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International Mathematica Symposium 2010

Postby Shannon_Chen » Sat Jul 10, 2010 3:55 pm

I am pleased to announce that the 10th International Mathematica Symposium (IMS) is taking place July 16-18 at Tsinghua University in Beijing:
http://www.ims2010.cc

This is an enthusiast-organized event that features senior Wolfram Research staff, as well as two keynotes from fellow faculty who are teaching with Mathematica.

Paul Abbott, University of Western Australia
An Innovative Approach to Teaching Computational Physics and Applied Mathematics

Abby Brown, Torrey Pines High School
Teaching and Learning with Mathematica

Come hear about Mathematica from renowned enthusiasts and users with all levels of experience at one of this year's most exciting Mathematica events. Learn about the newest features in Mathematica 7 and upcoming functionality in future versions from the people who build it, and get answers to questions you've been wanting to ask, but haven't had the opportunity.

If you can't make it to this event, refresh your knowledge or learn something new with the on demand seminar "An Overview of Mathematica for Eduation":
http://www.wolfram.com/broadcast/seminars/s01/

Shannon Chen
China Business Development Associate
Wolfram Research, Inc.
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Re: International Mathematica Symposium 2010

Postby Shannon_Chen » Tue Aug 10, 2010 6:35 pm

The symposium was successfully held at Tsinghua University. Senior experts from Wolfram Research introduced new features and applications of Mathematica and Wolfram|Alpha. Invited speakers presented their latest teaching and research results. Students showcased demonstration projects they created using Mathematica, revealing a new mode for how Chinese students utilize modern technical computing software.

Lively exchange took place between speakers and symposium participants, and everyone was impressed by the applications of Mathematica. Here is a detailed report on the symposium in Chinese with some photos:
http://www.emath.cn/shmeeting.htm

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