Maryam Karbalai got to know Mathematica in 1998 during her mathematics studies at Fachhochschule Gießen-Friedberg and used it, for example, for programming her research projects in operations research and business mathematics. Her experiences also include business mathematics and stochastic theory. In addition, she gives talks, seminars, and workshops on Mathematica. At ADDITIVE GmbH, she is responsible for sales, distribution, and trainings of this software.
Karbalai has been teaching Mathematica courses for ADDITIVE GmbH since 2001 at universities, in research groups, and at commercial organizations. The courses are in the business mathematics, natural sciences, and life sciences fields.
|Organization:||ADDITIVE GmbH, Department of Software, Friedrichsdorf, Germany|
|Degrees:||Dipl. Math., Fachhochschule Gießen-Friedberg|
|Languages:||German, English, Farsi|
|Interests:||Mathematica, operations research, stochastic theory, sports, art, music|