Mathematica 10 and Wolfram SystemModeler On the Road sessions delivered at the University of Poitiers are your chance to learn about what’s new in Mathematica 10 and Wolfram SystemModeler 4.1, as well as the basics of how to use our technologies. You can benefit from this interactive presentation whether you are an experienced user or a complete novice. This session showcases the breakthroughs that broaden Mathematica’s scope and explores its impact on a wide range of areas, from machine learning and finance to life sciences and medicine. See the schedule for a list of Mathematica 10 and SystemModeler 4.1 On the Road locations.
Wolfram Research, UnRisk, and IÉSEG have teamed up to invite you to a free evening of inspiring quant finance sessions from machine learning, clustering, and classification and prediction techniques to risk management of dynamic strategy indices. We will also discuss the complexities of xVA calculations, including exposure modeling and incremental xVA calculations.
The evening has been designed to give attendees the chance to see how sophisticated computation and algorithmic agility can be seamlessly injected into the finance workflow. With three specialist talks from prominent finance practitioners and plenty of opportunity to pose questions and network, the evening promises to be both informative and enjoyable.
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.
Join us for the Wolfram Technology Conference at École Polytechnique, France. The conference will bring together Wolfram experts and users from multiple disciplines. Morning talks will focus on applications of Wolfram technologies. Afternoon “hands-on” workshops will focus on data science, machine learning, image processing, and modeling and simulation of complex systems. Meet our experts and network with the users’ community. The conference is open to complete novices or experienced users.
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.
Offered by CANdiensten. This course will give you a good view on the data integrations made possible by extending Mathematica into the cloud.
Wolfram Research Asia Ltd. and the Advanced Center for Computing and Communication at RIKEN would like to invite you to the Wolfram Conference 2015 at RIKEN on Friday, December 11. You’ll hear from three users about how they apply Wolfram technologies to their research, and learn about the latest developments at Wolfram. This event is free of charge, but seats are limited—please register now to reserve your spot.
Wolfram will be exhibiting at the Joint Mathematics Meetings. Stop by our booth (#108 in Exhibit Hall 4A) to get your questions answered, learn about what’s new, or just to say hello!
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!