A valuable event for everyone who works with or intends to use Wolfram technologies.
Are you interested in using Wolfram technologies and want to learn more about the facilities and benefits for your daily work? We are pleased to invite you to our presentation at the University of Zurich. The event is open for every interested person – a affiliation to the university of Zurich is not required.
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Wolfram Technology Stack – What´s new?
Get insight in new useful additions to the Wolfram technology stack and many innovations giving Mathematica users new levels of power and effectiveness.
Parallel Computing with Mathematica
Unleash the computational power of Mathematica using parallel computing on your local computer or in the cloud. Learn how to set up, configure and use Mathematica's Parallel Computing capabilities.
Wolfram Language meets Python
With the release of the Wolfram Client Library for Python it is now possible to use the enormous array of sophisticated algorithms and built-in real-world knowledge of the Wolfram Language. Get a grasp of how this works and how it can speed up your work in Python.
Combining Wolfram Language with development platforms
In most of our industrial projects the computational power of Mathematica has to be used in combination with already existing code. Get an idea of how this can be accomplished using the different available connections of Wolfram to other development platforms.
Test your students, not your patience
Continuous assessment of your students can radically improve their learning success but comes at the expense of your time – not anymore! Learn how teachers at the University of Zurich use Mathematica for automated grading to save a tremendous amount of time and provide students with more grading transparency.
During the break you will also get the opportunity to discuss individual questions with our experts and other participants. Light refreshments will be provided.
The seminar will be presented by Mr. DI Sascha Kratky and Mr. DI Dr. Roman Wahl on behalf of uni software plus GmbH and Maik Meusel, Department of Business Administration, UZH.