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Workshops

Maple Workshop and Mathematica Workshop are held on July 21. Each workshop is free of charge and open for anybody.

Maple Workshop

Mathematic Applications from the Aspect of Science and Engineering

In Maple Workshop, all the slides will be in English and one of presentation will be in English (others are in Japanese).

Date:
July 21st, 2014, 13:00--16:30
Venue:
2nd Floor of Takikawa Memorial Hall, Rokkodai Campus of Kobe University
Language:
English or Japanese
Presentation Materials:
If you need the materials, please apply to http://www.cybernet.co.jp/maple/seminar_event/special/issac-workshop.html. Materials will be downloaded from Cybernet web site and we will send the URL to the registrants.
Program
13:00--13:10Greetings by Maplesoft & Cybernet
Tetsu Yamaguchi, Executive Vice President, Technical Marketing, Maplesoft
13:10--14:10Keynote Speech: Mathematical Tools in Systems and Control Theory
Dr. Toshiyuki Ohtsuka, Department of Systems Science, Kyoto University
14:10--14:20break
14:20--15:05Model-free Adaptive Control using Stochastic Approach -Aiming to control useful in practice-
Shinichi Ishizuka, CTO, Cybernet Systems Co., Ltd.
15:05--15:50Advanced mathematical computations in Maple and applications
Dr. Juergen Gerhard, Director of Research, Maplesoft
15:50--16:00break
16:00--16:30Symbolic-Algebraic method in Industrial Applications
Takashi Iwagaya, Group Manager, Products Planning Development Department, Cybernet Systems Co., Ltd.

In details, plaese see http://www.cybernet.co.jp/maple/seminar_event/special/issac-workshop.html

Mathematica Workshop

Continuing the Development of the Wolfram Technology Universe : COMPUTATION + KNOWLEDGE

In Mathematica Workshop, all the presentations will be in Japanese.

Date:
July 21st, 2014, 13:00--17:00
Venue:
Rokko Hall, Kobe University Centennial Hall, Rokkodai Campus of Kobe University
Language:
English or Japanese
Program
13:00--13:10Greetings by Wolfram Research Asia Ltd.
Fusashi Nakamura, Regional Office Manager, Wolfram Research Asia Ltd.
13:10--13:50New stage of Wolfram Technology
Daniel Lichtblau, Symbolic Algorithms Developer, Wolfram Research Inc.
13:50--14:30Wolfram Language and Mathematica New Version
Koji Maruyama, Sales Engineer, Wolfram Research Asia Ltd.
14:30--14:40break
14:40--15:20Attempts at undergraduate teaching with Mathematica
Masakatsu Murakami, Professor, Institute of Laser Engineering, Osaka University
15:20--16:00Probabilistic risk assessment with Mathematica
Dr. Mayumi Seto, Department of Information and Computer Sciences, Nara Women's University
16:00--16:10break
16:10--16:40TBA (New approaches such as Wolfram Problem Generator, etc.)
Akiko Kanamitsu, Business Development Executive, Wolfram Research Asia Ltd.
16:40--17:00Question-and-Answer