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Green Energy Modeling

Investigate novel concepts for power production, understand energy markets and balance the grid using Wolfram System Modeler. In this presentation, we will use a simplified model of Sweden's power system to illustrate how the electrical grid is balanced.

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Roman Maeder
From within a Wolfram Language session, it is possible to connect to other Wolfram Language engines (kernels) both locally and on remote computers using a variety of connection methods. Such kernels can be used for ad-hoc evaluations, as session kernels of a notebook or bundled for parallel computation. Support for discovering, configuring and managing kernel resources has been modernized over the last three language versions, and is now available in a single coherent way across a wide variety of environments, from ad-hoc collections of workstations to managed clusters, supercomputers and cloud compute services. We give an overview over the kernel connection methods and their intended use cases. Connection methods discussed include local ...
Paul Abbott
For the last six years, the Wolfram Summer School has included an Educational Innovation track.There are many reasons why the school is an excellent place at which to develop and implement educational innovation: Extensive high-quality mentoring from experts and Wolfram Research developers, sharing their experience in making educational technologies Stephen Wolfram is an active participant and provides general guidance to—and review of—all projects Quality feedback from—and interaction with—other like-minded educators Intensive, hands-on three-to-four-week format including in-depth training on Wolfram Language technology development Lectures and discussions on computational thinking and current strategies Quickly develop education tools using Wolfram technologies The focus of projects is to change the way people learn and teach—for example, creating tools for students to use or management platforms for teachers In this presentation I will give an overview of the Wolfram Summer School ...
Roman Maeder
Iterators are a generalization of lists that are accessed one element at a time. Iterators allow us to work with data whose length is infinite or unknown, and they avoid the explicit generation of all elements at the same time, by using incremental generators. First presented a year ago, this project has now matured, and I would like to share some of the improvements made, focusing on programming techniques for paclet design, seamless integration of iterators into ...
Mads Bahrami, Nikolay Murzin
Giulio Alessandrini, Jesse Galef
Jose Martin-Garcia
Jose Martin-Garcia
Ankit Naik, Jan Brugard
Investigate novel concepts for power production, understand energy markets and balance the grid using Wolfram System Modeler. In this presentation, we will use a simplified model of Sweden's power system ...
Jeremy Stratton-Smith, Jordan Hasler, Anne Marie-Torresen, Enrique Zeleny Vazquez, Nicholas Brunk
We will discuss the 140+ resource functions that the Wolfram|Alpha Math Content team has published, primarily in the service of Wolfram|Alpha Notebook Edition. These functions build upon and sometimes ...
Ian Ford
Tree is a new fundamental construct in the Wolfram Language added in Version 12.3 used to represent rooted, ordered, labeled trees. In this talk, we will present a variety of new ...
Niko Erä-Esko
When developing a new aircraft, there are many different subcontractors involved for designing and manufacturing different components of the aircraft.
But how is each part tested before all the ...
Jordan Hasler
Modern learning spaces combine computation, visualization and concept exploration. Wolfram|Alpha Notebook Edition facilitates all three, teaching Wolfram Language along the way. This talk demonstrates the breadth and depth of ...
Rohan Mehta
The Marvel Cinematic Universe has expanded to include several shows on the Disney+ streaming platform, allowing Marvel to experiment with different styles. Ms. Marvel in particular has received a range of opinions, with some claiming that it has been review-bombed. To examine this claim, I used the tools ...
Christopher Cooley
Have you ever wanted to share your Wolfram Language code with colleagues or sell your code to the public? The Wolfram standalone applications project is working on making it easy ...
Riccardo Di Virgilio
The ExternalEvaluate framework lets you evaluate code from a number of external languages and environments such as Python, Ruby and Java directly in your Wolfram session. This talk will focus ...
Mike Yeh
I will give a quick review of the ideas of graph neural networks (GNN), then overview the potential types of GNN and show more details of algorithms that can be ...
Michael L Ulrey
It is often said that Bell's theorem demonstrates the impossibility of "local realism" as a basis for explaining quantum mechanics. In this talk, we attempt to separate the hype from the actual mathematics. How do wild statements about the nonlocality of the universe enter the picture? The goal is to identify ...
Eduardo Serna, Gosia Konwerska
Spatial datasets consisting of a set of measured values at specific locations are becoming increasingly important. Examples include temperature, elevation, concentration of minerals, etc. We will look at existing Wolfram ...
Eduardo Serna, Gosia Konwerska
Spatial point patterns are collections of randomly positioned events in space. Examples include trees in a forest, positions of stars, earthquakes, crime locations, animal sightings, etc. Spatial point data analysis, ...