Chicago Mathematica Day 2006--September 21

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Program Details
The Chicago Mathematica Day is a unique opportunity for professionals and educators in any field to learn more about the latest advances in technical computing with Mathematica.

A variety of sessions, including hands-on training from Wolfram Education Group, will introduce attendees to Mathematica's core capabilities. The event will also feature talks from our users and a special preview of upcoming Mathematica technologies.

MathWorld creator Eric Weisstein will be on hand to provide a rare inside look at the new era of Mathematica and discuss how recent innovations for programming, numerics, symbolics, and interactive graphics can be applied to a wide variety of fields.

There is no cost to attend any of the sessions, but registration is required. To make a reservation, please complete the conference registration form.

Location
IIT--Stuart School of Business
565 West Adams Street
Chicago, IL 60661
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Schedule
The schedule is available here.

For More Information
For further details, send email to events@wolfram.com.

About the Speakers
Dr. Eric Weisstein is the author of MathWorld, the award-winning and most widely accessed online mathematics encyclopedia. He has been with Wolfram Research's Scientific Information department since 1999. Dr. Weisstein has a deep understanding of Mathematica and its applications throughout business, education, and the sciences, and is a close advisor to the algorithm and interface development teams at Wolfram Research.

Dr. Michael Kelly is an Associate Professor in Finance at the Stuart Graduate School of Business, Illinois Institute of Technology. He teaches Masters and Ph.D. courses in Financial Modeling and Computational Finance. Both sequences of courses are heavily dependent upon the use of Mathematica. He is also an accredited Mathematica software consultant and trainer.

Andreas Lauschke has a master's degree in financial mathematics from the Technical University of Berlin. He first used Mathematica in 1993 for his master's thesis about cost optimization and has been using it ever since. He is very well-versed with the Mathematica platform and has developed numerous applications in Mathematica that leverage with Java and .NET. He is a former Wolfram Research employee and now works for DRW Holdings, Inc., in Chicago in the position of Quantitative Researcher.

About Wolfram Research
Wolfram Research is the world's leading developer of technical computing software, offering organization-wide computing solutions. Led by Mathematica, its flagship product, the company's software is relied on today by several million enthusiastic users around the world and has received many awards for technical excellence. A privately held company, Wolfram Research was founded in 1987 by Stephen Wolfram and is headquartered in the United States, with offices in Europe and Japan. Additional information about Wolfram Research and its products is available.