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Tech Talks 2018: Course Development for Wolfram U

Abrita Chakravarty, training and development specialist, discusses course development in the realm of data science and Wolfram Language training for Wolfram U.

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Aneet Narendranath, PhD
This is a demonstration of some of the early development in learning analytics tools for STEM education. The demonstration describes early results from these tools' deployment in a real classroom ...
Francisco Rodriguez Arias
James Lu
The analyses of patient response time courses following doses of therapeutics are currently performed using pharmacokinetic/pharmacodynamic (PK/PD) methodologies, based on differential equations. This requires considerable human expertise and ...
Christian Pasquel
Non-fungible tokens, also known as NFTs, are changing the way we think about value and property. In this talk, you'll be part of a computational exploration of this technology, its ...
Brett Champion
Piero Sanchez
We have been integrating the Wolfram Language with multiple blockchains in recent years, but now we are expanding the capabilities for our users to create their own connections to other ...
Colin Chapman
The Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority Systems Engineering Study involves the design, production, operation, evaluation and iteration of integrated systems. Integral to the study design is the identification and quantification of systems goals, the generation of system designs, trial and error, justified design tradeoffs, modeling and the implementation of a response. Students test and verify that the system is integrated, evaluate how the completed system meets the documented intention and reflect on the systems engineering process to create a design outcome. The study considers the interactions of systems with people, society and ecosystems. Key engineering goals include using a project management approach to optimize system efficiency and performance through agile processes. A range of key circuits and code fragments are expressed as building blocks for learners to design, conduct, analyze, critique and display meaningful research. The study design is a deep STEM offering for matriculation level. It rewards candidates for risk taking in the development of integrated electromechanical responses that are modeled and situated in a system. Study design rewards risk taking through its rubric-assessed processes of intention development, making and comprehensive evaluation ...
Anthony Zupnik
The Notebook Templating paclet provides a rich environment for creating repeatable documents using templates. Come along to this workshop where you will explore the scope of the paclet as well ...
Tim McDevitt
We will tour new vector plotting functions, including Stream Plot 3D,Vector Displacement Plot and Vector Displacement Plot 3D.
Nirmal Malapaka
In this talk, we will explore different geographic visualization functions in the Wolfram Language. We will look at how these functions can be used to visualize geo data. We will ...
Dariia Porechna
Cryptography is fascinating because of the close ties it forges between theory and practice. It makes use of bitwise computations, advanced algebra, string operations and everything in between. Explaining cryptography ...
Kurt Boge
The publishing house Forlaget Matematik has for some years been working on how to use Mathematica in the primary schools up to K10. We have now started a new project in Danish high schools aiming at how to improve the educational outcome using Mathematica. The primary goals are how to adjust Mathematica to the existing national curriculum, to examine the pedagogical potential of Mathematica ...
Victor Frost
An open educational resources ebook written in Mathematica is described. The goal was to bring the material to life through the use of student-driven interactive graphics, dynamic performance metric calculations and in-line questions. In-line questions provide the students with rapid feedback regarding their understanding of the material. The ebook contains 348 figures, of which 104 are interactive graphics. A unique pedagogical approach is used to teach the fundamentals of communication systems. The material opens with describing the transformation of bits into digital baseband waveforms. Double-sideband suppressed-carrier modulation and quadrature modulation then provide the foundation for the discussions of binary phase-shift keying, quadrature phase-shift keying, M-ary quadrature amplitude modulation, M-ary phase-shift keying and the basic theory of orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing. Traditional analog modulation systems are also discussed. Systems tradeoffs, including link budgets, are emphasized. Interactive graphics allow the students to engage with and visualize communication systems concepts as well as rapidly examine system tradeoffs and design alternatives. This ebook is provided to the students in the Computable Document Format. The instructor version of the ebook is a Mathematica notebook and is formatted to allow instructors to lecture directly from the notebook using Mathematica's Classic Slide Show palette. Separate notebooks containing solutions for the end-of-chapter questions are available, giving instructors the ability to create new problems ...
John Fultz
MinHsuan Peng
Shadi Ashnai
Kevin Hao, Alan Joyce, Ish Vardhani, Jason Sonnenberg, Keri Moran, Elisabetta Caldesi and Sharon Grimshaw
Microsoft & Wolfram have partnered to integrate Wolfram knowledge in Excel. Using the same technology used in Wolfram|Alpha and the Wolfram Language, Excel cells now have live information that users ...
Carlo Giacometti
Devendra Kapadia
I will give an overview of recent and upcoming features related to calculus and algebra in the Wolfram Language. These features include support for interval computation in more than one ...
Adam Strzebonski
Recent and upcoming releases of Mathematica include significant functionality extensions in functions for finding exact solutions of systems of equations and inequalities and for solving exact optimization problems. The extensions ...