Sarah Chasins in Stanley Hall

Research Expertise and Interest

programming systems, human-computer interaction, programming languages, programming languages and compilers, program synthesis, data science

Research Description

Sarah Chasins is an assistant professor in Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences.  Her research focuses on programming languages and program synthesis, with an emphasis on work that brings together programming systems, HCI, and data science.  She is a Chan Zuckerberg Biohub Investigator.

In the News

EPIC Data Lab: Harnessing the Power of Computer Science to Help Society

Building data tools that allow people without programming backgrounds to benefit from the latest computer science advances, the EPIC Data Lab – short for Effective Programming, Interaction, and Computation with Data, a new UC Berkeley Lab, is collaborating with end-users like public defenders to understand what important messy data challenges exist in their fields.
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