Jan 27 2016

Mathematica Technical Seminar and Workshop at UTP on 20-Jan-2016

Wolfram Mathematica Technical Seminar and Workshop at Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS on 20-Jan-2016.

Topics Presented:

  1. Mathematica for Applied Sciences & Engineering Students
  2. Mathematica Application by Mr. Samsul Ariffin Abdul Karim (Senior Lecturer from FASD)
  3. Grid Computing with Wolfram Mathematica Made Easy
  4. Enhancing STEM Teaching & Learning in LMS (eg: MOODLE, MOOCs…) with Mathematica.

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Find out what Mr. Samsul Ariffin Abdul Karim and Prof. Dr. Ahmad Kamil Mahmood have commented about using Mathematica for classroom teaching and integrating it into LMS/Moodle/MOOC in the latest education trend like most world top universities.

 

Special thanks to Prof. Dr. Ahmad Kamil Mahmood, Dean of Faculty of Science and Information Technology and Assoc. Prof. Dr. Radzuan Razali for the kind efforts and well organize in making the event available to all UTP lecturers and students.

 

 

 

 

Jan 26 2016

Free Virtual Workshop: Modeling and Simulation with Wolfram SystemModeler


It’s free! Seats are limited.

 February 10, 2016 (Wed)   2am – 4am Malaysia Time

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Wolfram SystemModeler’s easy-to-use modeling and simulation environment is ideal for a range of industries and application areas.

In this free, online event for users at all levels, an overview of new features in SystemModeler is followed by in-depth looks at different applications of the technology.

 

 

  • New in Wolfram SystemModeler
  • Modeling Ten Helicopters at Once: Reusable and Flexible Modeling
  • Deployment of Standalone Modelica Models to the RPi+Arduino
  • Bring Your Engineering Course Alive

 

Register Now

Jan 26 2016

EQuaLS8 at UPM on 18-22 Jan 2016

EQuaLS is the acronym for the “Expository Quantum Lecture Series”, a lecture series hosted by the Institute for Mathematical Research (INSPEM) at Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM). This year, EQuaLS 8, was held successfully on January 18-22, 2016, jointly organized by Laboratory of Computational Sciences & Mathematical Physics, Institute for Mathematical Research, Universiti Putra Malaysia; Department of Physics, Faculty of Science, Universiti Putra Malaysia; and Department of Mathematical Sciences, Politecnico di Torino.

 

Being one of the event sponsors, the team of OEMS IntiPakar Corporation Sdn Bhd, was pleased to meet some of the familiar friends of Wolfram Mathematica again, including Assoc. Prof. Dr. Hishamuddin Zainuddin, Dr. Nurisya Mohd Shah, Mr. Kathiresan Gopal & etc. The persons in the picture from the right was Dr. Chan Kar Tim, Mr Ganesh a/l Subramaniam from INSPEM, Peter & Desmond from OEMS IntiPakar Corporation Sdn Bhd.

 

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Jan 12 2016

New in the Wolfram Language: Symbolic PDEs

Shared from Wolfram Blog http://blog.wolfram.com/2016/01/07/new-in-the-wolfram-language-symbolic-pdes/

Where great news, views, and ideas from the front lines at Wolfram Research.

 

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Partial differential equations (PDEs) play a vital role in mathematics and its applications. They can be used to model real-world phenomena such as the vibrations of a stretched string, the flow of heat in a bar, or the change in values of financial options. This post will give you a brief glimpse into the fascinating world of PDEs using the improvements for boundary value problems in DSolve and the new DEigensystem function in Version 10.3 of the Wolfram Language.

CONTINUE READING >>

 

Dec 31 2015

Free Seminar/Workshop Registration for UTP 20-Jan-2016

 

Registration for this Wolfram Mathematica Seminar & Workshop

at UTP on 20Jan2016 has been closed.

 

For future Mathematica events, please visit our Facebook for latest news

http://www.facebook.com/oemscorp

 

Dec 21 2015

An Elementary Introduction to the Wolfram Language

Learn directly from Stephen Wolfram, the creator of Mathematica, Wolfram|Alpha & the Wolfram Language!

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Stephen Wolfram just wrote a book to introduce people with no knowledge of programming to the Wolfram Language and the kind of computational thinking it allows. With many interesting and practically useful examples, he cover most of the core principles of Wolfram Language.

The result is An Elementary Introduction to the Wolfram Language, published in print and on the web.

 

Click here to read the rest of Stephen Wolfram’s blog.

This book provides an elementary introduction to the Wolfram Language and modern computational thinking. It assumes no prior knowledge of programming, and is suitable for both technical and non-technical college and high-school students, as well as anyone with an interest in the latest technology and its practical application.

