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EVENT: Mathematica 11, what's new?

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Today's date is Friday, October 30, 2020
Mathematica 11, what's new? : A demonstration of the capabilities of the latest version of Mathematica. Other events...
For 30 years, Wolfram Research has been serving Educators and Researchers. In the past 10 years, we have introduced many award winning technology innovations like Wolfram|Alpha Pro, Wolfram SystemModeler, Wolfram Programming Lab, and Natural Language computation. Join Craig Bauling as he guides us through the capabilities of Mathematica. Craig will demonstrate the key features that are directly applicable for use in teaching and research. Topics of this technical talk include : * Natural Language Input ( http : // www.wolfram.com/broadcast/screencasts/free - form - input/ ) * Market Leading Statistical Analysis Functionality * Mathematica as a Symbolic and Numeric Computational Engine * Creating interactive models that encourage student participation and learning * Practical applications in Engineering, Chemistry, Physics, Finance, Biology, Economics and Mathematics * On - demand Chemical, Biological, Economic, Finance and Social data * Mathematica as a modern programming language

Prior knowledge of Mathematica is not required - new users are encouraged. Current users will benefit from seeing the many improvements and new features of Mathematica 11 (https://www.wolfram.com/mathematica/new-in-11/). This is a great opportunity to get faculty and students not experienced with Mathematica to become involved and excited.
Speaker(s) Craig Bauling holds a MBA from Northern Illinois University, a BS in Mathematics from Western Illinois University and an AS in Engineering from Sauk Valley Community College. Craig has over 6 years teaching experience including Community College, Senior and Junior Secondary. Craig's corporate experience includes over 15 years in various Engineering roles. He joined Wolfram Research in 2008 and his current role is to help schools, universities and businesses leverage Wolfram resources for teaching, research and workflow improvement. Craig has worked extensively with various Australian organizations including Departments of Education, Reserve Bank of Australia, CSIRO and many Universities. Craig's passion is using technology to inspire students toward deeper exploration.
Location Room 2.15, Physics building, UWA
Contact John Brookes <[email protected]>
Start Mon, 10 Sep 2018 13:00
End Mon, 10 Sep 2018 14:00
Submitted by John Brookes <[email protected]>
Last Updated Tue, 04 Sep 2018 17:16
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