IMS 2008 June 20-24th

9th International Mathematica Symposium - Maastricht,
The Netherlands

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Important Dates (Updated!)

Abstract Submission February 11th
Notification of Acceptance February 19th
Final Submission April 15th

Keynote Speakers

Confirmed keynote speakers:

Doing physics with Mathematica 6

Dr. Michael Trott, lead developer of the Wolfram functions website and author of the Mathematica Guidebooks.


Teaching and Learning with Mathematica

Abby Brown, Teacher of the Year 2003, Torrey Pines High School, San Diego, CA.


Guiding Principles of Mathematica - What they are, Why they matter

Conrad Wolfram, Wolfram Research, Managing Director


Forthcoming Technologies (*)

Dr. Tom Wickham-Jones, Wolfram Research, Director of Kernel Technology


Parallel Puzzle Solving

Dr. Roman Maeder, Director of Parallel Computing Technology


A Connoisseur's Guide to Front End Interactivity

Dr. Christopher Carlson, Wolfram Research, Lead Developer, Interactive Graphics


New Developments in Mathematica (*)

Dr. Peter Overmann, Wolfram Research, Director of Software Technology


Radio Astronomy at Effelsberg: the giant 100 meter dish and the first international LOFAR station

Dr. Norbert Junkes, Max Planck Institute for Radio Astronomy, Bonn, Germany


(*) to attend these talks you will be required to sign a non-disclosure agreement.

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