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Announcing the 2023 Wolfram Innovator Award Winners

Around the world, experts in computational intelligence have worked to push boundaries in the Wolfram technology stack in unique applications across different fields and disciplines. These leaders are recognized with the Wolfram Innovator Award at the Wolfram Technology Conference.

We are pleased to introduce and congratulate the 2023 Wolfram Innovator Award winners.

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Wolfram in the Wild: New Books for Mastering Calculus, Complex Variables and More

From calculus to engineering, Wolfram Language can assist in solving a variety of real-world problems and questions in many different fields. Staying up to date with the latest books written by our users is a great way to see how Wolfram Language can help in your work, studies or hobbies. The authors of the eight new books featured here demonstrate the widespread use of Wolfram Language. We were also able to catch up with three different authors, including Eric Schulz, to speak about their experiences with Mathematica and Wolfram Language and how they use them day to day.
Education & Academic

The Student Perspective: Wolfram Summer School 2022

Learn more and stay informed about Wolfram Summer School!
For the past 20 years, Stephen Wolfram has hosted the annual Wolfram Summer School: four weeks of intensive mentorship and teamwork and the completion of computational and research projects on a variety of topics, ranging from pure math to humanities, engineering, physics and more. Students from all over the world participate in Socratic classroom discussions, lecture series, casual networking events and coding sessions to help them design and complete original projects.
Education & Academic

Splitting a Point with Mathematica and MathTensor: A Mathematica Memoir

In the past few years, there have been many significant anniversaries in the Mathematica world. This has made me think about my long personal history working with all things Mathematica. Here I present an account of how I got involved with this world, developed my part of it and continue to use it. I show what I think is a unique application that differs from the other thousands of applications in Mathematica or the Wolfram Language presented on the various Wolfram Research websites, Wolfram Community and elsewhere. Finally, I attempt to describe the physics of what I do. The beginning historical part with much name-dropping can be skipped for those who want to read only about technical or physics issues.
Education & Academic

Using Neural Networks to Boost Student Learning in Chemistry

I attended the Wolfram Neural Networks Boot Camp 2020, and that inspired me to incorporate elements of data science and machine learning in my course. The helper functions for machine learning make it quite easy to experiment and introduce such applications to students. We chose to perform image recognition and classification problems that are routinely used to initiate the topics of both neural networks and machine learning.
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The Singular Euler–Maclaurin Expansion A New Twist to a Centuries-Old Problem

Of all mathematical operations, addition is the most basic: It’s what we learn first in school. Historically, it is the most ancient. While the simple task of getting the sum of two numbers is simple, sums of many numbers can easily turn into a challenging numerical problem if the number of summands is very large.

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Wolfram Technologies in Print: Featuring New Authors, Books and Subject Areas

Wolfram Language users make up an incredibly diverse community. People from all around the globe use Wolfram technologies in a variety of fields and industries. High-school and college students begin to use the Wolfram Language in all types of classes as well as for their own projects, and educators at all institutional levels use Wolfram products to prepare for and teach courses—at the world’s top 200 universities and beyond.

We’ve rounded up some of our users’ recently published books, and were honored to speak with two authors about their projects.
Education & Academic

Pandemic-Inspired Innovations Make for the Best Wolfram Summer School Yet

For more on Wolfram’s summer education programs, read our post about the Wolfram Summer Camp.

The 18th annual Wolfram Summer School has just thrown its graduation party in High Fidelity, a virtual world augmented with spatial audio. Students and faculty sang together during karaoke with a DJ and jukebox, chatted away mixing techspeak and humor, said farewells and had a ball celebrating the completion of the program. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we chose to make our summer programs more accessible to the students and faculty from all corners of the world—this year from 25 countries and all populated continents.