Research Bazaar 2019: Get smart with research data

The Research Bazaar is a worldwide festival for researchers, by researchers, aimed to help make research faster, smarter and better. The focus is on digital skills and tools important for modern-day research.

The theme chosen for 2019 is:

Get smart with research data

The workshops will be hands-on, interactive, with lots of practice, rather than one-way lecturing.


Please note that there are several concurrent workshops each day and a few of the workshops are all-day workshops, so check the time before signing up for more than one.

Registration is now closed.

Tuesday January 8th

Time Session Location
09:00-16:00 Learn Deep-Learning with Python (two day workshop)

GSH: Linken

Wednesday January 9th

Time Session Location
09:00-16:00 Learn Deep-Learning with Python (two day workshop)

GSH: Linken

09:00-12:00 Using SSH for remote logins NHA: 126
13:00-16:00 Get (even) smarter with the Unix Shell NHA: 126
13:00-16:00 Using cameras as a researcher - from GoPro to multi camera VB: 123

Thursday January 10th

Time Session Location
09:00-16:00 Using ArcGIS in Research - Cancelled! VB: IT-auditorium 3
09:00-16:00 Making your computational science reproducible with containers

GSH: Linken

09:00-16:00 Introduction to Automatic and Scalable Machine Learning with H2O and R (intermediate) NHA: 126
09:00-16:00 Using Jupyter Notebook with Bokhylla as corpus NHA: UE32
09:00-12:00 Publication ready scientific reports and presentations with Jupyter notebooks VB: 123
13:00-16:00 Getting started with Open Science Framework VB: 123
16:00-19:00 Research Bazaar pub! Join us for pizza and quiz! VB foyer

Friday January 11th

Time Session Location
09:00-16:00 Hands-on Workshop: Exploring Research Data with Artificial Intelligence and Design Thinking

GSH: Linken

09:00-16:00 Exploring and Analyzing Network Data with Python – for Humanities Researchers VB: 123
09:00-12:00 Gain insight - Creating interactive dashboards with bokeh to process your data NHA: UE32
10:00-12:00 Rayyan: A free, collaborative application to support undertaking systematic reviews NHA: UE26

Target audience

PhD candidates, young researchers and students but the event will be open for anyone interested.


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Published Nov. 8, 2018 2:50 PM - Last modified Jan. 7, 2019 11:00 AM