I wasn't sure where to post this, but I figured this would be a topic under General Physics. I am aware that the next generation of observations, ranging from cosmological observations to post-LHC particle physics experiments, will produce overwhelmingly large and complex datasets, far larger than what many physicists are accustomed to working with. This leads to me to believe that this should lead to potential collaborative opportunities between physicists and statisticians, applied mathematicians, and computer scientists specializing in machine learning & complex database research, whose very expertise involve the analysis of large, complex datasets. I was wondering if anyone here at PF are aware of such collaborative research groups. The only group I'm aware of is the astrostatistics research group at Carnegie Mellon, but perhaps there may be more people in the know here. Thanks!