« Return to special events overview
YOU ARE VIEWING AN ARCHIVED EVENT PAGE
Want to learn more about Wolfram products and technologies?
Leave your email address to be notified about future events.

Wolfram Virtual Conference Series
Free Online Events

Join us at free online events showcasing some of the newest areas of development in Mathematica 11 and the Wolfram Language. Presentations from the annual Wolfram Technology Conference and other popular talks will be shared. Missed a session? Watch previous session videos here.

Watch Event Videos

Featured Topics

Virtual Conference Day 1
November 30, 2016
IMAGE UNDERSTANDING USING DEEP NEURAL NETWORKS Get started with deep learning for your computer vision and image processing applications! This session introduces the new deep learning framework integrated in the Wolfram Language and how to use it in practice.
Understanding the Scope and Concepts
Understanding the Scope and Concepts

(1–1:15pm US EST)

Exploring the Neural Network Framework from Building to Training
Exploring the Neural Network Framework from Building to Training

(1:15–2pm US EST)

Improved Machine Learning
Learning to Tackle Real-World Computer Vision Applications

(2–3pm US EST)

 

Virtual Conference Day 2
December 7, 2016
SOLVING PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS Learn about the extensive support for solving partial differential equations (PDEs) both symbolically and numerically in the Wolfram Language. Discover how to solve PDEs over regions or find eigenvalues and eigenfunctions over regions. The functionality presented will enable you to both create better PDE models and gain a deeper understanding of your physics and engineering designs.
Solving Symbolic PDEs
Solving Symbolic PDEs

(1–1:30pm US EST)

Solving Numeric PDEs
Solving Numeric PDEs

(1:30–2pm US EST)


Virtual Conference Day 3
January 18, 2017
COMPUTATION EVERYWHERE Experience inspiring presentations from the Wolfram Technology Conference 2016. Featured speakers bring expertise, knowledge and passion to topic areas where Wolfram technologies have enabled them to further their work and research.
Sports and eSports Analytics
Sports and eSports Analytics

Guest Presenter: Philip Maymin
(1–1:30pm US EST)

Computational Humanities: Determining Authorship Attribution
Computational Humanities: Determining Authorship Attribution

Guest Presenter: Jakub Kabala
(1:30–2pm US EST)

Lessons Learned from Application Development in the Wolfram Language
Lessons Learned from Application Development in the Wolfram Language

Guest Presenter: Andrew Yule
(2–2:30pm US EST)

 

Virtual Conference Day 4
February 22, 2017
COMPUTATIONAL AUDIO AND NEW KINDS OF MUSIC Explore the new integrated support for audio processing in the Wolfram Language, investigate creative new kinds of music made possible with computation and see how API calls to the Wolfram Cloud were used to rebuild the WolframTones interface. Talks by senior software developers will cover audio effects, audio synthesis and audio analysis. We'll also share the student hackathon presentation "OrchestrAI," featuring modules for music improvisation and artificial intelligence.
Audio Effects
Audio Effects

(1–1:30pm US EST)

OrchestraAI
OrchestraAI

(2:20–2:40pm US EST)

Audio Synthesis
Audio Synthesis

(1:30–1:50pm US EST)

WolframTones
WolframTones

(2:40–3pm US EST)

Audio Analysis
Audio Analysis

(1:50–2:20pm US EST)