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Schedule

Held September 25
Applying Mathematica
in Industry and Research
Applying Mathematica
in Education

Words of Welcome

Mastering Dynamic Visualizations with Mathematica
with Vitaliy Kaurov

Mathematica for Teaching and Student Use
with Cliff Hastings

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Vitaliy Kaurov
Mastering Dynamic Visualizations with Mathematica
with Vitaliy Kaurov

Videos, animations, and interactive infographics are used increasingly in scientific, technical, and even popular media. Mathematica provides a number of approaches to producing dynamic visualizations. With a few applications we will illustrate principles behind construction of graphics sequences, manipulations of simulated camera, building interactive interfaces, operations on standard video formats and data, and more.

X
Cliff Hastings
Mathematica for Teaching and Student Use
with Cliff Hastings

Learn how to improve your classroom experience with Mathematica. This talk gives a tour of functionality relevant to teaching and learning, along with case studies and best-practice suggestions for course integration. Topics include making your classroom dynamic with interactive models and a survey of computation and visualization capabilities useful for teaching practically any subject at any level.

Graphics Language Quick Start
with Yu-Sung Chang

Wolfram|Alpha in the Classroom
with David Walsh

X
Yu-Sung Chang
Graphics Language Quick Start
with Yu-Sung Chang

Mathematica provides rich and powerful graphic building blocks tightly integrated into its high-level programming language. This is an ideal introductory course for anyone who tries to visualize their ideas in 2D and 3D computer graphics using Mathematica. The topics include: graphics primitives, styling directives, constructors for complex models, animations, and import/export of common graphics formats. Extra topics such as drawing interface and basic image processing will be briefly provided.

X
David Walsh
Wolfram|Alpha in the Classroom
with David Walsh

This talk gives an introduction and overview of Wolfram|Alpha and how to integrate its powerful knowledge into the K-12 classroom.

Open Chat with CDF Experts

Open Chat with Wolfram Education Experts

Presentations with Personality
with Harry Calkins

A New Way of Learning and Sharing: CDF in Education
with Yu-Sung Chang

X
Harry Calkins
Presentations with Personality
with Harry Calkins

How to create a presentation in Mathematica and individualize it using stylesheets.

X
Yu-Sung Chang
A New Way of Learning and Sharing: CDF in Education
with Yu-Sung Chang

In education, you face a tough choice: an easier (to create) yet lifeless and static way of learning or an engaging but complicated and time-consuming process. The Wolfram Computable Document Format (CDF) provides a new streamlined way of educational communication without the compromises. In this course, we demonstrate three everyday scenarios in education: teaching and sharing, testing and reporting, and academic research and publication with CDF. Throughout the course, we will propose ideas to make the typical tasks in education more exciting, dynamic, and interactive.

From Desktop to Web: Deploying Ideas with CDF
with Vitaliy Kaurov

X
Vitaliy Kaurov
From Desktop to Web: Deploying Ideas with CDF
with Vitaliy Kaurov

CDF brings professional interactive electronic publishing from the realm of specialized companies to the hands of individuals. A perfect presentation and rich sharing options are crucial in developing ideas. The talk covers all CDF deployment options, from standalone applications to web delivery, and includes details on HTML embedding and usage of popular platforms and services such as WordPress, Amazon S3, and others. Deploy anything, from courseware and infographics to applications and scientific research and analytics reports.

Applying Mathematica
in Industry and Research
Applying Mathematica
in Education

Words of Welcome

Mastering Dynamic Visualizations with Mathematica
with Vitaliy Kaurov

Mathematica for Teaching and Student Use
with Cliff Hastings

X
Vitaliy Kaurov
Mastering Dynamic Visualizations with Mathematica
with Vitaliy Kaurov

Videos, animations, and interactive infographics are used increasingly in scientific, technical, and even popular media. Mathematica provides a number of approaches to producing dynamic visualizations. With a few applications we will illustrate principles behind construction of graphics sequences, manipulations of simulated camera, building interactive interfaces, operations on standard video formats and data, and more.

X
Cliff Hastings
Mathematica for Teaching and Student Use
with Cliff Hastings

Learn how to improve your classroom experience with Mathematica. This talk gives a tour of functionality relevant to teaching and learning, along with case studies and best-practice suggestions for course integration. Topics include making your classroom dynamic with interactive models and a survey of computation and visualization capabilities useful for teaching practically any subject at any level.

Graphics Language Quick Start
with Yu-Sung Chang

Wolfram|Alpha in the Classroom
with David Walsh

X
Yu-Sung Chang
Graphics Language Quick Start
with Yu-Sung Chang

Mathematica provides rich and powerful graphic building blocks tightly integrated into its high-level programming language. This is an ideal introductory course for anyone who tries to visualize their ideas in 2D and 3D computer graphics using Mathematica. The topics include: graphics primitives, styling directives, constructors for complex models, animations, and import/export of common graphics formats. Extra topics such as drawing interface and basic image processing will be briefly provided.

X
David Walsh
Wolfram|Alpha in the Classroom
with David Walsh

This talk gives an introduction and overview of Wolfram|Alpha and how to integrate its powerful knowledge into the K-12 classroom.

Open Chat with CDF Experts

Open Chat with Wolfram Education Experts

Presentations with Personality
with Harry Calkins

A New Way of Learning and Sharing: CDF in Education
with Yu-Sung Chang

X
Harry Calkins
Presentations with Personality
with Harry Calkins

How to create a presentation in Mathematica and individualize it using stylesheets.

X
Yu-Sung Chang
A New Way of Learning and Sharing: CDF in Education
with Yu-Sung Chang

In education, you face a tough choice: an easier (to create) yet lifeless and static way of learning or an engaging but complicated and time-consuming process. The Wolfram Computable Document Format (CDF) provides a new streamlined way of educational communication without the compromises. In this course, we demonstrate three everyday scenarios in education: teaching and sharing, testing and reporting, and academic research and publication with CDF. Throughout the course, we will propose ideas to make the typical tasks in education more exciting, dynamic, and interactive.

From Desktop to Web: Deploying Ideas with CDF
with Vitaliy Kaurov

X
Vitaliy Kaurov
From Desktop to Web: Deploying Ideas with CDF
with Vitaliy Kaurov

CDF brings professional interactive electronic publishing from the realm of specialized companies to the hands of individuals. A perfect presentation and rich sharing options are crucial in developing ideas. The talk covers all CDF deployment options, from standalone applications to web delivery, and includes details on HTML embedding and usage of popular platforms and services such as WordPress, Amazon S3, and others. Deploy anything, from courseware and infographics to applications and scientific research and analytics reports.