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January 11, 13, 18, 20, 25|Online

New in Wolfram Language 13

Learn about what’s new in the latest major release of Mathematica and the Wolfram Language in this multi-part webinar series. Each webinar features Wolfram experts who will discuss what’s new in their areas of specialty and answer your questions.

Free webinar series Registration required

January 24, 26|Online

Wolfram Language : Résoudre des EDO et des EDA avec NDSolve

This course covers techniques for solving ordinary differential equations (ODEs) and differential-algebraic equations (DAEs) using the Wolfram Language. It introduces the built-in Wolfram Language function DSolve for finding symbolic solutions to differential equations and the built-in function NDSolve, a general numerical differential equation solver.

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January 24–28|Online

Wolfram Quantum Computation Framework

This Study Group provides an introductory review of quantum computing using the Wolfram Quantum Computation Framework. We shall review basic concepts of quantum computation, such as quantum states, transformations, operators, gates, circuits and algorithms.

Daily study group Registration required

Wolfram U

January 25|Online

Economics Research and Teaching with Mathematica

Learn how to leverage Wolfram’s ready-to-use financial and socioeconomic data, automated modeling functionalities and customized visualization toolkit as a unified solution for economics research and teaching.

Free webinar Registration required

Wolfram U

January 26|Online

Quick Start to Wolfram Tech

Learn to work with Wolfram Notebooks in the cloud as well as on your desktop and familiarize yourself with the syntax and programming fundamentals of the Wolfram Language. No prior experience with the Wolfram Language is required. Certificate of course completion available.

Instructor-led course Registration required

January 28|Online

Writing High-Performance Code

Optimize your Wolfram Language skills by learning to recognize and resolve key issues that make for sub-optimal code.

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Stephen Wolfram's Livestreams

January 31–February 18|Online

Introduction to Cryptography

In this Study Group, you will follow video lessons from the new Wolfram U course Introduction to Cryptography and learn about the concepts, underlying math and connections to real-world scenarios. A certificate of program completion will be awarded to participants who attend online sessions and pass quizzes.

Daily study group Registration required

January 31|Online

The Wolfram Language: Practical Programming

Boost your programming skills from basic coding to full development. This course demonstrates the tools needed to create and maintain Wolfram Language coding projects.

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Stephen Wolfram's Livestreams Wolfram Summer Programs

February 1|Online

Mathematics Research and Teaching with Mathematica

Learn how to leverage Wolfram’s ready-to-use mathematics data, powerful statistical analysis tools and state-of-the-art symbolic and numerical computation as a unified solution for mathematics research and teaching.

Free webinar Registration required

Wolfram Summer Programs

February 4|Online

Unstructured Data in the Wolfram Language

Learn how to use automation to infer structure, remove noise and drive insight from unstructured sources using a variety of data types, including image, audio and video.

Free webinar Registration required

February 8|Online

Physics Research and Teaching with Mathematica

Learn how to leverage Wolfram’s ready-to-use physics data, powerful statistical analysis tools and state-of-the-art symbolic and numerical computation as a unified solution for physics research and teaching.

Free webinar Registration required

February 10|Online

Computational Xplorations

See how computational thinking is being applied to a range of disciplines not traditionally associated with coding. This free introductory course demonstrates how to interactively explore nearly any field using computation.

Instructor-led course Registration required

February 11|Online

Networks and Graphs in the Wolfram Language

Learn how to construct a graph object from scratch or from predefined data sources in this introduction to graphs and networks in the Wolfram Language. This webinar is ideal for anyone looking to learn a versatile aspect of the Wolfram Language.

Free webinar Registration required

February 18|Online

The Wolfram Language for Python Users

See how the Wolfram Language’s unique computational framework can add functionality and accessibility to your existing Python workflows.

Free webinar Registration required

February 22|Online

Engineering Research and Teaching with Mathematica

Learn how you can leverage our ready-to-use automated machine learning and signal processing toolkit to elevate your engineering research workflow. You will have the opportunity to ask our experts about the specific functions and features that interest you.

Free webinar Registration required

February 23|Online

Quick Start to Wolfram Tech

Learn to work with Wolfram Notebooks in the cloud as well as on your desktop and familiarize yourself with the syntax and programming fundamentals of the Wolfram Language. No prior experience with the Wolfram Language is required. Certificate of course completion available.

Instructor-led course Registration required

March 3|Online

The Wolfram Language: Programming Fundamentals

This course teaches the fundamental concepts of programming in the Wolfram Language. It features concise lecture sections, self-check exercises and tips for writing Wolfram Language code. Basic familiarity with the Wolfram Language or introductory-level skill in any programming language is recommended.

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March 8|Online

Computational Xplorations

See how computational thinking is being applied to a range of disciplines not traditionally associated with coding. This free introductory course demonstrates how to interactively explore nearly any field using computation.

Instructor-led course Registration required