Wolfram Technology Conference 2013 | Wolfram's Headquarter City | Champaign, IL
Thank you for making the 2013 Wolfram Technology Conference the best one yet. We're grateful to all of our presenters and attendees for making such a memorable and enjoyable event possible.

The Technology Conference is our opportunity to demonstrate not-yet-ready-for-the-public products and services. As such, attendees are bound by a nondisclosure agreement, and conference proceedings are initially only made available to registered attendees.

Celebrating 25 years of Mathematica—June 2013
What happened
New Technology

Wolfram developers and colleagues discussed the latest in innovative technologies for mobile devices, cloud computing, interactive deployment, and more.

Training + Learning

Attendees sharpened their skills in workshops and developer kitchens. With diverse talks on topics ranging from portfolio management to baseball physics, topical "Meet-Ups" and in-depth post-conference workshops, attendees report this was one of the most enlightening conferences yet!


Mathematica—the tool that makes all Wolfram technologies possible—celebrated its 25th anniversary in 2013. Attendees participated in special anniversary events and were privy to some wonderful surprises.


Passionate individuals and organizations have played a major role in expanding the many areas of computing where Wolfram technologies operate. We recognize these deserving recipients with the Wolfram Innovator Award. See past winners »

Wolfram Innovator Award
Topics covered

With the conference held just yards from Wolfram's headquarters, Wolfram staff were on hand to give practical help with the toughest computing challenges in problem-solving clinics and a glimpse of the future.

  • system modeling and simulation
  • computational finance
  • mobile deployment
  • interactive media
  • cloud computing
  • data science
  • visualization
  • tablet computing
  • image processing
  • social media
  • educational technology
  • high-performance computing
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