Mathematica SIG (Washington DC Area)
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- Subject: [mg88982] Mathematica SIG (Washington DC Area)
- From: Bruce Colletti <bwcolletti at verizon.net>
- Date: Thu, 22 May 2008 06:21:14 -0400 (EDT)
The Washington D.C. area Mathematica Special Interest Group will meet Friday, 23 May, 7:30 to 9:00 a.m. at the SAIC Enterprise Center building in Tysons Corner (see directions below).
Early risers meet before 7:00 in the morning for admission at the front desk, then we have a Dutch treat breakfast downstairs. By about 7:30 we have moved to one of the classrooms. Meetings consist of prepared talks, informal discussion about Mathematica programming and applications, general questions, and new business.
For the prepared talk, Dan Martinez will present a mishmash of Manipulate applications and will discuss Inset. He will also present a demonstration titled "Equilibrium of Three Coplanar Forces."
To inquire about attending, e-mail Dan Martinez (dmartinez at sprintmail.com) or Bruce Colletti (bcolletti at compuserve.com). In your e-mail subject line, please include 'Mathematica SIG.'
DIRECTIONS to 8301 Greensboro Drive, McLean VA (tall, boxy and white SAIC Enterprise Building at the corner of Westpark Drive and Greensboro Drive): From the Beltway, go northwest on Route 7 (Leesburg Pike) and proceed past Route 123 (Chain Bridge Road). Turn right onto Westpark Drive (Gosnell Road in the other direction). Turn right at the next light onto Greensboro Drive and then right into the parking lot. Visitor's Parking is adjacent to Westpark Drive.
A SIG representative will meet you in the lobby.
Please arrive no later than ten minutes to seven if you wish to join us for breakfast, and no later than twenty after seven to attend the meeting only. The desk officer will ask for a driver's license before issuing a visitor's badge.
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