Wolfram Research is excited to announce plans for the upcoming South Africa Mathematica Tour 2010. The South Africa Mathematica Tour provides an exciting opportunity to experience and explore the revolutionary advancements Mathematica offers to South Africa's technical computing community. The tour features talks from Mathematica experts as well as hands-on training for attendees. Additional information about the South Africa Mathematica Tour 2010 is provided below.
Powerful Advances in Technical Computing Showcased during the South Africa Mathematica Tour 2010
August 17, 2010, Champaign, Illinois--Wolfram Research announced plans today to give South Africa's technical computing community a firsthand look at the powerful new capabilities of Mathematica during the South Africa Mathematica Tour 2010, which runs 30 August through 15 September.
With stops in Cape Town, Durban, Johannesburg, and Port Elizabeth Pretoria, the South Africa Mathematica Tour 2010 gives both experts and beginners a unique opportunity to experience the powerful advancements of Mathematica, including integrated image processing, parallel high-performance computing, and on-demand data. The tour also highlights Mathematica's impact on a wide range of fields, from engineering and finance to research and education.
Each half-day event features talks by local Mathematica experts who will demonstrate Mathematica's exciting new technologies and help attendees learn how to incorporate Mathematica into their work. In addition to the featured talks, complimentary hands-on Mathematica training is offered at each location, so attendees can discover the breadth of Mathematica's new capabilities. Anyone interested in science, engineering, finance, research, or education is invited to attend these free events.
Space is limited and a high turnout is expected at each venue, so early registration is recommended. Registration details and a complete schedule are available at: