What's New in <em>Mathematica</em> and the Wolfram Language

Back by popular demand!

With the latest release of Mathematica, conquering your workflows in the most efficient way just became easy! During this event, you will be taken on a guided tour by our Wolfram experts on the latest functions and features of Mathematica and how implementing the Wolfram Language can massively increase your productivity. The event is free to attend, but registration is required.

The event's focus will be:

  • Machine learning
  • Computational geometry
  • Enhanced image processing
  • Enhanced visualization and graphics
  • Data handling
  • Time series and signal processing
  • Cloud deployment

Who should attend?

If you want to learn how to fully optimize your workflow for your research, work, or studies with the latest capabilities of Mathematica, you must be there! You can bring along your laptop if you wish to join in, or just sit back and be ready to be amazed by Wolfram's latest technologies. No prior knowledge of Mathematica is required.


The Wolfram Centre has ample free parking and is a 10-minute walk from the Hanborough train station, which is easily accessible from London Paddington in just over an hour train ride.


Jon McLoone has been with Wolfram Research since 1992, working on software development, system design, technical writing, and strategy. He supports educational projects in cooperation with universities and government research and has lectured on Wolfram technologies around the world. McLoone has a degree in mathematics from Durham University.

Anthony Zupnik has been a member of the Wolfram team since late 2013 as a Technical Content Developer. His responsibilities have included delivering technical presentations in academic and corporate settings as well as leading Wolfram technology workshops, seminars, and trainings.