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FAQ

What if I miss a talk or want to attend two concurrent sessions?

Following the conference, all talks will be available on demand.

How much does the conference cost?

The Wolfram Virtual Conference is free to attend.

Is this conference the same as the Wolfram Technology Conference?

No. The Wolfram Virtual Conference is a free, half-day event that will include talks with Q&A and access to virtual networking. The Wolfram Technology Conference in Champaign, Illinois is a fee-based, three-day event that will include 100+ talks and hands-on workshops, in-person networking, and access to Wolfram developers. Depending on your schedule, ability to travel, and learning preferences, we have a way to help you get the most out of Wolfram technologies.

Who is this conference for?

Everybody—from Mathematica non-users to new and experienced users looking to expand their Mathematica, Computable Document Format, Wolfram SystemModeler, and Wolfram|Alpha skills for specific solutions. The conference talks cover diverse fields and applications across experience levels.

Attend if you are interested in:

  • Learning about Mathematica and Wolfram technologies for the first time
  • Expanding your knowledge beyond your current uses of Mathematica
  • Getting more information before attending the Wolfram Technology Conference

How does the Wolfram Virtual Conference work?

Once you've registered, you will receive a confirmation email with access details. Reminders will be sent prior to the event. On the day of the conference, you log in to the event's virtual environment. Much like attending an in-person conference, you can attend talks, including Q&A; interact with Wolfram staff and other attendees; browse related solutions; and download useful resources.

Will there be an opportunity to ask questions at the conference?

Yes. The last 10 minutes or so of each talk are reserved for Q&A. You can submit questions via chat during the talk.

What time is the conference?

The conference will take place on Tuesday, April 16 from 1–4:30pm Eastern Daylight Time.

In what languages will content be available?

All talks and materials will be available in English only.

Do I need to have Mathematica installed in order to attend?

You do not need Mathematica in order to attend the conference. You will need a high-speed internet connection and a web browser with Adobe Flash Player installed.

What are the minimum system requirements?

Windows

  • Microsoft Internet Explorer 7, 8, 9, 10; Mozilla Firefox; Google Chrome
  • Adobe® Flash® Player 10.3

Mac OS

  • Mozilla Firefox; Apple Safari; Google Chrome
  • Adobe® Flash® Player 10.3

Linux

  • Mozilla Firefox
  • Adobe® Flash® Player 10.3

Additional requirements:

  • Cookies need to be enabled in your web browser

Other questions?

Please contact us at events@wolfram.com.