Chris Paciorek is a statistical computing consultant, associate research statistician, and lecturer in the Department of Statistics. He also serves part-time as a user consultant for Berkeley Research Computing.
Areas of expertise: high-performance computing, cloud computing, and programming for data analysis/data science/statistics.
In his research, Chris works on statistical methods, often Bayesian methods, applied to environmental and public health problems, including climate science, ecology, and global health. In recent years, he has taught graduate classes on statistical computing and Bayesian statistics. He has a PhD in Statistics.