Image credit: Mariah Wall/CyVerse

Image credit: Mariah Wall/CyVerse


 Research Bazaar Returns to the University of Arizona on May 20–22

Researchers at all levels from all disciplines are encouraged to attend, especially PhD and research master's students. Research technologists and engineers who support researchers to do their job should also come along!


The Research Bazaar – also known as ResBaz – is a worldwide festival promoting the digital literacy emerging at the center of modern research. Throughout 2019, events are happening at university campuses around the globe. 

ResBaz debuted in Tucson, Arizona in late March of 2018. The 2019 event is again led by CyVerse software engineer Julian Pistorius, and sponsored by the University of Arizona Office of Research, Discovery, and Innovation, University Information Technology Services, CyVerse, the BIO5 Institute, and University of Arizona Libraries.

ResBaz Tucson is a free, multi-day intensive conference where researchers come together to up-skill in "next generation digital research tools and skills." In the spirit of a marketplace or bazaar, ResBaz is a highly participatory event where researchers from many different disciplines can learn, share knowledge and skills, and have fun!

 

When: May 20-22, 2019

 

Where: 

The University of Arizona's Environment and Natural Resources 2 (ENR2)

1064 East Lowell Street, Tucson, AZ, 85719

Room numbers: S210, S215, S225

 

Who should attend? 

Researchers at all levels from all disciplines are encouraged to attend, especially PhD and research master's students. Research technologists and engineers who support researchers to do their job should also come along!

 

Click here for event schedule and registration.

 

Due to the "unconference" nature of ResBaz, anyone can opt to teach a workshop during the registration process.

Attendees will learn how to navigate the cyber research environment, discover new computational resources for analysis and data management, have the opportunity to network with peers facing the similar computational challenges, and find solutions to their data and computer science dilemmas through idea sharing across disciplines.

Follow the University of Arizona-based ResBaz group on Twitter: @ResBazAZ and subscribe to the ResBaz Arizona Meetup to keep up to date with regular Research Bazaar regular events:

 

Coffee and Code

Tuesdays 8:00am – 10:00am

The Catalyst Cafe at the University of Arizona's Bioscience Research Laboratories

 

Hacky Hour

Thursdays 4:00pm – 7:00pm

Gentle Ben's