Dec 18 2015

Free Online Training: Hands-on Start to Mathematica

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Thousands of people registered for the Hands-on Start to Mathematica Training Tutorials in 2015 and provided us with lots of positive feedback, so we’re offering these free online training sessions again in 2016. If you’re new to Mathematica or just need a refresher on how to use it more effectively, reserve your spot today:

http://oemscorp.com/trainings/

 

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:

http://url.wolfram.com/61ZXRS8/

 

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.

Dec 17 2015

National University Carnival On E-Learning – NUCEL2015

NUCEL 2015 logoNational University Carnival on e-Learning (NUCEL) serves as a platform to promote e-learning applications and Blended Learning best practices for both public and private institutions of higher learning throughout Malaysia. The national carnival is organized by Sultan Idris Education University (UPSI) with the cooperation from Malaysia Public Universities e-Learning Council (MEIPTA) and Ministry of Higher Education.

It’s our honor to participant in this event and introducing Mathematica to all the dedicated educator, a new directions for Malaysia education. Wolfram’s flagship Mathematica system has been a central tool for education across a variety of STEM disciplines with millions of users around the world. And now it continues to apply its technology to deliver uniquely powerful solutions for education – across all fields and at all educational levels.

Whether you’re teaching algebra or economics, education or animation, Wolfram tools give students and faculty a proven path to faster learning, deeper engagement, and the latest transferable skills.

With Wolfram tools, faculty can deliver compelling interactive lectures and material—and students can easily generate self-testing problems and get customized tutor-style solutions.

For more details, contact us today for a free demo info@oemscorp.com

YBhg. Dato' Prof. Dr. Asma Binti Ismail, the Ketua Pengarah Pendidikan Tinggi (KPPT) handed over a souvenir to our director Mr. Peter Lim after finding out how the Wolfram Technology could truly enrich the Education with thousands of ready, interactive materials.

YBhg. Dato’ Prof. Dr. Asma Binti Ismail, the Ketua Pengarah Pendidikan Tinggi (KPPT) handed over a souvenir to our director Mr. Peter Lim after she visited our booth and found out how the Wolfram Technology could truly enrich the Education with thousands of ready, interactive materials.

Dec 03 2015

Newly Updated: Wolfram SystemModeler 4.2

Announcing Wolfram SystemModeler 4.2

Published by Wolfram NewsAnnouncing Wolfram SystemModeler 4.2

 

Today marks the release of Wolfram SystemModeler 4.2.

Wolfram SystemModeler 4.2 improves core performance and adds features in usability and integration with the Wolfram Language, as well as many quality gains. »

 

 

Dec 03 2015

Industrial Talk for UTHM – “Knowledge-based Computation”

 

 

UTHMKami merakamkan jutaan terima kasih kepada Dr. Hamizah M. Safuan yang telah mengendalikan Industrial Talk pada 20 September 2015, dianjurkan oleh Department of Mathematics and Statistics dengan kerjasama Centre for Research of Computational Mathematics (CERCOM), Faculty of Science, Technology and Human Development, di Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia (UTHM).

 

Bual bicara ini telah berlansung di Galeri Ilmu, UTHM disertai lebih dari 50 pelajar sarjana muda, yang masih berada di tahun 3 pengajian dalam bidang Matematik dan Teknologi. Tajuk utama yang dibicarakan ialah “Knowledge-based Computation”, menumpukan tentang on-demand computable curated scientific dan technical data oleh Wolfram Research Technology. Di samping sesi bual bicara, acara turut dimeriahkan lagi dengan quiz-quiz dan aktiviti berkumpulan. Program ini telah mendapat sambutan positif dan peserta-peserta pulang dengan gembira bersama goodie bags dan hadiah-hadiah yang dimenangi.

 

Objektif kami adalah bertujuan untuk memberi inspirasi kepada generasi baru tentang kepentingan dan aplikasi Matematik Teknologi. Kami berharap agar dapat bersama lagi dengan bakat muda dari UTHM dalam agenda yang akan datang.

 

 

 

We are thankful for the kind arrangement by Dr. Hamizah M. Safuan  to conduct an Industrial Talk on 20 September 2015, organized by the Department of Mathematics and Statistics in collaboration with Centre for Research of Computational Mathematics (CERCOM), Faculty of Science, Technology and Human Development, at Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia (UTHM).

The event took place at Galeri Ilmu for a group of about fifty undergraduate students, who were at their 3rd year study of the Mathematics Technology. The industrial talk was titled “Knowledge-based Computation“, highlighting a robust Wolfram Research technology about the on-demand computable curated scientific & technical data. The talk was held in conjunction with fun quizzes and team contests. Many participating students walked away excitingly with goodie bags and prizes.

Most importantly we hope the short talk would inspire the college youth about the importance and practicality of mathematics technology. We will definitely look forward to meeting all those young talents again at UTHM!

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