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Oxford Mathematica Publishing Day 2007

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Publishing representatives, including editors, sales and marketing executives, and production tools coordinators; current and potential authors of technical materials; and anyone with an interest in using Mathematica technology for presentation, documentation, or other publishing purposes, will benefit from this event. Those not yet familiar with Mathematica will gain a brief overview of the system and discover the breadth of its applications, and all attendees will learn more about its particular benefits for publishing as well as the types of publishing support available from Wolfram Research.

Oxford Saïd Business School
Seminar Room A
Park End Street
Oxford OX1 1HP

Sign-in starts at 9am and the conference begins at 9:30. For details, please see the schedule page.

If you have any questions about this conference, please contact:

Wolfram Research Europe Ltd.
10 Blenheim Office Park
Lower Road, Long Hanborough
Oxfordshire OX29 8RY
tel: +44-(0)1993-883400
fax: +44-(0)1993-883800

Registration modifications or cancellations should be sent to

Lunch is provided as part of the conference, at no additional charge, at the popular Smollensky's Bar and Grill--directly across from the conference site.

Smollensky's Bar and Grill
17 Park End Street
Oxford OX1 1HU

Mathematica is used in thousands of academic institutions, research labs, and companies around the world, deployed both as an interactive calculation tool and a programming language. Many hundreds of books, thousands of journal articles, several active journals, and numerous electronic books and courseware titles have been written and published using Mathematica, in fields as diverse as engineering, science, finance, and education. For details, see the Mathematica website.

André Kuzniarek is the document technology manager at Wolfram Research, where he came in 1990 after years of experience in the publishing and graphic design industries. His Wolfram career has involved all aspects of document creation and management, including graphic and type design, print production, stylesheet programming, and application development. His group recently migrated the entire Mathematica documentation from its traditional print production to an electronic environment for flexible deployment. Kuzniarek also leads the development team that provides a comprehensive and user-friendly technical authoring environment in Wolfram's stand-alone Publicon and as a component of Mathematica itself.

Jon McLoone has been a senior developer with Wolfram Research since 1992, working on software development, system design, technical writing, and strategy. He supports educational projects in cooperation with universities and government research, and has lectured on Mathematica around the world. McLoone is also the sales and marketing manager for Wolfram Research's enterprises in the United Kingdom. He has a degree in mathematics from Durham University.

Wolfram Research is the world's leading developer of computational software for science and technology, with a strong commitment to technological awareness and education. Led by Mathematica, its flagship product, the company's software is relied on today by several million enthusiastic users around the world and has been the recipient of many industry awards. Wolfram Research also contributes to education-related programs and scientific research, in addition to sponsoring the popular MathWorld website, The Wolfram Demonstrations Project, and a growing family of public mathematical resources made possible by Mathematica technology. A privately held company, Wolfram Research was founded in 1987 by Stephen Wolfram and is headquartered in the United States, with offices in England, Europe, and Japan. Additional information about Wolfram Research and its products is available.