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Russia and Ukraine Mathematica Tour 2008

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Anyone with an interest in the potential impact of computing on engineering, finance, research, and education will benefit from these lectures. Those not yet familiar with Mathematica will gain an overview of the system and discover the breadth of applications it can address, while experts will get firsthand experience with the most important breakthroughs in Mathematica technology since Version 1 was released in 1988.

Tuesday, May 27: Moscow  [poster]

Moscow State University
2nd Educational Building
VMK Faculty MSU
Leninskie Gory, Moscow 119992
RUSSIA

Presentation:
Auditorium P5

Training:
Auditorium 248
Note: This training session is full and registration for it is now closed. If you have any questions, please contact russia-tour@wolfram.com.

Wednesday, May 28: St. Petersburg  [poster]

Institute of Mathematics in St. Petersburg
Marble Hall
27 Fontanka St
St. Petersburg 191023
RUSSIA

Presentation:
Marble Hall
Thursday, May 29: Kiev  [poster]
Kiev University
Building 1
Physics Department
2 Glushkov Prosp., Kiev, 01033
UKRAINE

Presentation:
Auditorium 200

Training:
Room 104
Friday, May 30: Kiev  [poster]
National University of "Kiev-Mohyla Academy"
Building 1
G. Skovoroda St, 2, Kiev, 04070
UKRAINE

Presentation and Training:
Room 310

For additional information about this tour, please send email to russia-tour@wolfram.com.

You may also be interested in our free online seminar, "S10: A Technical Overview of Mathematica," which is offered in several languages including Russian (starting June 2008) and English.

Mathematica is used in thousands of academic institutions, research labs, and companies around the world. It is deployed both as an interactive calculation tool and a programming language across fields as diverse as engineering, science, finance, and education. For details, see the Mathematica website.

Oleksandr Pavlyk is a senior kernel developer at Wolfram Research. He works in the area of symbolic calculus, specializing in numeric and symbolic support of special functions. Pavlyk received his PhD in physics from Penn State University in the United States, and did undergraduate studies in National Taras Shevchenko University of Kiev in Ukraine. Pavlyk has given a number of Mathematica presentations in the United States, and was the main lecturer for the Wolfram Research Tour of Russia and Ukraine.

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.



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