Upcoming Worldwide Events

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Events hosted in English
United States

American Association for the Advancement of Science

February 11–15 | Washington, DC, United States

Wolfram will be exhibiting at AAAS 2016. Stop by our booth (#1714) to get your questions answered, learn about what’s new, or just to say hello!

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Introducing Wolfram Programming Lab: Virtual Workshop for Educators

February 12–26 | Online

Join us and explore the newly released Wolfram Programming Lab. Presentations include how to get started using Programming Lab, its built-in explorations, and case studies from elementary schools and secondary classrooms. All are welcome; no programming experience needed.

France

Mathematica Seminar

March 11 | Grenoble, France

Join us during this two-hour seminar to learn more about the use of Mathematica in data science, image processing, physics, and cloud deployment. The seminar includes talks from a Wolfram expert and external users, and is open to existing users and novice users. The seminar starts at 10am and finishes at noon.

The Netherlands

Mathematica—Basic Principles I

March 15 | Amsterdam, Netherlands

Hosted by CANdiensten, this course will be of interest to existing Mathematica users. They will get a profound understanding and insight into the general structure of Mathematica. Although the course is especially of interest to existing users, novice users can participate as well. Be aware, though, that the course is not a hands-on training. The basic principles covered will allow new users to get started with a better understanding of Mathematica. For more information and registration, visit CANdiensten’s website.

United States

SXSW 2016

March 11–15 | Austin, United States

Wolfram will be exhibiting at SXSW. Stop by our booth to get your questions answered, learn about what’s new, or just to say hello!

United States

American Physical Society

March 14–18 | Baltimore, United States

Wolfram will be exhibiting at APS. Stop by our booth to get your questions answered, learn about what’s new, or just to say hello!

The Netherlands

Mathematica—Basic Principles II

March 22 | Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Hosted by CANdiensten and partly building upon the Mathematica—Basic Principles I training, this course expands further on the structure of Mathematica expressions and ways to manipulate them, associations (new in Mathematica 10), pattern matching, functions defined using underscores, and pure (or anonymous) functions. For more information and registration, visit CANdiensten’s website.

Global Online Event

Office Hours for the Wolfram Cloud

February 23–March 29 | Online

Attend virtual office hours to ask questions about Wolfram Language capabilities, get guidance on your cloud projects, and learn from other Wolfram Development Platform users and experts.

The Netherlands

Programming with Mathematica

April 5 | Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Mathematica is a very large and powerful program that enables users to do many complicated computations in a very simple way. However, Mathematica is much more than a calculator for symbolic and numerical computations. Among other things, it is a very powerful programming language. This course, hosted by CANdiensten, is intended for those who are experienced Mathematica users and want to improve their skills in programming, thereby increasing their benefits from Mathematica. For more information and registration, visit CANdiensten’s website.

The Netherlands

Interactivity in Mathematica

April 12 | Amsterdam, The Netherlands

This free advanced course, hosted by CANdiensten, teaches you to go beyond Mathematica’s Manipulate function to construct finely tuned interactive output. It offers many small examples with various commands, controllers, and tools, and an extensive example to help show how much you can achieve. For more information and registration, visit CANdiensten’s website.

United States

Collision

April 26–28 | New Orleans, United States

Wolfram will be exhibiting at Collision. Stop by our booth to get your questions answered, learn about what’s new, or just to say hello!

The Netherlands

Mathematica—Basic Principles I

May 17 | Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Hosted by CANdiensten, this course will be of interest to existing Mathematica users. They will get a profound understanding and insight into the general structure of Mathematica. Although the course is especially of interest to existing users, novice users can participate as well. Be aware, though, that the course is not a hands-on training. The basic principles covered will allow new users to get started with a better understanding of Mathematica. For more information and registration, visit CANdiensten’s website.

The Netherlands

Mathematica—Basic Principles II

May 18 | Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Hosted by CANdiensten and partly building upon the Mathematica—Basic Principles I training, this course expands further on the structure of Mathematica expressions and ways to manipulate them, associations (new in Mathematica 10), pattern matching, functions defined using underscores, and pure (or anonymous) functions. For more information and registration, visit CANdiensten’s website.

The Netherlands

Mathematica—Basic Principles I

June 14 | Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Hosted by CANdiensten, this course will be of interest to existing Mathematica users. They will get a profound understanding and insight into the general structure of Mathematica. Although the course is especially of interest to existing users, novice users can participate as well. Be aware, though, that the course is not a hands-on training. The basic principles covered will allow new users to get started with a better understanding of Mathematica. For more information and registration, visit CANdiensten’s website.

The Netherlands

Mathematica—Basic Principles II

June 21 | Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Hosted by CANdiensten and partly building upon the Mathematica—Basic Principles I training, this course expands further on the structure of Mathematica expressions and ways to manipulate them, associations (new in Mathematica 10), pattern matching, functions defined using underscores, and pure (or anonymous) functions. For more information and registration, visit CANdiensten’s website.

The Netherlands

Programming with Mathematica

June 28 | Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Mathematica is a very large and powerful program that enables users to do many complicated computations in a very simple way. However, Mathematica is much more than a calculator for symbolic and numerical computations. Among other things, it is a very powerful programming language. This course, hosted by CANdiensten, is intended for those who are experienced Mathematica users and want to improve their skills in programming, thereby increasing their benefits from Mathematica. For more information and registration, visit CANdiensten’s website.

Events hosted in other languages
Russia

Wolfram Cloud and HPC (Online Event)

February 18 | Online

This event will be hosted in Russian

Hosted by Softline, this webinar will be of interest to existing Mathematica users as well as to beginners. It provides a quick introduction to Wolfram Cloud technologies, including Development Platform, Programming Lab, Mathematica Online, etc. Examples of unique usage of cloud technologies will be demonstrated. Additionally, attendees will learn how to speed up their computation using built-in parallelization on the basis of CPU and GPU. For more information and registration, visit Softline’s website.

Russia

Introduction to SystemModeler (Online Event)

March 1 | Online

This event will be hosted in Russian

Hosted by Softline, this webinar will be of interest to existing SystemModeler users as well as to beginners. It provides a quick introduction to the modeling and simulation of complex physical systems, including work with additional external libraries, real-time simulation, etc. Examples of programming model creation from equations and Modelica code will be demonstrated. Additionally, attendees will learn how to analyze and visualize the results of their simulations, as well as to export their models to executable files or functional mock-up units. For more information and registration, visit Softline’s website.

Russia

Image Processing in Mathematica (Online Event)

March 10 | Online

This event will be hosted in Russian

Hosted by Softline, this webinar will be of interest to existing Mathematica users as well as to beginners. It provides a quick introduction to 2D and 3D image processing. Various tools for segmentation, filtering, and spatial transformation will be presented. Additionally, attendees will gain some knowledge on how to work with color spaces and histograms. Several real-world applications will be demonstrated. For more information and registration, visit Softline’s website.

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