My colleague, Tonya, recently sent me a note about the Colombia Mathematica Tour 2011, which is scheduled for late February/early March. If any of you are in the area, be sure to sign up. I'm sure Tonya would love to meet with you to discuss Mathematica's use at your campus.
If you are unable to attend this event, but would like to request a technical talk for your organization, please let us know.
We invite you to participate in the Colombia Mathematica Tour 2011, which includes a variety of lectures, talks, and training tailored specifically for you and your colleagues.
The tour will begin with the Colombia Mathematica users' conference at Universidad de Los Andes in Bogotá, including an opportunity for a four-hour hands-on Mathematica training session. Other stops on the tour, in Cali and Medellín, will include a series of free lectures and hands-on presentations that will provide you with an overview of the new features in Mathematica 8, as well as talks specifically on using Mathematica in statistics, engineering, and finance. Registration is required for both the lecture series and the training sessions, as seats are limited.http://www.wolfram.com/events/colombia2011
Whether you are an experienced Mathematica user or a complete beginner, these world-renowned technical talks will teach you how to use Mathematica in almost any field--finance, statistics, engineering, software development, image processing, and much more.
The tour showcases the breakthroughs that broaden Mathematica’s scope and explores its global impact on a wide range of areas in research and education, including the new free-form input feature. Using hands-on learning, the training will show you the broad range of Mathematica applications across all computational fields.
Space is limited, so please register now to make sure you get a seat. To sign up or to learn more about the tour, click the link below:http://www.wolfram.com/events/colombia2011/register.cgi
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Wolfram Research, Inc.
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