Berkeley offers a wide variety of data science research opportunities. Here are some of the many active research units across campus.
The Berkeley Artificial Intelligence Research (BAIR) Lab brings together UC Berkeley researchers across the areas of computer vision, machine learning, natural language processing, planning, and robotics.
D-Lab serves data intensive social science and humanities with in-depth consulting and advising, access to staff support, and training and provisioning for software and other infrastructure needs.
The Center for Technology, Society & Policy is a multidisciplinary research and design center focusing on the emergent social and policy issues arising from the development and adoption of technology.
CDAR brings together researchers from across UC Berkeley and builds upon the programs of the Center for Risk Management Research (CRMR), a unit dedicated to understanding the dynamics of risk in financial markets.
The Fisher Center for Business Analytics pursues its vision through research, education, and accelerating the diffusion and adoption of analytics throughout all aspects of business and management.
The mission of the QB3 Computational Genomics Resource Laboratory (CGRL) is to serve as a focal point for scientists interested in the comprehensive analysis of next generation sequencing data.
The Signatures Innovation Fellows Program supports innovative research by UC Berkeley researchers in the data science and technology areas with a special focus on projects that hold commercial promise.
The University of California ClioMetric History Project (UC-CHP) takes a Big Data approach to exploring the history and role of the UC campuses in the state of California.
The West Big Data Innovation Hub’s mission is to build and strengthen partnerships across industry, academia, nonprofits, and government to address societal and scientific challenges, spur economic development, and foster a national big data ecosystem.