Using Mathematica

Wolfram Technologies in Education and Research

Troy Schaudt (Wolfram Technologies in Education and Research)

Friday, February 23, 2018 -
12:00pm to 1:00pm
119 Physics

I'll be on campus giving a technical seminar on utilizing Mathematica, Wolfram|Alpha, and other Wolfram technologies for teaching and research, and I thought you might be interested in attending. I like to begin with a technical overview of Mathematica, as well as briefly touching on the creation of Wolfram|Alpha. Next, we can discuss emerging trends in technology and what is currently available (or being developed) to support those trends. Then, to give you a sense of what's possible, I'll discuss how other organizations use these tools for teaching and research. I think you'll be pleasantly surprised to see how suitable these technologies are for projects, course examples, and student assignments in any course where data and mathematical relationships are involved--from social science to business and economics and across all STEM fields. So that my presentation touches on the right topics, can you let me know where you'd like to use software more in your courses and research?

Last updated: 2018/02/20 - 4:21am