11–12 June
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European Wolfram Technology Conference 2013 | Frankfurt, Germany

SCHEDULE

The conference will have two tracks running simultaneously.

Tuesday 11 June
Conference Day 1 | 8:30–17:00
Dinner at the Radisson Blu | 18:30–21:00

Wednesday 12 June
Conference Day 2 | 8:30–15:30

There are training sessions, delivered in English, also available on Monday 10 June near Frankfurt. Separate registration is required, and you are requested to bring your own laptop to the classes.

Mathematica: Programming in Mathematica, 9:00–16:00, €195

Mathematica: An Introduction, 8:30–12:30, €135

Authoring Interactive Content with CDF, 13:15–17:15, €135

TALKS & PRESENTATIONS

Tuesday 11 June | First Floor, Dow Room

sessions before lunch
The Vision behind Wolfram Technologies
Conrad Wolfram
CEO, Wolfram Research Europe Ltd.
Making Knowledge Accessible with Wolfram|Alpha
Luc Barthelet
Executive Director, Wolfram|Alpha
Automotive Applications in Wolfram SystemModeler
Jan Brugård
CEO, Wolfram MathCore
Reporting and Publishing—The Interactive Future
Jon McLoone
Technical Communications and Strategy, Wolfram Research
sessions after lunch
Moving Computation to the Cloud
Tom Wickham-Jones
Director of Kernel Development, Wolfram Research
Multi-physics Modeling—An Industrial Overview
Oliver Rübenkönig
Mathematica Algorithm R&D Consultant, Wolfram Research
Finding and Visualizing Connections in Graph Networks
Martin John Hadley
Technical Presenter, Wolfram Research
Numerical Computation and Applications
Mark Sofroniou
Core Mathematica Engineering Consultant, Wolfram Research
Applications in Image Processing and Bioscience
Markus van Almsick
Mathematica Algorithm R&D Consultant, Wolfram Research

PRESENTATIONS & TUTORIALS

Tuesday 11 June | First Floor, Jones Room

sessions before lunch
Tutorial—Tips for Writing Fast Wolfram Language Code
Jon McLoone
Technical Communications and Strategy, Wolfram Research
Brain-Inspired Multi-orientation Image Analysis: An Interactive Introduction
Bart ter Haar Romeny & Erik Bekkers
Eindhoven University of Technology, the Netherlands
Industrial Data Analysis with Machine Learning Framework
Dl Dr Thomas Natschläger
Software Competence Center Hagenberg
Built-in Signal Processing in Mathematica 9
Markus van Almsick
Mathematica Algorithm R&D Consultant, Wolfram Research
sessions after lunch
Bringing Algorithmic Agility Center Stage in Finance
Martin John Hadley
Technical Presenter, Wolfram Research
Tutorial—Financial and Logistics Modeling Using Wolfram SystemModeler
Jan Brugård
CEO, Wolfram MathCore
Tutorial—Using CDFs to Teach Microeconomics
Loreto Llorente & Javier Puértolas
Department of Economics, Universidad Pública de Navarra, Spain
Further Steps into Interaction Programming
Rémi Barrère
Univ Franche-Comte, ENSMM, France
Tailor-Made C Code Generation with the SymbolicC Package
Stefan Janecek
Senior Researcher, MathConsult GmbH, Austria
Using EnterpriseCDF and webMathematica in a New Approach of Accounting Forensics for Company Bankruptcy
Dr Rolf Mertig (Gluon Vision GmbH) & André Koppel (Software GmbH), Germany
Applications of Chemoinformatics in Chemistry, Drug Discovery, and Life Sciences Using Mathematica
Armin Vollmer
ADDITIVE GmbH, Germany

TALKS & PRESENTATIONS

Wednesday 12 June | First Floor, Dow Room

sessions before lunch
Behind Scenes: Analog Insydes and Its Applications
Dr Alexander Dreyer
Scientific Employee, Fraunhofer ITWM, Germany
Advances in Mathematica for Large-Scale and Small-Scale Computing
Mark Sofroniou
Core Mathematica Engineering Consultant, Wolfram Research
Using Mathematica as a Platform for Solving Industrial Problems
Albert Retey & Stefan Braun
SmartCAE, Germany
Impacting Education with Computer-Based Math™
Conrad Wolfram
CEO, Wolfram Research Europe Ltd.
Statistical Visualization
Jon McLoone
Technical Communications and Strategy, Wolfram Research
sessions after lunch
Taming Big Data
Tom Wickham-Jones
Director of Kernel Development, Wolfram Research
Wolfram Technologies in Education
Luc Barthelet
Executive Director, Wolfram|Alpha

TALKS & PRESENTATIONS

Wednesday 12 June | First Floor, Jones Room

sessions before lunch
Tutorial—Image Processing in Two and Three Dimensions
Markus van Almsick
Mathematica Algorithm R&D Consultant, Wolfram Research
Simulating Black Hole Systems
Seth Hopper
Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics, Germany
Stability Analysis and Visualization of One-Wheeled Robot Steady Motion
Olga Kapustina (in memory of co-author: Martynenko Yuri)
Associate Professor, Moscow Power Engineering Institute, Russia
Numerically Solving Differential Equations
Oliver Rübenkönig
Mathematica Algorithm R&D Consultant, Wolfram Research
Financial Services Based on Mathematica
Michael Schwaiger
Product Manager, MathConsult GmbH, Austria
Real-Time Simulation of Finite-Frequency Noise from a Single-Electron Emitter
Dr Thibaut Jonckheere
Centre de Physique Théorique, Aix-Marseille Université, France
PlateMod: Online and Offline Modeling of Heavy Plate Production in Steel Industry
Dr Erik Parteder
voestalpine Grobblech GmbH, Austria
sessions after lunch
Teaching Free Transverse Vibrations of Beams
Desmond Adair
Nazarbayev University, Kazakhstan
Tutorial—Applied Statistical Analysis in Mathematica
Martin John Hadley
Technical Presenter, Wolfram Research
Bound S-states for Three-Body Coulomb Systems
Dr Evgeny Liverts
Racah Institute of Physics, Hebrew University of Jerusalem