EUROPEAN WOLFRAM TECHNOLOGY CONFERENCE 2018 14-15 June 2018| 9-6pm| Oxford

Thank you to all the participants and speakers for making the 2018 European Wolfram Technology Conference a success.

Agenda

Day 1, 14 June

Simpkins Lee Theatre
Talbot Hall
09:00
Opening remarks

Conrad Wolfram

09:45
Deep Learning in the Wolfram Language

Giulio Alessandrini

10:30
Coffee break
10:55
What's New in the World of Cloud Notebooks

Jan Poeschko

PlateMod—Software Tools for Premium-Quality Heavy Plate Production Built with Wolfram Technologies

Erik Parteder, Michael Liebrecht

11:25
Conversational Agents for Generation of Machine Learning Workflows

Anton Antonov

Rapid Prototyping of Industrial Applications with the Wolfram Language

Stefan Janecek

11:55
Enhancing the Wolfram Language

Tom Wickham-Jones

12:30
Lunch
13:30
Technology Created for Computer-Based Maths

Gerli Jõgeva

On One Approach to Numerical Solutions of Nonlinear PDEs Exhibiting Soft Bifurcations

Alexei Boulbitch

14:05
Sandpile Animations

Roman Maeder

Entropy Measures in Compositions of Sync/Async Boolean Networks

Tommaso Bolognesi

14:35
Mathematical Models and Point Clouds in Architecture

Corrado Falcolini

Bayesian Inference in the Wolfram Language

Sjoerd Smit

15:05
Analysing Google Search Results Prior to the German Election in 2017

Michael Gamer

On the Package ReactionKinetics.wl

János Tóth, Attila László Nagy, Dávid Papp

15:35
Coffee break
16:00
SystemModeler and the Wolfram Language

Jan Brugård

The Wolfram Language and IoT Devices

Mark Braithwaite

16:30
Simulation Apps with the Wolfram Language

Simone Ferrero

Introducing Wolfram CloudConnector for Excel

Anthony Zupnik

17:00
End of sessions
19:00
Conference dinner—The Principal Oxford Spires Hotel

Day 2, 15 June

Simpkins Lee Theatre
Talbot Hall
09:00
Numerical Solvers in the Wolfram Language

Oliver Rübenkönig

Modelling Socioeconomic Welfare Systems

Niels J. Sørensen

09:45
Solving Nonlinear Differential Equations

Flavio Sartoretto

The Inclusion of the Arts in Science with the Help of New Technologies

Paulina Toimil Davila

10:15
Neural Networks Solutions for Image and Audio Processing

Giulio Alessandrini

Automated Human-Like Reasoning with Theorema 2.0

Wolfgang Windsteiger

10:45
Coffee break
11:15
Patient Critical Conditions Prediction Frameworks: A Comparison of Two Approaches

Anton Antonov

Recreational Coding

Jon McLoone

11:45
Developing a Cloud Application

Jan Poeschko

Insights from Teaching Wolfram Language Programming

Maik Meusel

12:15
Connecting the Wolfram Language to the IoT World: Methods, Example Code and Benchmarks

Pedro Fonseca

The Native Wolfram Player for iOS

Jason Harris

12:45
Lunch
13:45
Interactive Digital Document for Intermediate Microeconomics Courses

Loreto Llorente, Javier Puértolas

Cosmic Rays Simulations for Testing Particle Detectors at CERN

Nicola Zurlo

14:15
Using Wolfram|Alpha and Mathematica to Enhance Teaching, Learning, Assessment, Research and Employability

Stephen Lynch

Enterprise Behavioural Analytics: Applied Machine Learning

Stephen Christie

14:45
Interdisciplinary Teaching and Learning with Wolfram Mathematica

Roberto Cavaliere

How Symbolic Summation Is Used in Particle Physics

Carsten Schneider

15:15
Quiz the Experts: Q&A
15:45
Closing remarks

Conrad Wolfram

16:00
End of conference

All abstracts will be forwarded to the international Committee for review.