Join Us for the 23rd Wolfram Technology Conference, Oct 19-21, 2011
July 6, 2011 — Wolfram Blog Team
“Every conference brings reunions with old friends and a chance to make new ones among the many attendees who use Mathematica in a wide variety of industries and application areas.”
—Sal Mangano, Author of Mathematica Cookbook
If you are interested in the latest and future technologies that are shaping computation and algorithm-rich development… would like to keep current on how to most efficiently develop and deploy with Wolfram technologies… want to see how others are solving computation challenges across industries and fields…
Then join us for the Wolfram Technology Conference 2011 from October 19 through 21 in Champaign, Illinois, USA. Just steps from Wolfram’s headquarters, the conference will provide three days of pure productivity, featuring talks by Wolfram developers, users presenting real-world solutions, interactive workshops, developer kitchens, and the opportunity to exchange ideas with fellow Mathematica enthusiasts.
This year’s conference schedule will feature even more interactive and hands-on sessions and will cover topics that include:
- Deploying computable documents on the web
- Computational finance
- Creating engaging content for the classroom
- Computing with Wolfram|Alpha
- Engineering systems modeling, simulation, and analysis
- Image processing and wavelets
- Rapid app and interface construction
- C code generation and deployment
- Optimizing Wolfram technologies in HPC environments
- CUDA/OpenCL programming
- Web mashups and deployments
- Social coding
Also new for 2011 is the ability to customize your schedule online, share comments, and arrange meetings with both attendees and Wolfram developers. Stay up-to-date on Wolfram Technology Conference-related news by following @WolframTechCon and using the hashtag #WolframConf on Twitter.
Early bird discounts expire July 31—save money by registering today!