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Christine Dietrich

International Mathematica User Conference 2009

August 11, 2009 — Christine Dietrich, Senior Partnerships Manager

Do you want to meet other Mathematica users? Are you excited to learn more about Wolfram|Alpha? We are pleased to announce that this year’s International Mathematica User Conference will be held October 22–24 in Champaign, Illinois, USA. The annual conference is a great place to talk to Mathematica developers and enthusiasts about different projects and ideas using Wolfram Research products.

This year’s presentations will cover topics in education, physics, engineering, social sciences, mathematics, computer science, statistics, technology, and more. You’ll have an opportunity to learn about new features and view highlights from Advanced Mathematica Summer School projects. In addition to the talks and workshops, Wolfram Education Group training will be offered in conjunction with the conference. Attendees will also get a chance to network with other Mathematica users and Wolfram staff at the welcome reception and the closing dinner.

Whether you’re a new user or a long-time Mathematica enthusiast, we’d love to see you at this year’s conference. Please register to reserve your spot—we’re hoping to see you in October! Stay tuned to the Wolfram Blog for more details on speakers and special events as we get closer to the conference dates.

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This will be very nice , I want go…

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Posted by marketing digital    August 11, 2009 at 4:49 pm
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