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Tim Shine
In this video, Tim Shine, an anesthesiologist at Mayo Clinic, shares an example of how Mathematica is used to model complex physiological data about the blood pressure curve.
Frank Scherbaum
Geophysics professor Frank Scherbaum walks through an example of how he used Mathematica to develop an integrated system for students, teachers, and researchers to use in their probabilistic seismic hazard analysis work. Includes Spanish audio.
Frank Scherbaum
Geophysics professor Frank Scherbaum walks through an example of how he used Mathematica to develop an integrated system for students, teachers, and researchers to use in their probabilistic seismic hazard analysis work.
Frank Scherbaum
Geophysics professor Frank Scherbaum walks through an example of how he used Mathematica to develop an integrated system for students, teachers, and researchers to use in their probabilistic seismic hazard analysis work. Includes Japanese audio.
Steve Bush
In this video, Steve Bush, a mechanical engineer at Procter & Gamble, shares an example of how to use Mathematica to develop household consumer products and consider their economic feasibility.
Alan Savoy
Alan Savoy explains how Mathematica powers the analytics inside nGenera Corporation's new on-demand tool that allows companies to use live financial feeds to analyze their decisions.
Melih Sener
Biophysicist Melih Sener used Mathematica to piece a molecular jigsaw puzzle into one of the largest light harvesting assemblies ever put together on a computer. He explains how in this video.
Donald Barnhart
Mathematica-based Optica software is used for applications in fiber optics, lasers, and telescopes. Lead developer and chief Optica scientist Donald Barnhart highlights some examples in this video.
Sándor Kabai
Wolfram Demonstrations using Mathematica to model everyday life can be educational tools for math and science teachers around the world. Demonstrations author Sándor Kabai explains how in this video.
Daniel Warren
This video features Daniel Warren, director of research at Knowles Electronics, who shares an example of how Mathematica is used to develop and test microphones and speakers for hearing aids.
Abby Brown
Mathematica gives students the power to manipulate interactive graphics and develop complex data models. High-school teacher Abby Brown shares the success she experiences by using Mathematica in her classroom. Includes Spanish audio.
Abby Brown
Mathematica gives students the power to manipulate interactive graphics and develop complex data models. High-school teacher Abby Brown shares the success she experiences by using Mathematica in her classroom.
David DeBrota
This video features David DeBrota, a senior clinical research physician, who explains how he uses Mathematica to save time and money in drug trials. Includes Japanese audio.
John Kiehl
This video features John Kiehl, co-owner of Soundtrack Recording Studio, who shares an example of Mathematica using powerful set theory and pattern-matching capabilities to make and produce music. Includes Japanese audio.
David DeBrota
This video features David DeBrota, a senior clinical research physician, who explains how he uses Mathematica to save time and money in drug trials.
Markus van Almsick
In this video, Markus van Almsick explains why he chose Mathematica for a project to design safe children's playground equipment. Includes Japanese audio.
Richard Scott
This video, featuring Richard Scott of CDx Laboratories, gives an example of how Mathematica is used to prevent cancer with precision diagnosis. Includes Japanese audio.
William Meyer
William Meyer, the vice president of technology at Scattering Solutions, LLC, describes an example of using Mathematica's data-analysis capabilities to save time and money on drug screening.
Yves Papegay
In this video, Yves Papegay of INRIA describes how he uses Mathematica to apply symbolic computation coding methods to flight modeling and simulation applications. Includes Japanese audio.
Yves Papegay
In this video, Yves Papegay of INRIA describes how he uses Mathematica to apply symbolic computation coding methods to flight modeling and simulation applications.
Andrew Hull
This video features Mathematica user Andrew Hull, who explains how Mathematica is used to develop eco-friendly biofuel solutions.
John Kiehl
This video features John Kiehl, co-owner of Soundtrack Recording Studio, who shares an example of Mathematica using powerful set theory and pattern-matching capabilities to make and produce music.
Markus van Almsick
In this video, Markus van Almsick explains why he chose Mathematica for a project to design safe children's playground equipment.
William Meyer
William Meyer, the vice president of technology at Scattering Solutions, LLC, describes an example of using Mathematica's data-analysis capabilities to save time and money on drug screening. Includes Japanese audio.