The following online seminar invitation is extended to the EECS community.
Note that Mathematica 7 is now available on WINSWW, MACSWW, our Linux SWW, and on CD at the Helpdesk for loan.
Mathematica has changed a lot over the past two years, and one thing I’ve noticed is that faculty often don’t realize all of the fields that it can be applied to and all of the amazing things that can be done with it. So I’d like to invite you to a free, online seminar called “Overview of Mathematica for Education,” where we illustrate Mathematica’s applicability in a number of different areas, from incorporating Mathematica into the classroom to parallel computing. Because Mathematica is available on campus to use for teaching and research, this seminar will help you better understand how to apply this versatile tool to your projects.
You can register for an upcoming session here:
Whether you’ve never used Mathematica before or have been using it for 20+ years, you’re sure to find this seminar beneficial, and perhaps even enlightening. During the seminar you can ask your own questions and get answers from the presenter or through the interactive chat.
If you’ve already attended “S01: An Overview of Mathematica for Education,” check out some of the other free seminars that are available to you: http://url.wolfram.com/1fVh3f6/
If you have questions, let me know. Otherwise, I look forward to “seeing” you there!
Wolfram Research, Inc.