19–20 June 2017

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EUROPEAN WOLFRAM TECHNOLOGY CONFERENCE 2017 19-20 June 2017| 9-6pm| Nemo museum Amsterdam

Schedule

Monday 19 June

 
Auditorium
Boardroom
9:00
Opening Address
Conrad Wolfram
Room closed
9:45
Machine Learning in the Wolfram Language
Anthony Zupnik
Room closed
10:30
Coffee break
Coffee break
10:55
Bringing Audio into the Wolfram Language: From Basics to Advanced Synthesis
Carlo Giacometti
Finding Optimal Energy Pathways in Photosynthesis with Machine Learning, Algorithms and Mathematica
Dr. Tobias Kramer & Dr. Mirta Rodriguez
11:25
Amsterdam: Big City Meets Big Data
Romke Bontekoe
Faster Arbitrary Precision Computation of Elementary Functions
Mark Sofroniou
11:55
A Vision for Enterprise Computation
Jon McLoone
Room closed
12:30
Lunch break
Lunch break
13:20
Performance Programming in the Wolfram Language
Tom Wickham-Jones
Room closed
14:05
Large-Scale Mathematica Calculations in
Precision Quantum Field Theory
Johannes Bluemlein
The Native Wolfram Player for iOS
Jason Harris
14:35
An Introduction to Association
Mark Sofroniou
Associative Hypergraph API in Mathematica for Next-Generation BI Systems
Athanassios I. Hatzis
15:05
Teaching Business Analytics in the Wolfram Language
Maik Meusel
Deep Learning Applied to Computer Vision
Markus van Almsick
15:35
Coffee break
Coffee break
16:00
Cloud Notebooks—General Introduction and Recent Developments
Jan Poeschko
A New Kind of Numerics
Erdem Uguz
16:30
Persistence and Initialization
Roman Maeder
Exploring (with) Data Focus Graphical Tools
Pedro Fonseca
17:00
End of sessions
End of sessions
19:00
Conference dinner
Koninklijke Industrieele Groote Club
Dam 27, 1012 JS
Amsterdam, Netherlands

Tuesday 20 June

 
Auditorium
Boardroom
9:00
What's New in Image Processing
Markus van Almsick
Room closed
9:45
Parametric Mechanical Engineering Modules for Autonomous Vehicles
Bart Clymans
User Interface Construction
Jon McLoone
10:15
Cloud Connector for Excel and Wolfram Enterprise Private Cloud
Anthony Zupnik
Three Industrial-Grade Applications from the Real World
Jean Pierre Tollenboom
10:45
Coffee break
Coffee break
11:15
SyMath: Building a Finance Platform in the Wolfram Language
Zhao Sun
Fully Integrated Audio Processing and Analysis
Carlo Giacometti
11:45
Advanced Typesetting
Jason Harris
A Package for Symbolic PDE Analysis
Mher Safaryan
12:15
Mathematica's Role in the Early Detection of Diabetic Eye Damage
Bart ter Haar Romeny
Room closed
12:45
Lunch break
Lunch break
13:35
Our Mission in Global Education Reform—Update on Computerbasedmath.org
Conrad Wolfram
Room closed
14:15
Detecting Genuine Higher-Order Patterns in Multi-dimensional Data: A Working Solution for a Hard Problem
Kai Gansel
Top Tips for Fast Coding in the Wolfram Language
Jon McLoone
14:45
Performance of Massively Parallel Computations with the Wolfram Language
Roman Maeder
Educational Tools and Courseware Development
Dr. Jeroen W.J. Verschuur
15:15
Quiz the Experts: Q&A
Room closed
15:45
Closing Remarks
Conrad Wolfram
Room closed
16:00
End of conference
End of conference