Greta Harrison

Greta Harrison, USC Viterbi School of Engineering


Industrial PCs April 29, 2023

Nano-sized materials for industrial computing

USC Viterbi researchers are developing new ways to observe the changes in the properties of nano-scale particle-like objects that can be used to make next-generation computers.

By Greta Harrison
USC Viterbi researchers have created a new machine learning model to investigate how light polarizes materials like lead titanate into a vortex-shaped polarization pattern that vastly improves the material's energy-efficient properties.
AI and Machine Learning April 16, 2022

Creating energy-efficient electronics using machine learning

USC Viterbi researchers have developed a neural network that can model a high-performing new material using machine learning (ML) techniques.

By Greta Harrison
AI and Machine Learning February 9, 2020

Making 3D printing smarter with machine learning

Researchers at USC are making 3D printing software by using artificial intelligence and machine learning to reduce error, which will benefit manufacturers and medical device companies.

By Greta Harrison
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