Event: Cross-discipline Mathematica seminar

Troy Schaudt, of Wolfram Research, will be at UCF to give a Mathematica technical talk on Wednesday, November 7.

No matter if your specialty is in a STEM, business and economics, or liberal arts field, you won’t want to miss this discussion about the latest advances in Mathematica and their impact on your teaching and workflow.

“Mathematica in Education and Research” will take place from 3:oo p.m. to 4:30 p.m., including a Q&A session in Room 106/161 of the Physical Sciences building.

Whether or not you’re familiar with Mathematica, you’ll find this seminar worthwhile. All attendees will receive an electronic copy of the examples, which can be adapted to individual projects.

You can watch a quick preview video here: http://url.wolfram.com/JiGLOBu/.


Comments are closed.