Upcoming workshops for math packages

The University of Saskatchewan has licensed MATLAB and Mathematica as part of our support for research. The makers of these programs are offering online webinars on how to use specific features, and I wanted to draw these to your attention.

February 26, 12:00-15:30 – Wolfram Visualization Virtual Workshop

This is a set of 5 sessions on how to use Mathematica to visualise data, including talks on using animation and interactive tools in your work; and how to visualise 3D geometry.

March 1, 08:00 or 13:00 (two sessions) – Enabling Project-Based Learning with MATLAB, Simulink, and Target Hardware

How to  use MATLAB and Simulink to control devices.

March 8, 08:00 or 13:00 (two sessions) Teaching Fluid Mechanics and Heat Transfer with Interactive MATLAB Apps

While this session uses the Symbolic Mathematics toolbox that is not part of our set of toolboxes, it illustrates using MATLAB for teaching CFD techniques.

March 15, 08:00 or 13:00 (two sessions) Parallel Computing with MATLAB on Multicore Desktops and GPUs

This is particularly relevant in light of our previous blog post on the general purpose GPU cluster, Zeno. Parallel MATLAB is available on the Socrates cluster as well.

For more information on these programs, please contact Research Computing.

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