Wolfram Technology Conference 2013 | Wolfram's Headquarter City | Champaign, IL

TRAINING

Make the most of your trip! Wolfram offers optional training workshops before and after our annual Technology Conference so you can learn something new or polish your skill set. Hosted by Wolfram experts, these training sessions can get you up and running more quickly than ever before. Remember, if you're a current Premier Service member, you'll save an additional 15% off these already discounted rates.

Note: You must bring your own laptop for these training sessions.

Mathematica: Programming in Mathematica

Thursday, October 24, 9am–noon

$150 Standard | $95 Educational

This new edition of our popular programming course focuses on the programming capabilities of Mathematica, including functional, procedural, and rule-based programming. It includes practical exercises and shows how to choose the appropriate programming paradigm for solving problems. The course is for those who have a basic familiarity with Mathematica. Basic skill level in any computer programming language is recommended.

The Wolfram Language: Visualization Fundamentals

Thursday, October 24, 1–4pm

$150 Standard | $95 Educational

Get the inside scoop on visualization in the Wolfram Language. This course covers both basic and advanced topics in visualization. Learn to create simple plots of functions and data, as well as complex interactive ones. Static and interactive graphics programming in the Wolfram Language is also covered, in addition to best practices that enable you to create large graphics efficiently. The differences between visualization techniques are illustrated with simple examples, which are then expanded to build larger real-world applications.

Extending Wolfram SystemModeler with Mathematica

Thursday, October 24, 9am–noon

$150 Standard | $95 Educational

This course is for those who are interested in a deeper understanding of how Wolfram SystemModeler, Mathematica, and Modelica work together. The course covers different ways to create models and components, model verification, and visualizing simulation results, as well as simulation control. Basic familiarity with Wolfram SystemModeler is a prerequisite for this class.

Mathematica for Data Science

Thursday, October 24, 1–4pm

$150 Standard | $95 Educational

Mathematica's integrated environment makes it an efficient tool for both analyzing and presenting data. This course will cover aspects of Mathematica relevant to analytics, including statistical computation, interactive visualization, data import/export, connectivity with other languages and runtimes, out-of-core processing, packages for interacting with parallelization frameworks like Hadoop, and automatic generation of reports.