The Central America Mathematica Tour 2011 is a unique opportunity to experience the advancements of Mathematica 8. With improvements like the new free-form input and expanded areas like finance, statistics, engineering, software development, and image processing, experts and novices in any technical computing field report learning quite a bit from Mathematica technical talks. The tour showcases the breakthroughs that broaden Mathematica's scope and explores its global impact on a wide range of areas in research and education.Wolfram Research trainers will give hands-on workshops to teach participants about incorporating Wolfram technologies into daily workflow, what Mathematica's key capabilities are for a given application, and how to become more familiar with available resources to get started right away.
|Featured Speakers:||Diego Oviedo Salcedo, Certified Wolfram Education Group Trainer|
|Tonya Geese, International Business Development Executive, Wolfram Research|
The tour events are free, but space is limited, and registration is required. To reserve your seat, please complete the registration form.