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Mathematica 2.0 and the New Paradigm for Technical Computing

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  • Subject: Mathematica 2.0 and the New Paradigm for Technical Computing
  • From: Conrad_Geiger at NeXT.COM
  • Date: Wed, 27 Feb 91 09:49:48 PST


Stephen Wolfram, principal architect of Mathematica, will speak on  

"Mathematica 2.0 and the New Paradigm for Technical Computing."

Los Angeles, CA
	UCLA, Tues, March 5, 11 a.m., TBA
	CalTech, Tues, March 5, 4 p.m., Ramo Auditorim

San Diego, CA
	UCSD, Mon, March 4, Supercomputer Center Auditorium, 4 pm

San Francisco Bay Area, CA
	Stanford, Wed, March 6, Kresge Auditorium, 7:30 pm
	UC Berkeley, Thurs, March 7, Evans Hall, 5 pm

Boulder, CO
	Univ. of Colorado, Thurs, March 21, Duane Physics G 030, 2 pm

Atlanta, GA
	Georgia Tech, Mon, March 18, Student Center Ballroom, 3:30 pm

Chicago, IL
	Univ. of Chicago, Fri, March 15, TBA

Boston, MA
	MIT, Tues, March 12, Hall 10-250, 2:30 pm

College Park, MD
	Univ. of Maryland, Thurs, March 14, C & SS 2324, 10:30 am

Minneapolis, MN
	Univ of Minnesota, Thurs, March 28, Physics 150, 5 pm

Princeton, NJ
	Princeton University, Tues, March 26, McCosh Hall 10, 3 pm

New York City, NY
	Columbia University, Wed, March 13,Altschul Lecture Hall, 4:30 pm

New York State
	Rochester Institute of Tech, Tues, March 19, Ingle Aud., 9:30 am
	Rensselear Polytechnic Institute, Tues, March 19, CC 318, 4:30 pm

North Carolina Research Triangle
	Univ of North Carolina, Mon, March 11, Peabody 104, 4 pm

Pittsburgh, PA
	Carnegie-Mellon Univ, Wed., March 20, Doherty Hall, Rm 2210, 4 pm

Houston, TX
	Univ of Houston-Clear Lake, Mon., March 25, Auditorium, 7 pm

Seattle, WA
	Univ of Washington, Fri., March 8, Kane Hall 130, 3:30 pm

Toronto, Canada
	Univ of Toronto, Wed, March 27, Sanford Fleming 1105,  4:10 pm

For more information, contac:
Wolfram Research, Inc
100 Trade Center Drive
Champaign, IL 61820
email:  info at

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