ISI Unveils its New Logo

by Information Sciences Institute

Photo Credit: ISI

“I am pleased to announce that ISI has a new logo,” said Craig Knoblock, the Keston Executive Director of the Information Sciences Institute (ISI), a research institute of the USC Viterbi School of Engineering. “Over the past few months, I have been working with the communications team to create a logo that will make ISI stand out as a brand and embody the work we do. This is an essential element to our overall communications strategy to raise awareness about ISI.”

Knoblock’s interest in raising awareness about ISI is not new. Last year, as ISI celebrated its 50th anniversary, Knoblock said of the future, “I want imagination to continue to reign at ISI. Our research must expand further, become even more collaborative with other disciplines. Think about how we could contribute to the medical field, to environmental research and more! As the size and amount of data in all disciplines continues to grow, ISI is perfectly positioned to collaborate, this is the future of computing.”

The future of computing looks a little sharper with ISI’s new logo, launching today, September 6, 2023.

Fun fact: there’s a hidden meaning in the logo – can you spot it?

Take a look back at some of ISI’s previous logos (dates are approximated):




isi viterbi logo


isi anniversary logo


Published on September 6th, 2023

Last updated on September 6th, 2023

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