Apr 22 2016

Newest Wolfram Technologies Books For STEM

Recently published books prove to be invaluable resources for hobbyists, STEM professionals, and students in a variety of fields.

Click on the titles below for detailed book descriptions.

Handbook of MathematicsAdvanced Calculus using Mathematica: NoteBook EditionHandbook of Linear Partial Differential Equations for Engineers and ScientistsSingle Variable Calculus with Early TranscendentalsMathematica Data AnalysisMathematica - A Problem-Centered Approach














Check out all the Wolfram Featured Books!


Blog shared from http://blog.wolfram.com/2016/04/07/newest-wolfram-technologies-books-cover-range-of-stem-topics/



Apr 14 2016

Virtual Workshop for Students (Rebroadcast)

Free Online Workshop

April 22, 2016  1am-2am Malaysia time zone

If you want to learn more about the Wolfram Language, the powerful programming language behind Wolfram|Alpha and Mathematica, then you’ll be interested in our upcoming rebroadcast event.

Presentations are designed especially for engineering students, but all are welcome. Justin Pearson and other Student Ambassadors will showcase why top students choose the Wolfram Language for their classwork, research, and careers.


Here’s what some students had to say about this free online event:

“I had no idea the Wolfram Language was so powerful.”

“I was confused on how Mathematica could do that.”

“Thanks for the answers and the presentation.”

It’s free! Seats are limited.  

Register Now



Apr 06 2016

Mathematica e-Contents Coaching Program by i-Learn Center, UiTM

Coaching Program Kickoff

Mathematica USB drive pre-loaded with training materials were officially hand over from OEMS IntiPakar Corp S/B to UiTM i-Learn Center. From left to right are Mohd Haniff, Desmond, Peter, Prof. Madya Dr. Janudin Sardi, Dr. Johan, Pn. Prasanna, Pn. Nur Hidayah.

Mathematica USB drive pre-loaded with training materials were officially hand over from OEMS IntiPakar Corp S/B to UiTM i-Learn Center.
From left to right are Mohd Haniff, Desmond, Peter, Prof. Madya Dr. Janudin Sardi, Dr. Johan, Pn. Prasanna, Pn. Nur Hidayah.

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Mar 17 2016

Discrete Mathematics Workshop for Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS, 16/03/2016


A workshop on Discrete Mathematics with MATHEMATICA by OEMS Intipakar Corporation was arranged by Ms. Amy Foong and Dr. Abas, lecturers from CIS department, for the students on March 16, 2016 at UTP computer lab.

It’s a fun learning session with the students comes up with fast and precise answer with confidence!

20160316_163227_trimmedThis two hours session engaged the 1st year CIS student to explore actively on the examples in LOGIC and PROBABILITY (BAYES’ THEOREM) with basic programming of Wolfram Language. The class was awesome with full participation, solving the problems by learning the topics with hands-on examples and interactive visualizations through Wolfram technologies such as Wolfram|Alpha, MathWorld and Wolfram Demonstration Project.

Early exposure to MATHEMATICA, the modern technical computing tool, shall greatly benefit the students especially when they reach their advanced study. Individual UTP students could now get the Mathematica license at zero cost at here.

All UTP lecturer/researcher/student could get the free standalone Mathematica license here:

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Mar 09 2016

Free License for all USM,UTP,Monash,*UTM Lecturer/Researcher/Student

Site LicenseYes, why look further. Wolfram Mathematica individual license is available freely for all USM, UTP, Monash, *UTM lecturers, researchers & students.

Get your copy now at http://oemscorp.com/mathematica-site/. Share the good news at your FB today!!

*Mathematica individual license at UTM is currently for lecturer only. UTM student could use it at computer labs.

What are the best steps to start using Mathematica?

If you are brand-new to Mathematica, below are some suggestions on the best ways to get started.


  1. Watch the “Hands-On Start to Mathematica” tutorial screencast.
  2. Explore the Learning Center for topics relevant to your interests.
  3. Launch Mathematica, open the Classroom Assistant, and perform your first few computations.
  4. You’re now ready for the projects that faculty will assign.

Teaching Faculty

  1. Sign up for the “Overview of Mathematica for Education” seminar.
  2. Explore the Learning Center for topics relevant to your interests.
  3. Find some pre-built examples and course ware from the Demonstrations ProjectMathWorld, and the Library Archive.
  4. Assign the above steps in the student section to your classes as homework.

Research Faculty

  1. Sign up for the “Overview of Mathematica for Education” seminar.
  2. Take other seminars relevant to your work.
  3. Explore the Learning Center for topics relevant to your interests.
  4. Go to the Demonstrations Project site to see what’s possible.
  5. Go to the Library Archive for additional resources.



Mar 08 2016

Mathematica 10.4 Adds Robust Array of Improvements

M10.4-featured-podA new version of the renowned Mathematica program is available.

Version 10.4 capitalizes on the latest enhancements to the Wolfram Language to deliver significant new functionality for cloud services and systems, geographic and geometric computation, dynamic visualization, creating interactive applications, and a robust array of other improvements.
Additional details about this release are available here.

(Published at Wolfram News on March 4, 2016)

Feb 19 2016

Examine Human Anatomy Content in Wolfram Computable Format

Anatomy_Heart1Perhaps you would like to study human anatomy, or simply interested to find out more about our body system, Wolfram Mathematica has make it possible for you with a readily computable format at your fingertips.Anatomy_Heart arterial

You could easily gain insight into how individual anatomical structures interplay in the human body and explore it from entire organ systems down to microscopic ganglia.


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Wolfram Language provides a list of muscles that are part of the leg


Check out the Wolfram Blog: Dissecting the New Anatomy Content in the Wolfram Language from Keiko Hirayama – Wolfram|Alpha Developer, Wolfram|Alpha Scientific Content.

There are lots of interesting examples in the blog and you could also download the post as a Computable Document Format (CDF) file.



Feb 15 2016

Introducing Wolfram Programming Lab: Virtual Workshop for Educators

This free workshop is designed for educators, technology coaches, and anyone interested in incorporating the latest technology into the classroom.

February 25, 2016 (Fri)   5am – 6am Malaysia Time

All are welcome.

No programming experience needed.

It’s free! Seats are limited.


Join us and explore the newly released Wolfram Programming Lab.

Presentations include:

  • how to get started using Programming Lab,

  • its built-in explorations,

  • case studies from elementary schools and secondary classrooms.

  • Plenty of time is scheduled for Q&A with Wolfram experts and education outreach staff.

Register Now




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.




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


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

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