Wolfram will be on campus on the 22nd of November to introduce Mathematica v11, their powerful technical computing platform. The University has acquired unlimited licenses for this system which allows users to perform data analysis, text and language processing, geographic data visualisation and more. In addition Mathematica also provides neural networks, machine learning possibilities and audio, image and signal processing capabilities.
The roadshow will showcase these capabilities as well as demonstrate ways in which Mathematica can enable and facilitate research in a wide variety of research disciplines.
Drop by the foyer of University Place at any time from 10am – 4pm on the 22nd of November to take part and to speak to representatives from Wolfram and Research IT.