Upcoming Worldwide Events

Category:
Events hosted in English
India

Wolfram Technology Seminar

May 3 | Manipal, India

Join us for this one-day workshop including hands-on training in Mathematica, covering topics from beginner- to intermediate-level expertise. The workshop is provided by Wolfram’s Aravind Hanasoge. The seminar is hosted in partnership with G.T.Enterprises and Manipal Institute of Technology.

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.

France

Mathematica Seminar

May 31 | Marseille, France

Discover the power of cutting-edge computation and knowledge-based programming while gaining behind-the-scenes insight into the ever-expanding Wolfram ecosystem. Learn how to apply the Wolfram Language in many fields of computation, data science, and cloud technologies. Wolfram experts and external speakers from both the industry and research will showcase real applications of Wolfram technologies.

France

Mathematica Introduction Training Course

June 3 | Nice, France

This course will be of interest to novice and beginning Mathematica users. Our Wolfram certified instructor will help you to gain profound understanding and insight into the general structure of Mathematica. The basic principles covered will allow new users to get started with a better understanding of Mathematica.

United Kingdom

Wolfram European Technology Tour—London

June 6 | London, United Kingdom

Join us on the Wolfram European Technology Tour in London!

Discover the power of cutting-edge computation and knowledge-based programming while gaining behind-the-scenes insight into the ever-expanding Wolfram ecosystem. The conference will also address how organizations of all sizes across industry, government, and academia can formulate an enterprise computation strategy to drive productivity and empower innovation.

Switzerland

Wolfram European Technology Tour—Zurich

June 7 | Zurich, Swizerland

Join us on the Wolfram European Technology Tour at the World Trade Centre in Zurich!

Discover the power of cutting-edge computation and knowledge-based programming while gaining behind-the-scenes insight into the ever-expanding Wolfram ecosystem. The conference will also address how organizations of all sizes across industry, government, and academia can formulate an enterprise computation strategy to drive productivity and empower innovation.

Russia

Russia Technology Conference

June 6–7 | Saint Petersburg, Russia

We are excited to welcome you to the fourth Russian Wolfram Technology Conference. Our host, Saint Petersburg State University of Economics, is welcoming us back for this two-day event. We will provide you with insight on new Wolfram technologies as well as excite you about new products joining the Wolfram technology stack. We are looking forward to seeing you in Saint Petersburg!

Germany

Wolfram European Technology Tour—Berlin

June 8 | Berlin, Germany

Join us on the Wolfram European Technology Tour in Berlin!

Discover the power of cutting-edge computation and knowledge-based programming while gaining behind-the-scenes insight into the ever-expanding Wolfram ecosystem. The conference will also address how organizations of all sizes across industry, government, and academia can formulate an enterprise computation strategy to drive productivity and empower innovation.

Poland

Wolfram Technology Tour—Warsaw

June 10 | Warsaw, Poland

Join us on the Wolfram European Technology Tour in Warsaw!

Discover the power of cutting-edge computation and knowledge-based programming while gaining behind-the-scenes insight into the ever-expanding Wolfram ecosystem. The conference will also address how organizations of all sizes across industry, government, and academia can formulate an enterprise computation strategy to drive productivity and empower innovation.

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.

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!

Translate this page: