Mathematica Tour

We're bringing the Mathematica Tour to the Czech Republic and Slovakia. This free event features both presentations and workshops and is open to all.

You'll learn about latest in Wolfram technologies through live tutorials and training sessions.

You're encouraged to bring your laptop along, so you can join in and take advantage of these workshop sessions.

The Program

An Introduction to Wolfram Technologies (30 minutes):
Learn what Wolfram technologies make possible in different fields and markets and get a preview of what lies ahead in future products. You'll get a brief overview of Wolfram SystemModeler, Wolfram Finance Platform, webMathematica, CDF, and Mathematica.

Mathematica: An Introduction Training (1.5 hours):
After just 90 minutes, even new Mathematica users will have gained valuable information about working with the system more efficiently and getting the results they want.

Coffee Break

Tips for Writing Fast Wolfram Language Code Tutorial (1 hour):
This session will help you optimize your Wolfram Language code in Mathematica so that it evaluates and runs more efficiently. Participants are encouraged to bring a laptop and some existing Wolfram Language code (the language of Mathematica notebooks).

Download a free 30-day trial of Mathematica here.

Brno & Bratislava Only: Your Wolfram Project (14:00 onward) (EXCLUDING PRAGUE: Due to a high number of registrants in Prague, we will be delivering the exact same presentations and workshops in the morning as in the afternoon. Please only register for one of them.) Those who wish to get some technical advice on their existing Wolfram projects are encouraged to bring their notebooks and discuss their questions with Martin. You will have the opportunity to discuss any other questions you might have during business meetings in the afternoon. To arrange such meetings, please contact Rita Crook.

User Stories and Additional Speakers

The tour will feature demonstrations from Wolfram technology users of how they have implemented Wolfram technology into their workflows.

  • Prague: Petr Girg from Západočeská Univerzita in Plzeň
  • Brno: Tomas Rebok from CESNET
  • Bratislava: Monika Kovacova from STU Bratislava


Martin Hadley is a member of the Technical Communications and Strategy Group and works in the Oxfordshire office of Wolfram Research Europe Ltd. He's responsible for the delivery of technical presentations and a range of training events and courses. Martin earned his MPhys and BSc degrees in physics at the University of Leeds, United Kingdom.