Apr 18 2017

Mathematica Seminar at Institute of Mathematical Sciences, University of Malaya 12-05-2017

Wolfram Seminar:

“Solving Math Problems with Wolfram Mathematica

If you are *new to Mathematica and want to find out how to use it for solving mathematics problems, reserve your spot now!

Free admission!

UM lecturer, researcher and student are welcome!


Date :  12 May 2017 (Friday)

Time:   3:00 pm – 4:30 pm

Venue: Lecturer Hall – Institute of Mathematical Sciences, Faculty of Science, UM



*Note: Every UM lecturer, researcher and students is entitled to a free Mathematica personal license. Get your license here



Apr 17 2017

Wolfram Mathematica Seminar & Workshop at USM 23-05-2017

Wolfram Mathematica Seminar Workshop is now coming to Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM)  on 23 May (Tue)

USM  Lecturer, researcher and student at all levels are welcome!


Seminar Session:

  • Latest Development in Wolfram Technology
  • Wolfram Language for Scientists
  • Tertiary learning using Wolfram technology
  • User Experience

Date: 23/5/2017 (Tue)

Time:  9:00am – 11:00 am,

Venue: Lecture Hall DKG31 –  School of Mathematical Sciences, USM

Reserve your seat for Seminar  Session



Workshop Session:

Hands-on Start to Mathematica with Wolfram Language. Tips of getting handy guidelines, tutorials, resources and Wolfram certification will be revealed. 

Date: 23/5/2017 (Tue)

Time: 2:00pm – 4:30pm

Venue: Lab 1 – School of Mathematical Sciences, USM

Reserve your seat for Workshop Session

( Limited to 35 seats only )


Apr 13 2017

Wolfram Mathematica Seminar at UTM 18-05-2017

Wolfram Mathematica Seminar is now coming to Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM) 

Lecturer, researcher and student at all levels are welcome!

Free admission with limited seats!

Date:  18 May 2017 (Thu)

Time:  9am – 12 pm

Venue: Ibnu Sina Institute, UTM Skudai Johor




Topics include:

  1. Latest in Wolfram Technology

  2. Wolfram Language for Engineers & Scientists

  3. Machine Learning & Image Processing

  4. Tertiary Learning Using Wolfram Technology

  5. User Experience


Apr 11 2017

Free Online Training: Hands-on Start to Mathematica


Thousands of people registered for the Hands-on Start to Mathematica Training Tutorials since 2015 and provided us with lots of positive feedback, so we’re offering these free online training sessions again in 2017.

If you’re new to Mathematica or just need a refresher on how to use it more effectively, reserve your spot today!

Coming Sessions:  

April 19, 2017 (Wed),  Malaysia Time 08.00am – 10.00am

May 19, 2017 (Fri),  Malaysia Time 01.00am – 03.00am


 Register Now



Get your Mathematica free trial license for the training.

For staff & student of Monash University, UM, UTM, UTP, you are entitled to get free academic license

Hands-on Start to Wolfram Mathematica and Programming with the Wolfram Language


This two-hour, online training course is based on the book “Hands-on Start to Wolfram Mathematica and Programming with the Wolfram Language”, so you can learn directly from the authors of the book:

During the training, you’ll create your first notebook directly in Mathematica or Mathematica Online and be able to ask questions along the way through an interactive Q&A. Learn how to enter queries using free-form input and the Wolfram Language, perform symbolic and numeric calculations, generate 2D and 3D graphics, create interactive Manipulates, analyze data, and create interactive presentations.




Mar 31 2017

Twitter Data Analysis on Kim Jong Nam

Twitter messages can be easily downloaded and analysed in Wolfram Mathematica with the built-in integration of R coding.

Data analysis, Visualization & Publication, including the use of the built-in sentiment analysis, and various translator APIs, can be performed in Wolfram Mathematica.

You can perform similar analysis with many other social political related key words, to visualize the sentiment changes of people from different demography.


This 6-min clip shows the basic analysis and comparison on the sentiment of the twitter users between Kuala Lumpur and Singapore about the recent Kim Jong Nam death.



Mar 30 2017

SystemModeler Uses and Examples

Wolfram SystemModeler is an easy-to-use, next-generation modeling and simulation environment for cyber-physical systems.

Using drag-and-drop from the large selection of built-in and expandable modeling libraries, you can build industrial strength, multidomain models of your complete system. Adding the power of Mathematica gives you a fully integrated environment for analyzing, understanding, and quickly iterating system designs. Driving insight, innovation, and results.

Industry Examples

Aerospace & Defense

Automotive & Transportation

Heavy Equipment

Industrial Manufacturing

Consumer Products


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Education Examples


Chemical Engineering

Aerospace Engineering

Social Science


Mechanical Engineering

Electrical Engineering

Computational Biology






















Mar 17 2017

Launching Mathematica Version 11.1

A Minor Release That’s Not Minor !

Hundreds of new and enhanced functions covering Machine Learning, Neural Nets, Audio, and other improved functionality: https://wolfr.am/kcQmdl0N


Lots of New Functions

Here’s a word cloud of new functions in Version 11.1:




Mar 02 2017

Wolfram Mathematica Seminar at UTP 08-Mar-2017

















Feb 21 2017

Introductory Training Workshop at Institute of Mathematical Sciences, University of Malaya

 Statistics  2D/3D Visualization  Machine Learning  Audio, Image & Signal Processing
 Social Media Analysis  Symbolic & Numeric Calculus  PDE  Time Series  Cloud Deployment 


Free MATHEMATICA Training Workshop, 23 – 24 Feb 2017 (Thu – Fri)
Institute of Mathematical Sciences, University of Malaya

Course Objective
Introduces the core technologies needed to become an adept user of Mathematica, including the Wolfram core language programming, the notebook interface, visualization with graphics and dynamic interactivity, symbolic and numerical Computing, and working with Data.

Target Audience
The fundamental course is designed primarily for people who have little Mathematica experience who would like to broaden their understanding of how Wolfram Language could further enhance their research development.

Delivery Type
Courses are delivered as instructor-led classes in computer classroom facilities. Course topics are presented with alternating sessions of lectures and exercises.


FREE ADMISSION !   Seat are Limited!







































Feb 13 2017

Help Java and Python Programmers Code Faster with the Wolfram Language

To all Java and Python users, Wolfram’s Fast Introduction for Programmers is now annotated for you.

We’ll show you how to do more with less code. https://wolfr.am/jra1LCEI



Additional notes for Python users

Additional notes for Java users:





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