February 11–June 15|Online
Learn about using Wolfram|Alpha technology in your junior and community college courses. Teach your students how to quickly access data and run computations in plain English while demonstrating valuable analytics skills and preparing them to use technologies used heavily in industry and higher education.
February 23–May 25|Online
Learn about using Wolfram|Alpha technology in your high-school classes. Teach your students how to quickly access data and run computations in plain English while demonstrating valuable analytics skills and preparing them to use technologies used heavily in industry and higher education.
April 8 and May 11|Online
Learn practical ways to use computational thinking—a modern blend of critical analysis and information processing applied to a range of disciplines not traditionally associated with coding—in nearly any field in your classroom, for your research project or at your company.
Learn how to use multiparadigm data science’s integrated project workflow, modern analytical techniques and computation to chart a path from questions to actionable insights. Study group sessions run daily, Monday through Friday.
See how the Wolfram Language’s unique computational framework can add functionality and accessibility to your existing Python workflows.
April 26 and 28|Online
Boost your programming skills from basic coding to full development. This course demonstrates the tools needed to create and maintain Wolfram Language coding projects.
May 11, 18 and 25; June 1|Online
Hone your existing Mathematica skills and learn new ones in this four-part evening webinar series geared toward faculty members and students.
May 12, 19 and 26; June 2|Online
Hone your existing Mathematica skills and learn new ones in this four-part lunchtime webinar series geared toward faculty members and students.
May 17 and 19|Online
Gain experience using machine learning superfunctions available in the Wolfram Language’s neural network framework. This course demonstrates how to perform supervised and unsupervised machine learning tasks and also covers regression, classification, clustering and anomaly detection.
Join us online for the Wolfram Chinese Technology Conference—a unique online opportunity to learn about Wolfram technologies and interact with Wolfram experts. Topics include audio, image and video processing; deep learning algorithms and multidomain modeling; visualization and data science processing; natural language processing; and more.
June 28 and 30|Online
Explore the ways you can use the multiparadigm data science workflow to develop your own data science process around insightful questions versus limiting traditional methods.
In this two-week online boot camp, learn how to leverage the capabilities of the Wolfram Language to deliver world-class data science results.
An Unprecedented Opportunity to Connect Globally
Join us for the Wolfram Technology Conference—a unique online opportunity to join presentations, topical meetups, networking events and informal discussions with technological innovators from multiple disciplines.
Kickstart your Wolfram Virtual Technology Conference experience by joining optional training workshops (offered in conjunction with the conference) to polish your skills and learn new ones.