Upcoming Trainings

27-Feb-20 11:00am
27-Feb-20 1:00pm
02-Mar-20 11:00am

D-Lab Hours Fall 2019

The D-Lab Collaboratory work space in 356 Barrows is open to our community Monday - Thursday, 9am - 5pm and Friday, 9am - 4pm.

Blog

About three years ago—and six months after I became a PhD candidate—I learned that I was going to become a father.
The program is designed to give outstanding UC Berkeley graduate students the opportunity to advance their training within the D-Lab’s diverse and intellectually vibrant community. We offer...
Research is the biggest driving force behind innovation and success. It is also the main reason why many of us are drawn to higher education.

Love Data Week, Feb 10- 14

Check out how UC Berkeley is celebrating Love Data Week, a nationwide campaign designed to build community around research data topics.

GIVE to D-Lab and HATE SPEECH RESEARCH

If you want to help better understand and combat online hate speech through research, please support the D-Lab's Hate Speech Research Project.

Affiliate Spotlight

Zachary Pardos is an Assistant Professor at UC Berkeley in a joint position between the School of Information and the Graduate School of Education (GSE). His focal areas of study are knowledge representation and personalized supports leveraging big data in education. He earned his PhD in Computer Science at WPI and comes to UC Berkeley after a post-doc at MIT Computer Science Artificial Intelligence Lab (CSAIL). At UC Berkeley he directs the Computational Approaches to Human Learning (CAHL) research lab and teaches courses on data mining and analytics, digital learning environments, and machine learning in education.

Featured Working Group

The Computational Text Analysis Working Group (CTAWG) features demos, tutorials, and ongoing projects through which we are learning to use an array of computational text analysis approaches includi

Every other Wednesday, 3:00-5:00pm

Featured Consultant

Python, R, C#, Data Analysis, natural language processing, Software Engineering
By Appointment

I am a graduate student to Masters in Information Management at UC Berkeley, and graduate student researcher at HAAS. Before joining Berkeley, I worked as a Senior Software R&D Engineer for Hewlett Packard, Bangalore. While working as a software engineer, I completed my post-graduation diploma in Data Science from IIIT, Bangalore.