Talk to highlight capabilities of Mathematica 9

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. -- Andy Dorsett, academic key account manager with Wolfram Research, will present "Wolfram Technologies for STEM Fields" at 3:30 p.m. on Sept. 24, in 160 Willard Building on the University Park campus of Penn State.

The free talk illustrates the capabilities in the Mathematica 9 computing software that apply to teaching and research on campus.

Topics include easy-to-use features for new and current users; 2-D and 3-D visualization; dynamic interactivity and on-demand scientific data; example-driven course materials specifically for science and engineering courses; symbolic interface construction; digital image processing, parallelization and control systems functionality; and new Wolfram SystemsModeler for component-based, multi-domain modeling and simulation.

Attendees also will have the opportunity to ask questions.

Last Updated September 17, 2013