October 26, 2009
To support the Mathematica site license at University of Michigan, Wolfram Research will be on campus to give a technical talk on Mathematica 7 on Wednesday, November 4, from 3-4pm. The talk will be held in West Hall room 335.
This seminar will be given 100% in Mathematica and will show useful teaching and research examples for mathematics, the physical sciences, engineering, and business/economics. Ideas for creating universal examples in Mathematica that can be used by colleagues or students with no prior Mathematica experience will
be a central theme.
The content will help attendees with no prior experience get started with the Mathematica language and workflow. Since there is a large amount of new functionality in Version 7, most intermediate and advanced users who attend these talks report learning quite a bit as well. All attendees will receive an
electronic copy of the examples, which can be adapted to individual projects.
Students are welcome.
Posted by kshedden at October 26, 2009 10:57 AM