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Kristian Jessen

PTE 400 | Introduction to Transport Process in Porous Media

Kristian Jessen

PTE 411 | Introduction to Transport Process in Porous Media

USC University of Southern California

Electrical Engineering

Welcome to the Ming Hsieh Department of Electrical Engineering!

USC began teaching electrical engineering more than a century ago, when the field was widely considered a subset of physics.  Today our work is vitally important and critical to the advancement of the information age. As our department charges into its second century of excellence, we are defining the forefront of research in a number of important areas. These include: circuits; antenna networks; bio-signal processing; computer architecture; very large-scale integration and computer-aided design; computer networks; control systems; high-speed switching architectures; signal, image and multimedia processing; nanotechnology; optical communications; photonics; and quantum information processing.

Among our distinguished faculty are the visionary leaders of the university, including USC President Max Nikias and President Emeritus Steven Sample. We are also proud to claim Qualcomm and Linkabit co-founder Andrew J. Viterbi as a faculty member; the engineering school bears his name, and this year Viterbi received the National Medal of Science and was a Millennium Prize Laureate. Our department is also home to thirteen other National Academy of Engineering members.

We’re proud of our department’s distinguished history and our vital and innovative faculty. Please take a few minutes to explore some of the highlights of their work.

Sandeep Gupta

Professor and Chair

Electrical Engineering-Systems

Eun Sok Kim

Professor and Chair

Electrical Engineering-Electrophysics

 

Master's Program Application Deadlines

FALL - January 15 SPRING - September 15
                                                                                            

Electrical Engineering Degree Offerings

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Master's Degrees
 Electrical Engineering Computer Engineering
Computer Networks Electric Power
Multimedia and Creative Technologies VLSI Design
Wireless Health Technology

Careers

To view where some of our talented Electrical Engineering alumni are currently working, click here.