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Wolfram Virtual Technology Conference 2021, Oct 12-15

WVTC 2021
Wolfram Virtual Technology Conference 2021, Oct 12-15

The Wolfram Technology Conference will be a worldwide VIRTUAL event.

Modeling & Data Science Get hands-on experience in multiparadigm data science and modeling, working with industry experts to apply automated machine learning, deep neural networks and advanced human-data interfaces to real-world problems.
Software Development & AI Join innovators across a range of industries to find out how real software solutions and products get designed, developed and deployed, from apps to packages to large-scale production software.
Model-Based Engineering & AI Learn about our ever expanding technology stack for the building of digital twins, large-scale optimization, embedded systems and the high-level modeling of multi-physics systems.
Mathematics & Science Research Hear from leaders and innovators pushing the boundaries of technology and computation in a variety of scientific areas, from machine learning to advanced geometry, statistics, chemistry and more.
Emerging Computational Fields "Computational X" explores what computation makes possible in a range of unexpected field—from art to digital humanities, music to sociology and zoology, and more.
Future of Education Implement innovative online learning, apply computational thinking across your curriculum and discover the power of computation: a new vision for a new normal.
  • Modeling & Data Science
  • Software Development & AI
  • Model-Based Engineering & AI
  • Mathematics & Science Research
  • Emerging Computational Fields
  • Future of Education
It's a methodology conference on how people (including us) get things done!

The Wolfram Technology Conference features in-depth discussions with our R&D team, staff and developers; live common-interest group meet-ups; practical training; and Q&As.

  • Accessible across time zones
  • In-depth discussions with our R&D team, staff and developers
  • Live common-interest group meet-ups
  • Connect with experts in different industries and across disciplines
  • Practical training
  • Live Q&As

Expert Insights

Meet Wolfram developers and colleagues. Discuss the latest developments and features for:

Training

Acquire new skills or build on existing ones with our hands-on, optional pre-conference training sessions. Topics range from data science to machine learning and more.

Presentations

Experience a full schedule of workshops and presentations given by Wolfram developers and fellow attendees. These talks will cover a wide range of relevant topics and hands-on techniques.

Networking

Different industries. Different continents. Different disciplines. Same goals. From random coffees to common-interest group meet-ups and industry networking events, connect with experts and practitioners you may have never had a chance to meet otherwise.
See 2020 Senior Staff and Developer Spotlight

And More...

Wolfram Language Coding Competitions

Compete with other programmers and challenge your abilities in the Livecoding Championship, or show the world how much you can do with a mere 128 characters in the One-Liner Competition.
See the 2020 One-Liner Competition winners

See how the 2020 Livecoding Championship went

Wolfram Innovator Awards

Passionate individuals and organizations have played a major role in expanding the many areas of computing where Wolfram technologies operate. We recognize these deserving recipients with the Wolfram Innovator Award.
See past winners

Have questions? Read our FAQ or contact us

Program

All times listed are Central Daylight Time. Recordings of presentations will be made available.

Pre-Conference Training & Events

  • Programming Fundamentals of the Wolfram Language
  • Programming Fundamentals of the Wolfram Language
  • Introduction to Machine Learning in the Wolfram Language
  • Introduction to Machine Learning in the Wolfram Language

9–11:30am

  • Programming and Development in the Wolfram Language
  • Programming and Development in the Wolfram Language
  • Building Applications with the Neural Net Repository

1–3:30pm

Conference Begins

Stephen Wolfram's Opening Keynote

5–7pm

A full list of talks is coming soon. All times listed are Central Daylight Time. Recordings of presentations will be made available.

7:30am–6pm

Talks, hands-on workshops, lunch/roundtable discussions and similar-interest group meet-ups

A full list of talks is coming soon. All times listed are Central Daylight Time. Recordings of presentations will be made available.

7:30am–6pm

Talks, hands-on workshops, lunch/roundtable discussions and similar-interest group meet-ups

A full list of talks is coming soon. All times listed are Central Daylight Time. Recordings of presentations will be made available.

7:30am–6pm

Talks, hands-on workshops, lunch/roundtable discussions and similar-interest group meet-ups

6–9pm

Virtual wrap party

Training

Wolfram offers optional training workshops in conjunction with our annual Technology Conference so you can learn something new or polish your skill set. Hosted by Wolfram experts, these training sessions can get you up and running more quickly than ever before. Remember, if you're a current Premier Service, Premier Service Plus, Personal License Service or Personal License Service Plus member, you'll save an additional 15% off these already discounted rates. Register now to sign up for the following training courses

Training sessions are offered on October 12 at these times: 9–11:30am and 1–3:30pm Central Daylight Time.

Programming Fundamentals of the Wolfram Language

October 12, 9–11:30am Central Daylight Time

$100 Standard | $50 Discounted

This course teaches the fundamental concepts of programming in the Wolfram Language. Topics include lists and data structures; assignments, rules and patterns; syntax and expressions; and useful tips and tricks.

Introduction to Machine Learning in the Wolfram Language

October 12, 9–11:30am Central Daylight Time

$100 Standard | $50 Discounted

This course introduces the easy-to-use machine learning superfunctions available in the Wolfram Language. You will learn how to perform supervised and unsupervised learning tasks with just a few lines of code. We will start with regression, classification, clustering and anomaly detection, and from there, we'll move on to the state-of-the-art Neural Network Framework.

Programming and Development in the Wolfram Language

October 12, 1–3:30pm Central Daylight Time

$100 Standard | $50 Discounted

Learn the skills, knowledge and tools to develop your own project with the Wolfram Language. We'll cover techniques for working with data, writing efficient code, debugging, and developing and deploying packages.

Building Applications with the Neural Net Repository

October 12, 1–3:30pm Central Daylight Time

$100 Standard | $50 Discounted

This course teaches how to use pre-trained neural net models, available in the Wolfram Neural Net Repository, to build custom applications. Topics include introduction to the neural net framework, net surgery and transfer learning.

Submit Your Talk

The Wolfram Technology Conference is a great stage for users to share their own stories, which is an integral part of the learning experience. Submit a talk topic for presentation at this year's event.

Note: submission deadline is July 23, 2021.

Submission Guidelines

  • Please keep abstracts to 250 words or fewer and titles to 70 characters or fewer
  • For optimal presentation viewing, please adjust magnification default to 150%
  • Your submission does not have to be in its final form; final presentation format will be collected at a later date
  • Submissions and final presentations should be made in Wolfram Notebook format (.nb) using the presentation notebook template and should be in English
  • Please note, speakers will be limited to one talk slot per person. Speakers may be listed as co-presenter on no more than two talks
  • Submissions are reviewed by committee. Acceptance notifications will be emailed by August 31, 2021

Begin Submission

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