Program Details Announced for Wolfram Technology Conference 2011
August 12, 2011 — Wolfram Blog Team
Only 10 more weeks to go until the Wolfram Technology Conference 2011, and we have just added details for nearly 50 talks and interactive sessions to the conference website. We will cover a broad array of topics across mathematics and statistics; finance, business, and social sciences; education; software development; science and engineering; electronic publishing; visualization; and more!
Presentation titles and abstracts are being added every day! See our current list of talks and workshops here.
Not sure what to expect? Here are a couple of examples from last year:
- Mathematica Graphics for Presenting Multidimensional Evidence
by Robert Yerex
- Probability & Statistics in Finance
by Oleksandr Pavlyk
Don’t see exactly what you’re looking for? We’re still taking talk submissions—submit yours today.
Hot topics for 2011 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
Oh, and don’t forget to register if you haven’t done so already.
See you in October!