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Data Innovation Research Institute

The Data Innovation Research Institute has been set up to conduct fundamental research into the aspects of managing, analysing and interpreting massive volumes of textual and numerical information.

Our influence

Our institute is the university's hub for data science, encompassing research, teaching, High Performance Computing (HPC) and industry collaboration:

Research

Teaching

High performance computing

Industry

We solve some of the issues and challenges faced by academics and key sectors as they tackle the growing issue of big or complex data.

Combining research expertise with professional partnerships, find out more about who we are and what we do.

See our range of interdisciplinary postgraduate courses, providing specialist education in data-intensive research methods.

Our research software engineers can work with you to produce cutting edge, high quality research helping you stay at the forefront of your domain.

Meet the people who are involved with the Data Innovation Research Institute

Latest news

Rural Wales

Multi-million pound grant to unlock 5G potential in rural Wales

27 February 2020

Cardiff University researchers will support a £10m project aimed at creating new opportunities for businesses and citizens in rural areas

Group of Indonesian and British researcher standing in front of a banner showing, Emergency Sevices International Seminar.

Indonesian emergency medical services – Cardiff University researchers visit Jakarta

17 February 2020

Researchers from Cardiff University's School of Mathematics, led by DIRI director, Paul Harper visit Jakarta to kick start the project that will use mathematical modelling to address the challenges facing emergency services in Indonesia.

9 young men and women standing by a pull up stand to show their collaboration as a GW4 group.

GW4 Crucible 2020

14 November 2019

“The GW4 Crucible was a wonderful experience and our group, who would never have come together otherwise, are now starting the work we received funding for. Get applying!” Tim Pickles, Cardiff University, GW4 Crucible 2019.