Upcoming Worldwide Events

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Events hosted in English
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.

United States

American Society for Engineering Education

June 26–29 | New Orleans, United States

Wolfram will be exhibiting at ASEE. Stop by our booth (#707) to get your questions answered, learn about what’s new, or just to say hello!

United States

Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition

June 26–July 1 | Las Vegas, United States

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

United States

Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics

July 11–15 | Boston, USA

Wolfram will be exhibiting at SIAM. Stop by our booth (#218) to get your questions answered, learn about what’s new, or just to say hello!

United States

Special Interest Group on Graphics and Interactive Techniques

July 24–28 | Anaheim, United States

Wolfram will be exhibiting at SIGGRAPH. Stop by our booth (#328) to get your questions answered, learn about what’s new, or just to say hello!

United States

Joint Statistical Meetings 2016

July 30–August 4 | Chicago, USA

Wolfram will be exhibiting at JSM. Stop by our booth (#524) to get your questions answered, learn about what’s new, or just to say hello!

Germany

Mathematica Summer School on Theoretical Physics 8: Random Matrix Theory and Applications

August 15–16 | Berlin, Germany

The next edition of the Mathematica Summer School on Theoretical Physics will take place at Humboldt University of Berlin in Berlin, Germany, August 15–19, 2016. The school topic is random matrix theory and its applications. The goal of the school is to bring together theoretical physicists of all levels who want to learn both Mathematica and a selected advanced research topic on theoretical physics. The courses on Mathematica will focus on examples borrowed from the topic selected for each edition. See the conference website for details.

Armenia

Wolfram Summer School—Armenia

August 7–20 | Yerevan, Armenia

Wolfram Summer School—Armenia is a unique educational and career opportunity to learn and do projects at the frontiers of technology and innovation. Learn hands-on how to apply Wolfram’s unique approach to turning ideas into research, products, and companies. Led by top Wolfram researchers, developers, and educators, Wolfram Summer School—Armenia is an invaluable learning and networking experience.

Wolfram Language

Training Series: An Elementary Introduction to the Wolfram Language

July 13–September 14 | Online

Join Wolfram Training for this free weekly online training series based on Stephen Wolfram’s book An Elementary Introduction to the Wolfram Language. Each session covers different chapters from the book in depth and explores additional examples and exercises. Learn how to perform calculations, manipulate images, analyze real-world data, and even deploy your own cloud apps with the powerful and elegant Wolfram Language. And don’t miss out on the opportunity for interactive Q&A with the host, Wolfram Language veteran Dave Withoff.

Events hosted in other languages
Brazil

Everybody Can Program

July 23 | São Paulo, Brazil

This event will be hosted in Portuguese

With the Wolfram Language, the highest-level programming language on the market nowadays, everybody can be a programmer. Learn how to create web applications with short lines of code; use artificial intelligence, maps, and interactive graphics; and analyze data with sophisticated algorithms. No prior experience in programming is required. Entrepreneurs, accountants, lawyers, engineers, artists, designers, students, and any people from all backgrounds are welcome. It is a 100% practical experience.

Brazil

Everybody Can Program

July 30 | São Paulo, Brazil

This event will be hosted in Portuguese

With the Wolfram Language, the highest-level programming language on the market nowadays, everybody can be a programmer. Learn how to create web applications with short lines of code; use artificial intelligence, maps, and interactive graphics; and analyze data with sophisticated algorithms. No prior experience in programming is required. Entrepreneurs, accountants, lawyers, engineers, artists, designers, students, and any people from all backgrounds are welcome. It is a 100% practical experience.

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