereby invited to attend. You can also optionally choose to speak and share your experiences of using Pegasus, and how Pegasus has benefited your scientific endeavors.

Because of the pandemic, this event will be a virtual workshop spread over 2 days (9AM-1PM Pacific each day).

PUG 2021 aims to give an opportunity to Pegasus users and collaborators to interact Pegasus developers and share ideas and provide feedback. The users group meeting will be a mix of user experience talks along with technical Pegasus talks, tutorials, and office hours.

Visit the PUG 2021 Website »