Oct 01

MIMOS Technical Briefing: Python & Hadoop in Mathematica

On the 30-SEP-2015, OEMS IntiPakar Corporation Sdn. Bhd has managed to conduct the second time MATHEMATICA technical briefing for MIMOS Bhd in year 2015.

During the briefing, participants were introduce to MATHEMATICA in particular the following areas.

  1. What’s new in MATHEMATICA 10.2.0
  2. Introduction to Knowledged-Based computing by Wolfram Language
  3. Python integration with MATHEMATICA
  4. Dealing with Big Data setup – Hadoop Link with MATHEMATICA


Sep 18

Teaching Computational Thinking: FREE Virtual Workshop for Educators

Sep 30, 2015 (Wed) 04:00am – 05:00am (Malaysia Time)

With the entire internet at your fingertips, it can be daunting to decide how best to integrate the cloud into your classroom.

In this free online workshop, you’ll learn how to incorporate the Wolfram Language into your course preparations and how to engage students with cloud-based resources that provide a limitless supply of relatable, real-world data for teaching computational thinking skills.


It’s free! Seats are limited.

Click here to register now



Sep 08

3rd International Conference on Computational and Social Science (ICCSS -2015)

Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM) had successfully held the 3rd International Conference on Computational and Social Science (ICCSS -2015), at the Faculty of Bio-Medical Engineering (FBME) commencing 25th August 2015.

The conference focused on four research tracks, namely, Computer Science and Information Technology, Mathematics and Applications, Social Sciences and Islamic Research and Computational Life Sciences and BioMedical Engine.

Four parallel workshops took place in the areas of Qualitative Research, Referencing & Parallel Computing Software for Research, Wolfram Mathematica Knowledgebase and Ibnu Sina Medicine, and Metabolism and Health. More than 50 students from around the globe participated in this workshop, whereas a total of 110 papers were accepted for publication in ISI, SCOPUS, INDEX and NON-INDEX journals.


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Aug 28

ICREM7 By UPM on 25-27 Aug 2015

The “7th International Conference on Research and Education in Mathematics” organised by UPM-INSPEM was a great success! Congratulation to the organization committee.


We are honored to be one of the supporting agencies for this event and very fortunate to meet many brilliant people from around the world gather at this conference.

We are truly excited to meet the keynote speaker: Emeritus Prof. Dr. John Butcher from University of Auckland, New Zealand, who has been contributing to MATHEMATICA Numerical Differential Equation Analysis Package decades ago. There are now twenty over functions in MATHEMATICA named after him, eg: ButcherTrees / ButcherSimplify / ButcherPlot / ButcherHeight / ButcherPhi / ButcherSigma / ButcherOrder etc…

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Aug 24

Hands-on Start to Wolfram Mathematica Training Tutorials


Learn how to use Mathematica and the Wolfram Language in this hands-on training course featuring live Q&A led by Wolfram experts.

It’s FREE! Seats are limited.

white spikesMultiple events will be held throughout this August and September. Find a session that works for you, and register now to reserve your spot. (Mathematica is required for this course.)



Featured Topics

Learn how to quickly create and format computational documents, called notebooks.

Means of Starting
Get started with your first calculations using free-form input, point-and-click palettes, and the Wolfram Language.

Basic Calculations
Discover how intuitive it is to compute just about anything and how to perform exact and numerical calculations, assign variables, and create your own functions.

Basic Graphics
Create, combine, customize, and annotate 2D and 3D graphics.

Making Interactive Models
Learn how to take anything—a calculation, a graphic, a piece of text—and turn it into an interactive model that you can use to explore and explain a variety of concepts.

Utilizing Data
Get a closer look at how to access computable data from the Wolfram Knowledgebase or import your own data from spreadsheets and other files to use in your calculations.

Learn how to quickly turn your entire notebook—including text, typeset equations, data, graphics, and interactive models—into a dynamic slide show that you can edit on the fly.


Aug 21

Satellite Image Processing – HotSpot Detection

With simple algorithm, Mathematica could auto detect the total number and area of hotspots in a satellite image. On top of that, interactive output could be easily deployed as an application and even embedded into website as below.



Aug 12

CDF: 3D Skeletal Anatomy of the Foot

Featured Project Powered with MATHEMATICA CDF (Computational Document Format)

Select the bones of the foot by name to see them highlighted in interactive 3D graphics.

Use this as an aid in learning the names of the bones. The big toe (or the hallux) has fewer bones than the other toes, and thus there is no first medial phalange.

Aug 10

Mathematica Workshop for UTP Discrete Mathematics Class

Special thanks to Dr. Amy Foong for inviting OEMS IntiPakar Corporation Sdn. Bhd. to present an adjunct lecture for Discrete Mathematics using Mathematica.

The two hours workshop that conducted by our director Mr. Peter Lim, focus on the Discrete Math applications on Euler Graph, Hamilton Graph and Huffman Code.

When we arrived at UTP computer lab 02-01-09 around 9am on the 7th August 2015, which is an hour before the workshop, we were surprised that some of the students were already in the class! A bonus mark should have extended to those who had completed the assignment- Get the Mathematica license installed and activated on their laptops before the workshop.



Peter has demonstrated how Graph theories could be easily created and presented with Mathematica. Students were then given ample of hands-on exercises to create their own graphs in Mathematica. They were so awesome that most of them could complete their exercises within a few minutes.



Although only Graph Theory was shared during this Mathematica workshop, we sincerely wish that all the students from this class could further explore all the other possibilities areas in their advanced courses with the world’s most powerful computational tool – WOLFRAM MATHEMATICA

All the best!



Aug 03

Mathematica v10.2 is Released!





  • Translated code captions to help non-English speakers understand Wolfram Language code
  • New volume and discrete data visualization functionality: SliceDensityPlot3D and ListStepPlot
  • Numerical solving of eigenvalues and eigenfunctions for ODEs and PDEs
  • New capabilities for text search and analysis
  • New and updated methods for both supervised and unsupervised machine learning
  • Automatic mail processing with MailReceiverFunction and MailResponseFunction
  • Time series and statistics updates, including support for intensity measures in Histogram
  • Added operations for lists and associations, including automatic removal of elements using Nothing
  • Expanded cloud usage and deployment options for permissions control, scheduled tasks, data logging, and local objects
  • Image processing techniques for computational photography including tone mapping, exposure combination, and more
  • Extensive geometric computing enhancements for basic and mesh regions
  • An international Alphabet, plus a full range of technical and other character sets and encodings
  • Support for more geometry and data file formats, with dramatically improved STL import/export and streamlined JSON

May 28

STELLAR-ICeL 2015: The 5th International Conference on e-Learning


The 5th International Conference on e-Learning STELLAR-ICeL 2015 is hosted by University Teknologi MARA at Kota Kinabalu, Sabah from the 26-28 May 2015.


Academicians and professionals from various educational fields gathered and worked on encompassing conceptual analysis, designing implementation and performance evaluation that embraces the theme

“Envisioning The Future Of Online Education”.





Wolfram Mathematica, the world’s best technology to education, fully integrate into Moodle-like LMS and MOOCs, making the e-learning experience exciting and alive! 


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.

Find out what Computational Document Format (CDF) could do for your classroom education / e-Learning today!



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