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webMathematica Seminar

Washington, DC
September 19, 2002

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webMathematica is a new server-based technology that merges the computing power of Mathematica with the convenience and accessibility of the web. Built around Java servlets, webMathematica is fully compatible with state-of-the-art dynamic web systems. It can be used to build custom websites that provide premium customers with specialized calculations, to publish interactive papers, and to deploy calculators, algorithms, and problem solvers over the web or intranets.

In this seminar, Tom Wickham-Jones, Director of Strategic Kernel Technology at Wolfram Research, Inc. and key developer of webMathematica, will introduce this new technology and present an in-depth tutorial with live demonstrations of the technology.

With a focus on the technology, the seminar will provide instruction on how to develop content for a webMathematica site and how to administer the site. Examples will include using webMathematica to build web-based calculators and larger web-computing environments. The seminar will demonstrate integrating webMathematica with existing web environments as well as with web technologies such as Java Server Pages (JSP) and database connectivity tools. In addition, the seminar will show how to call a webMathematica server from other clients such as spreadsheet and Java applications.


The Governor's House Hotel
1615 Rhode Island Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20036
phone: 202-296-2100


Thursday, September 19, 2002


8 - 9 a.m.  Registration and Breakfast
9 - 9:30 a.m. Introduction to Mathematica
9:30 - 10:30 a.m. webMathematica Basics
10:30 - 10:45 a.m. Coffee Break
10:45 a.m. - noon webMathematica Advanced Techniques
To make a reservation, please complete the seminar registration form.


Tom Wickham-Jones
Director of Strategic Kernel Technology
Wolfram Research, Inc.

About Wolfram Research

Wolfram Research is the world's leading developer of technical computing software. The company was founded in 1987 by Stephen Wolfram and released the first version of Mathematica, its flagship product, on June 23, 1988. Mathematica is a comprehensive package that combines symbolic and numerical functionality, data visualization, a high-level programming language, and flexible links to other applications. The recipient of many industry awards for technical excellence, Wolfram Research provides its financial services clients with a powerful, general-purpose system for the rapid prototyping, visualization, and implementation of mathematical financial models. Specialized tools are available for time series, the pricing and analysis of derivatives, and more.

For More Information

For more information about webMathematica, visit the products section of our website.

Note: The Governor's House Hotel has a limited number of hotel rooms available at a special conference rate on a first-come, first-served basis for the night of Wednesday, September 18, 2002. When making your reservation, be sure to mention Wolfram Research to receive the special rate.