Mathematica seminar on finance and economics

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Mathematica seminar on finance and economics

Postby Kathy_Bautista » Mon Aug 02, 2010 4:35 pm

My colleague Mike Honeychurch forwarded me the following note just a bit ago. Although this seminar won't cover teaching with Mathematica, I thought some of you might be interested in attending to see how Mathematica is being used for real-world applications in finance and economics.

-Kathy

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The Mathematica in Finance and Economics seminar will be held this Wednesday, August 4, at the Buckingham Athletic Club in downtown Chicago from 5:30pm to 7pm.

Discover why many financial companies rely on Mathematica and how its cutting-edge technology provides them with the tools they need to be competitive in today's market.

You'll learn how Mathematica can improve your workflow and help you with the following:

* Rapid development and prototyping of trading algorithms
* Quick data analysis through seamless connections to databases and other software
* Easy creation of reports, charts, and interactive GUIs for presentations
* Reduction of development time by letting you work entirely within one environment

The seminar is free but registration is required to help us arrange catering. All registered attendees will be entered into a drawing to win an iPad. For more information on the seminar, please click here:
http://www.wolfram.com/events/chicago2010

Best regards,


Mike Honeychurch
Wolfram Research, Inc.
1-800-965-3726 ext. 3226
fax: 217-398-1108
mike_honeychurch@wolfram.com
Katherine Bautista
Senior Academic Program Manager
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