Computing Support310-794-4458

Contact to fix computing problems, e.g. networking, e-mail, applications, printing, etc.

Department of Statistics310-825-8430

Administrative office for the UCLA Department of Statistics

Facilities Recycling Program310-825-3971, 310-825-3033

Call to pick up recycled paper, to install or remove recycling receptacles.

Facilities Trouble Call Desk310-825-9236, 310-825-1423

Call to fix building problems, e.g. out-of-order or damaged air conditioning, restroom, electrical, lighting, ceiling tiles, water damage, etc.

Graduate Student Lounge310-206-9117

Common area for Statistics graduate students

Instructional Computing Lab310-825-6840

The Instructional Computing Lab provides a computer enabled learning environment for students enrolled in undergraduate Statistics courses.

Masters Lounge

Common computing and meeting area for Master's students

Student Affairs310-206-3742

Office for undergraduate and graduate student affairs

Studio of Bio-data Refining and Dimension Reduction310-825-4897

Ker-Chau Li's Lab

UCLA Police310-825-1491

Contact to report incidences (thefts, vandalism, etc).


Center for Applied Statistics

The mission of the Center of Applied Statistics is to look across the broad spectrum of statistical applications at UCLA, and leverage the knowledge gained through common approaches to data analysis problems.

Center for Cognition Vision and Learning

The main goal of CCVL (Center for Cognition, Vision, and Learning) is to develop mathematical models of vision and cognition. These model are intended primarily for designing artificial (computer) vision systems. Practical applications include vision for the disabled. These models also serve as computational models of biological vision which can be tested by behavioral, invasive, and non-invasive techniques. We also study how humans and animals perform cognitive tasks such as learning and reasoning. In addition, we also use machine learning for interpreting medical images and studying brain function.
CCVL uses advanced modeling techniques from a range of disciplines including Statistics, Mathematics, Computer Science, and Engineering. The theories are implemented using Matlab, C++, and CUDA (GPUs).

Center for Environmental Statistics310-206-9544

The Center for Environmental Statistics (CES) analyzes and models data sets describing traffic counts, trip generation, urban economics, seismicity, water supply, water quality, weather, wildfires, and air quality of locations mostly in Southern California. The emphasis will be on studying spatial and temporal variation in the various indicators, and in impact studies of future developments.

Center for Statistical Research in Computational Biology

Various large-scale biological data have become available in the past ten years: the entire genome sequences of many species, gene expression profiles and transcription factor binding data under numerous experimental conditions, genotypes in large numbers of polymorphic loci, etc.

This center develops statistical methods and computational algorithms to analyze these massive biological datasets and extract valuable information to enhance our understanding of the science.

Center for Vision Cognition Learning and Art

The Center for VCLA starts from Computer Vision and expands to other disciplines.

Our projects span four directions:

Vision: object, scene, events, inference strategies, and sensor control;
Cognition: intentions, roles, goals, causality, affordance and persuasion;
Learning: information projection, stochastic grammars, and goal guided learning;
Art: abstraction, expression, aesthetics, freedom, and perceptual entropy.
Our objective is to pursue a unified framework for representation, learning, inference and reasoning, and to build intelligent computer systems for real world applications.

Center for the Teaching of Statistics310-206-3381

The Center for the Teaching of Statistics seeks to provide a model for Statistics education in the Southern California region by integrating research in Statistics and Pedagogy with technological innovations. We intend to serve as a resource for not just UCLA but the Southern California statistics community and, to the extent possible, to the Statistics community in general. We have formed some collaborative partnerships with AP Statistics educators, and plan to form future partnerships with educators in K-12, community colleges, and local colleges and universities. We will grow as resources and interest permits, but are already engaged in a number of activities concerning introductory Statistics teaching, AP Statistics, and technology in the classroom

Statistical Consulting Center310-267-4710

The Statistical Consulting Center of the UCLA Department of Statistics has the dual purpose of: 1) training graduate students in consulting work and real-life data analysis; and 2) providing free statistical consulting and data analysis services to the Campus and the Community.

In addition we offer electronic consulting, and a large number of mini-courses in various topics in statistics and statistical software.