Wolfram Technology Conference 2010

Schedule

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Time Talk Location
7:30–9am BREAKFAST Illini Ballroom
8:30–9am Symbolic C & Code Generation in Mathematica 8
Rob Knapp / Tom Wickham-Jones
Wolfram Research Presentations
Golden Gophers/Spartans
8:30–9am Make: Mathematics with Mathematica »
Scott Gray

Education
Fighting Illini
8:30–9am Game Development with Mathematica »
Sarah Flannery

Science and Engineering
Little Chief
8:30–9am Educational Experience—First Steps in Mathematica with Option Pricing Background »
Lukas Ladislav

Economics, Business, and Social Sciences
Nittany Lions/Wildcats/Boilermakers
9–11am Problem Solving Clinic
Various Wolfram Research Developers
Wolfram Research Workshops and Tutorials
Golden Gophers/Spartans
9–9:30am Visualizing U.S. Public Health Data with Mathematica »
Susan Garavaglia

Economics, Business, and Social Sciences
Fighting Illini
9–9:30am Accelerating Neural Networks Using NVIDIA CUDA Technology »
Zdenek Buk

Mathematica Programming and Applications
Little Chief
9–9:30am Optica 4 »
Ann Williamson

Third-Party Applications
Nittany Lions/Wildcats/Boilermakers
9:30–10am Aerospace Origami & Fractal Folding »
Yves Klett

Science and Engineering
Fighting Illini
9:30–10am Stop Teaching Calculating, Start Teaching Math—Fundamentally Reforming the Math Curriculum
Conrad Wolfram
Wolfram Research Presentations
Little Chief
10–10:30am Exploring Properties of Fourier Transform Interactivity »
Stanislav Hledik

Education/Mathematics
Fighting Illini
10–10:30am A Halo Current and Magnetic Field of a Permanent Nut-Shaped Magnet »
Haiduke Sarafian

Science and Engineering
Little Chief
10–10:30am Numeric & Exact Linear Algebra in Mathematica
Jaewon Jang and Koji Ouchi
Wolfram Research Presentations
Nittany Lions/Wildcats/Boilermakers
10:30–11am Processing Large Datasets with Mathematica & Kdb+ »
Salvatore Mangano

Mathematica Programming and Applications
Fighting Illini
10:30–11am Implementation of Mathematica into the College Curriculum for Economy & Management Students »
Veronika Kainzová

Education
Little Chief
10:30–11:30am Parallel/Grid Computing for Everyone
Jason Martinez
Wolfram Research Workshops and Tutorials
Nittany Lions/Wildcats/Boilermakers
11–11:30am A Mathematica Revolution in High School Physics »
Joshua Lake and Brian Geyer

Education
Golden Gophers/Spartans
11–11:30am Pushing the Envelope: Advanced Strategies for Data Modeling »
Mark Kotanchek

Third-Party Applications
Fighting Illini
11:30am–1pm LUNCH Illini Ballroom
1–3pm CUDA & OpenCL Programming in Mathematica for Experienced Users
Abdul Dakkak and Ulises Cervantes-Pimentel
Wolfram Research Workshops and Tutorials
Golden Gophers/Spartans
1–1:30pm Financial Computation in Mathematica
Edward Bukhman and Ryan Smith
Wolfram Research Presentations
Fighting Illini
1–2pm Application Development with Wolfram Workbench
Adam Berry
Wolfram Research Presentations
Nittany Lions/Wildcats/Boilermakers
1:30–2pm Reducing the Driven Dynamics of Spike Generation to a One-Dimensional Map »
David E. O'Gorman

Science and Engineering
Fighting Illini
1:30–2pm Application of Mathematica Software in University Education of Students with Majors in Physics or Optics »
Jan Říha

Education
Little Chief
2–2:30pm Seeing the Light—Using Mathematica 8 for Correlation Spectroscopy »
William Meyer

Science and Engineering
Fighting Illini
2–3pm Acceler-8 Session
Various presenters/topics – five minutes per topic (Pecha Kucha style)
Wolfram Research Presentations
Little Chief
2–3pm Visualization in Mathematica
Brett Champion / Yu-Sung Chang
Wolfram Research Presentations
Nittany Lions/Wildcats/Boilermakers
2:30–3pm Risk Measures in Finance Revisited »
Jan Hurt

Economics, Business, and Social Sciences
Fighting Illini
3–3:30pm BREAK

Mathematica in Action: Problem Solving through Visualization and Computation, Third Edition book signing
Stan Wagon

Written by award-winning author Stan Wagon, this third edition of Mathematica in Action guides beginner and veteran users alike through Mathematica's powerful tools for mathematical exploration. The book contains numerous examples and case studies that emphasize the breadth of Mathematica and utilize its newest tools, such as dynamic manipulations and adaptive three-dimensional plotting. Whenever possible, the book shows how Mathematica can be used to discover new things.

Bring your copy along, or you can purchase one at our bookstore!

Technology Conference Store
3:30–4pm The SmartCAE FAB: A Framework for Application Building with Mathematica »
Albert Retey

Mathematica Programming and Applications
Fighting Illini
3:30–4pm Accurately Resolving Rupture in Fourth Order Partial Differential Equations Modeling Thin Films Using NDSolve »
Allan Struthers

Science and Engineering
Little Chief
3:30–4pm The Effect of Transcription Factor Binding at Enhancers on Gene Expression in Humans »
Jeffrey Wang

Education
Nittany Lions/Wildcats/Boilermakers
4–5pm Interface Programming in Mathematica
Faisal Whelpley
Wolfram Research Presentations
Golden Gophers/Spartans
4–4:30pm Mathematica Graphics for Presenting Multidimensional Evidence »
Robert Yerex

Economics, Business, and Social Sciences
Fighting Illini
4–4:30pm A Novel Mathematica Approach for Causal Analysis of Molecular Simulations »
Aleksy Bartnik

Science and Engineering
Little Chief
4–5pm Workshop on Teaching Mathematics with Mathematica »
Debra Woods

Education
Nittany Lions/Wildcats/Boilermakers
4:30–5pm Probability & Statistics in Finance
Oleksandr Pavlyk
Wolfram Research Presentations
Fighting Illini
6–7pm COCKTAILS @ HILTON Fighting Illini / Little Chief
7–10pm CLOSING DINNER Illini Ballroom