To support the WPI Mathematica site license, Wolfram Research will be on campus to give a technical talk on Mathematica 7 from 9-10 AM on Feb 17th. The talk will be held in Higgins Labs 234, the Design Studio. This seminar will be given 100% in Mathematica and will show useful teaching and research examples for mathematics, the physical sciences, engineering, and business/economics. Ideas for creating universal examples in Mathematica that can be used by faculty or students with no prior Mathematica experience will be a central theme. The content will help attendees with no Mathematica experience get started with the language and workflow. Since there is a large amount of new functionality, most intermediate and advanced users report learning quite a bit as well. All attendees will receive an electronic copy of the examples which can be adapted to individual projects.
This course is intended for: Administrators, Alumni, Faculty, Graduate Students, Staff, Undergraduate StudentsBack