Data Commons and Data Cloud User Training

User training and workshops are held to onboard new researchers to our clouds and provide resources and guidance to ongoing collaborators for optimizing research on our infrastructure. These sessions are tailored to the applications and technical acumen of the participants.

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PIRE Annual Workshop

The PIRE annual workshop, funded in part by the NSF PIRE program, has gathered young researchers and experts together for the past three years to address current challenges and develop understanding of how to best exploit our growing wealth of data. Participants from North and South America, Japan, and Europe, engage in lectures, discussions, hands-on tutorials, and debate. The outcomes include fresh ideas, new understanding, and lasting international alliances pursuing collaborative research.

Learn more about the annual PIRE Workshop

PIRE International Summer Fellowships

The PIRE program provides up to 15 competitive summer fellowships abroad at one of our international partner sites to qualified graduate students and early career scientists to develop skills in data intensive computing and work on research projects involving big data and cloud computing using the Open Science Data Cloud.

Apply for a PIRE Fellowship

Student Research Opportunities

Graduate and undergraduate students alike are valued members of UChicago research teams. The Center for Data Intensive Science provides opportunities for collaboration with students in big data research, networking, programming, and user services.

Submit your resume and a letter of interest to cdis-jobs@lists.uchicago.edu.