UW–Madison’s Data Science Hub is hosting its second annual Data Science Research Bazaar, focused on the theme “Data Science for the Social Good,” virtually throughout the month of February.
The conference will feature lightning talks, posters, interactive discussions, and workshops that address how data science can augment equity along racial lines, in health and environmentally, and in cities. In addition, the Research Bazaar will feature an exhibit of art relating to science and technology, a session on wellness in our digital era, and a career panel. CALS presenters include Julie Dawson, Ben Zuckerberg, and Liliana Fadul. View the full schedule at https://datascience.wisc.edu/data-science-research-bazaar/#schedule.
This event is open to researchers and data scientists from all disciplines, industries, and career stages, including students. While there is no cost to attend, pre-registration is required via https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2021-data-science-research-bazaar-tickets-134421276657.
UW-Madison’s Data Science Research Bazaar is modeled off the international Research Bazaar, a worldwide festival that promotes digital literacy in research and aims to equip researchers with digital skills and tools to do their work more efficiently.