Wolfram Technologies Workshop

This free event features both presentations and workshops and is open to all.

Seats are limited, so register soon.

You'll learn about the latest in Wolfram technologies through live tutorials and training sessions, and you're also encouraged to bring your laptop along, so you can join in and take advantage of these interactive sessions.

Or you can just sit back and enjoy the sessions as presentations.

The Program

Wolfram Technologies Overview: What's New
Whether you're new to Mathematica or are already familiar with the system, you will gain valuable information about applying our computation to your workflow most efficiently.

Download a free 30-day trial of Mathematica here.

Hands-On: Mathematica an Introduction
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.

System Modeling: New Era in Design Optimisation
Learn how Wolfram SystemModeler can be used to build and simulate complex hierarchical systems in the Modelica component-based paradigm. SystemModeler allows multidomain models to be built through an easy-to-use drag-and-drop environment, or else programmatically. Simulation results (and entire models) may then be imported into Mathematica to leverage our 25 years of development in analytical software and powerful interactive capabilities.

Hands-On: 10 Tips for Writing Fast Wolfram Language Code
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, as this session will teach you all the tips you will ever need.


Martin Hadley is a member of the Technical Communications and Strategy Group and works in the Oxfordshire office of Wolfram Research Europe Ltd. He is 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.