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:

 

 

 

 

Jan 24 2017

MATHEMATICA WORKSHOP FOR UM ASASI

The two days Wolfram Mathematica Introductory training workshop were conducted at UM ASASI Sciences on January 05 and January 20, 2017.

 

Truly appreciate Dr. Mohd Zaihurin Mohamed Kamali for the kind arrangement that make the workshop a great success. We look forward to arrange further in-depth training for ASASI in the near future.

 

Jan 04 2017

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 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:  

January 12, 2017 (Thu),  Malaysia Time 11.00pm – 01.00am

January 18, 2017 (Wed),  Malaysia Time 09.00am – 11.00am

January 25, 2017 (Wed),  Malaysia Time 04.00am – 06.00am

February 24, 2017 (Fri),  Malaysia Time 02.00am – 04.00am

Register Now

 

 

Get your Mathematica free trial license for the training.

 

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.

 

 

Dec 21 2016

Launching Wolfram|Alpha Open Code

Shared from Wolfram Blog – December 12, 2016 — Stephen Wolfram

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Computational thinking needs to be an integral part of modern education—and today I’m excited to be able to launch another contribution to this goal: Wolfram|Alpha Open Code.

Every day, millions of students around the world use Wolfram|Alpha to compute answers. With Wolfram|Alpha Open Code they’ll now not just be able to get answers, but also be able to get code that lets them explore further and immediately apply computational thinking.

< Read Stephen Wolfram’s entire post here. >

 

 

Nov 01 2016

Wolfram Mathematica Technologies at UNIVERSITY OF MALAYA

WOLFRAM MATHEMATICA technologies is now widely available at another top university in Malaysia, UNIVERSITY OF MALAYA.

 

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Yes! Every UM lecturer and student is now entitled to download and install individual Wolfram System to their personal computer at no cost, including MATHEMATICA, MATHEMATICA ONLINE, and SYSTEMMODELER.

 

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The license is now campus-wide available. Not only for computer labs in campus, but also individual license for every UM citizen.

Get your license now at http://oemscorp.com/mathematica-site/

 

 

Oct 11 2016

Wolfram Malaysia Technology Tour 2016

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Learn about the latest ideas in computation from Wolfram Research experts and other professionals, and get behind-the-scenes insights into the technology that makes them accessible. The half-day conference will address the whole enterprise computation workflow from exploration to development to deployment.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         

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FREE ADMISSION !

ONLY 50 SEATS available for each site on 1st come 1st served basic.

* Hurry up, registration closed on 07 Nov 2016

register-now

 

 

 

For details on the topics and schedule, refer here:

Pictures from the events:

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Speakers and their Presentations

Arvind Rajan   –   Using Mathematica and webMathematica in Engineering Research

Prof. Dr. Bernardine Renaldo Wong   –   Teaching and Learning Using Wolfram|Alpha

Desmond Lim   –   Using Computable Document Format (CDF)

A. Prof. Dr. R. U. Gobithaasan  –  Empowering Industrial Design by Research-Led Teaching with Wolfram Mathematica

Mohammad Haniff bin Mohd Ridzun   –   a) Face detection     b) LMS with CDF     c) Workbench

Peter Lim   –   Wolfram Mathematica and the Internet of Things

Samsul Ariffin bin Abdul Karim   –   Mathematica for Computer-Aided Geometric Design (CAGD)

Dr. Yazariah Binti Mohd Yatim   –   Mathematics Is Beautiful: It Should Be Explored and Enjoyed

 

 

 

Oct 05 2016

Discrete Maths with MATHEMATICA for UTP – TDB1013

It’s was a wonderful 2 hours sharing session for UTP – TDB1013 class that leaded by Dr. Said Jadid on 04-Oct-2016.

Logics, Graphs and Probability concepts were delivered with Mathematica advanced technology in computation, visualization and interactive graphs. It’s truly a great learning experience for us with all the students actively participated in the quiz and games!!! Thank you to all the students in class TDB1013.

And special thanks to Dr. Said Jadid and Ms. Amy Foong for the kind arrangement. We look forward to further collaboration with UTP in the near future.

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Sep 28 2016

Webinars: New in the Wolfram Language and Mathematica Version 11

 

With the release of Mathematica 11, a three-decade tradition of aggressive innovation continues—strengthening core capabilities and adding major new areas in the Wolfram Language.

In these free online events, our experts provide an overview of new and improved features, from robust machine learning to enhancements to the Wolfram Cloud. There will be an opportunity for Q&A with the developers after the presentations.

 

Register Now

  It’s free! Seats are limited.

 


Featured Topics

Webinar Day 1

11 Oct 2016 (Tue)  10:00pm – 11:30pm Malaysia Time

Join our experts as they introduce new functionality in the Wolfram Language. See a comprehensive overview plus presentations on major new areas.

3D Printing
3D Printing

See new capabilities for directly printing 3D models on standard printers or through online printing services. Print exactly the model you want, using the vast collection of curated models and tools for resizing, hollowing, and more.

  Computational Audio
Computational Audio

Learn about new support for audio synthesis, processing, and analysis for applications in fields such as music, speech, communication, and broadcasting.

Improved Machine Learning
Improved Machine Learning

Discover updates to existing machine learning tools and explore new functionalities such as feature extraction and image identification.

Neural Networks
Neural Networks

Efficiently train convolutional neural networks on large out-of-core datasets, then easily import and export them for use on all platforms.


Webinar Day 2

13 Oct 2016 (Thu) 10:00pm – 12:00am Malaysia Time

 

Geometry

Geometry

Learn about how the full integration of geometric computation makes it easy to analyze, visualize, and solve over 3D regions.

Visualization

Visualization

With vast improvements and new features for plotting data, from statistics to geography to anatomy, see how the Wolfram Language can energize visualizations.

Geography

Geography

Discover the expanded knowledge base of geographic data and how the new functions for geo computation and geo visualization can help you solve real-world problems.

Symbolics & Numerics

Symbolics & Numerics

Solve differential and integral equations, optimization problems, curvilinear expressions, and more, faster and more easily using the cutting-edge enhancements to symbolic and numeric computation.

Probability & Statistics

Probability & Statistics

See how easy it is to use the Wolfram Language to solve real-world statistics and probability problems with quantity data, enhanced time series support, and over 150 distributions, including random matrices.

Text and Language Processing

Text and Language Processing

Discover new ways to explore unstructured data with enhanced text and natural language parsing, including multilingual support.

Geographics

Cloud and Web Interfaces

Build and update web interfaces with simple declarative programming in the Wolfram Cloud.

Entities and Data

Entities and Data

Learn about accessing the content-rich Wolfram Knowledgebase, expanded to include new data for anatomy, food, and more real-world data.

User Interface

User Interface

Interact with Wolfram Language notebooks in new ways—from new styles and multilingual spellcheck to enhanced 3D images and simpler notebook processing.

System Integration

System Integration

From a new command line interpreter to new networking features to improved data processing and debugging tools, see how the Wolfram Language can interoperate with your computer and your websites.

Channel Framework

Channel Framework

Send messages between Wolfram Language sessions on different computers across the world and integrate with social media or any device capable of making HTTP requests.

 

 

 

Sep 23 2016

International University Carnival on e-Learning – IUCEL2016

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