Getting Involved at Berkeley

Berkeley students

Graduate students: If you would like to find out my group's research, you can have a look at some of the publications on my web page as well as our current research directions. If you would like to learn more, feel free to email to set up a meeting to chat.
Undergraduate students: Please email me your resume, your (unofficial) transcript, and 2 paragraphs on why you want to get involved. As a general guideline: while there are no hard specs, your chances of being able to get involved are higher the more of the following hold true: You have contributed to a substantial project in the past (e.g., prior work experience, or perhaps some large personal projects); You have a GPA of 3.8 or higher; You have done particularly well in some particularly hard classes; You are able to commit 15+ hours/week; You have a strong background in computer science (and ideally also a good amount of math).

Outside students

If you want to become a Ph.D. student in my group, you should apply through the EECS Ph.D. admissions process: EECS graduate admissions. I very much look forward to hearing from you __after__ you have been admitted. Best of luck with your applications!

Getting Involved at Covariant.AI

We are still in stealth, but a bit more about us:
Please apply by emailing us at:

I very much look forward to collaborating after you have been hired!

Getting Involved at Gradescope

Please apply here:

I very much look forward to collaborating after you have been hired!