Data in Action. 5th annual UW-Madison Research Bazaar, February 7 and 8, 2024

Join us at the 2024 Research Bazaar!

Call for Proposals

The submission window for lightning talks, posters, interactive discussions, and workshops has closed. Thank you to everyone who applied!

Submissions for Data in Art are due January 1. Artists who work in any medium are encouraged to apply. The artwork will be featured on the first floor of the Wisconsin Institute for Discovery (330 N Orchard St.) throughout the spring semester, and artists will have the opportunity to network with attendees during the poster session of the Bazaar. Use the button below to apply.

Apply – Data in Art


Sponsorship Opportunities

To make this event truly accessible and affordable, we are seeking support from partners like you! Your sponsorship of the Research Bazaar will strengthen our efforts in organizing this conference for the benefit of researchers and data scientists in the Madison area. You will be able to express your support for the Research Bazaar through various opportunities and at different levels of sponsorship—and we will promote your organization during the conference. For more information, review the sponsorship tiers and benefits associated with your organization (for-profit/industry or nonprofit/edu) by clicking the appropriate button below. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us at

Nonprofit Sponsors            Industry Sponsors

Code of Conduct

The Research Bazaar is a learning environment that welcomes everyone: it’s a diverse community from a wide range of backgrounds and interests. To ensure that everyone has an enjoyable and enriching experience, please bring a spirit of respect and friendly inquiry to all of your interactions at the Research Bazaar.

Be friendly and polite.

Be welcoming. The Research Bazaar strives to be a community that welcomes and supports people of all backgrounds and identities. People from all disciplines and stages of their careers are welcome.

Be respectful. Participants come from a huge range of backgrounds and experience levels. Everyone should feel comfortable to ask for the help they need to understand the discussion. Listen and support others to learn. Remember that everyone here has their own field of expertise.

Be kind to others. Be careful in the words that you choose. Do not insult or put down other participants.

Read the full code of conduct and policies on media and harassment here.

View Recorded Sessions From the 2023 Research Bazaar

 Click the button below to browse a playlist of all available session recordings (workshops, discussions, and presentations).

Conference Recordings