Research IT

Mathematica Summer Workshop 2017

Research IT, in collaboration with other regional universities, is considering holding a Mathematica summer workshop, provisionally from 27th – 30th of June 2017. The proposed 4-day event would comprise of an introduction to Mathematica (day 1); workshops (days 2-3) and teaching and learning using Mathematica (day 4).

If you would be interested in attending this event please contact Shih-Chen Chao by the 17th of March.

In addition, we are also looking for experienced users who would be interested in hosting workshops in the following areas:

  • Data Manipulation & Analysis
  • Machine Learning
  • Graphs & Networks
    • Social Network Analysis
  • Strings & Text
  • Parallel Computing and Optimisation
  • Image & Sound Processing
  • 3D Image
  • Geometry
    • 3D Printing

Alternatively, if you are experienced in presenting in any areas not covered in the list, please let us know.