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Wolfram Virtual Conference Rebroadcast

January 27 | Global Online Event

See how others are collaborating online, utilizing the cloud, and applying Wolfram technologies to innovate computing during our free Wolfram Virtual Conference Rebroadcast. Attend talks by Wolfram experts to learn about new functionality and improved usability in Mathematica 10 and across the Wolfram technology stack. Registration is required.

The Netherlands

Introduction to Mathematica

January 27 | Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Offered by CANdiensten. This free, in-depth course, presented in English, is for anyone who would like to become a proficient Mathematica user. It is helpful for people with little Mathematica experience as well as for experienced users who would like to broaden their basic understanding of the system, as it gives insight into the fundamentals and structure of Mathematica to help bring giant leaps in ability.

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Introduction to Mathematica Part II

February 3 | Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Offered by CANdiensten. Partly building upon the Introduction to Mathematica Part I training, this course expands further on the structure of Mathematica expressions and ways to manipulate them, associations (new in Mathematica 10), functions defined using underscores, and pure (or anonymous) functions.

United States

American Association for the Advancement of Science

February 12–16 | San Jose, CA

Wolfram will be exhibiting at AAAS 2015. Stop by our booth, #614, to get your questions answered, learn about what’s new, or just to say hello!

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UK Data Science Technology Conference

March 5 | London, United Kingdom

This summit will address how to achieve insightful answers and decisions, and will cover cloud computing, enterprise solutions, computational finance, machine learning, computational geometry, data science, and much more. Visit this one-day conference in the spectacular Level39 venue and take away insightful knowledge for your data workflow.

United States

American Physical Society

March 2–6 | San Antonio, TX, USA

Wolfram will be exhibiting at APS. Stop by our booth, #501, to get your questions answered, learn about what’s new, or just to say hello!

The Netherlands

Introduction to Mathematica

March 10 | Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Offered by CANdiensten. This free, in-depth course, presented in English, is for anyone who would like to become a proficient Mathematica user. It is helpful for people with little Mathematica experience as well as for experienced users who would like to broaden their basic understanding of the system, as it gives insight into the fundamentals and structure of Mathematica to help bring giant leaps in ability.

United States

South by Southwest EDU (SXSWedu)

March 9–12 | Austin, TX, USA

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

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Cloud Computing with the Wolfram Language

March 12 | Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Offered by CANdiensten. This course will give you a good view on the data integrations made possible by extending Mathematica into the cloud.

The Netherlands

Introduction to Mathematica Part II

March 17 | Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Offered by CANdiensten. Partly building upon the Introduction to Mathematica Part I training, this course expands further on the structure of Mathematica expressions and ways to manipulate them, associations (new in Mathematica 10), functions defined using underscores, and pure (or anonymous) functions.

United States

South by Southwest (SXSW)

March 13–17 | Austin, Texas, USA

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!

The Netherlands

Bayesian Data Analysis with Mathematica

March 24 | Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Offered by CANdiensten. This course, presented in English, covers Bayes’ theorem, prior probabilities, maximum likelihood and over-fitting problems, regression, and model selection. Emphasis is given to practical applicability and numerical efficiency. A basic background in probability theory is needed, as well as Mathematica proficiency at the level of the CANdiensten course Programming with Mathematica.

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Programming with Mathematica

April 7 | Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Offered by CANdiensten. This free course, presented in English, is for those who have a basic familiarity with Mathematica. It addresses efficiency, expression structure, and output speed. Introductory-level skills in any computer programming language are recommended.

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Interactivity in Mathematica

April 14 | Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Offered by CANdiensten. This free advanced course, presented in English, 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.

The Netherlands

Introduction to Mathematica

May 12 | Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Offered by CANdiensten. This free, in-depth course, presented in English, is for anyone who would like to become a proficient Mathematica user. It is helpful for people with little Mathematica experience as well as for experienced users who would like to broaden their basic understanding of the system, as it gives insight into the fundamentals and structure of Mathematica to help bring giant leaps in ability.

The Netherlands

Introduction to Mathematica Part II

May 19 | Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Offered by CANdiensten. Partly building upon the Introduction to Mathematica Part I training, this course expands further on the structure of Mathematica expressions and ways to manipulate them, associations (new in Mathematica 10), functions defined using underscores, and pure (or anonymous) functions.

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Cloud Computing with the Wolfram Language

May 28 | Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Offered by CANdiensten. This course will give you a good view on the data integrations made possible by extending Mathematica into the cloud.

European Wolfram Technology Conference

European Wolfram Technology Conference 2015

June 2–3 | Frankfurt, Germany

We are, once again, returning to the amazing venue of the Radisson Blu in Frankfurt to bring our Wolfram experts, technology strategists, and computation enthusiasts together for this two-day, two-stream conference. You will get insight into our upcoming technologies and meet like-minded professionals. After the great successes of 2013 and 2014, we are very excited to see you all there once more.

The Netherlands

Introduction to Mathematica

June 9 | Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Offered by CANdiensten. This free, in-depth course, presented in English, is for anyone who would like to become a proficient Mathematica user. It is helpful for people with little Mathematica experience as well as for experienced users who would like to broaden their basic understanding of the system, as it gives insight into the fundamentals and structure of Mathematica to help bring giant leaps in ability.

The Netherlands

Introduction to Mathematica Part II

June 16 | Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Offered by CANdiensten. Partly building upon the Introduction to Mathematica Part I training, this course expands further on the structure of Mathematica expressions and ways to manipulate them, associations (new in Mathematica 10), functions defined using underscores, and pure (or anonymous) functions.

The Netherlands

Programming with Mathematica

June 23 | Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Offered by CANdiensten. This free course, presented in English, is for those who have a basic familiarity with Mathematica. It addresses efficiency, expression structure, and output speed. Introductory-level skills in any computer programming language are recommended.