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International Mathematica Symposium 2003

07 July 2003 09:00 - 11 July 2003 19:00
Location: Most of the conference will take place in the Huxley Building, at 180 Queen's Gate; some events will be held in the Sherfield Building, mid-campus.
Attendance restrictions: Tickets to be purchased in advance
Contact: Phil Ramsden
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The International Mathematica Symposium is an interdisciplinary conference for users of Mathematica in research, education, industry and commerce.

Confirmed plenary spearkers are:

  • Stephen Wolfram, creator of Mathematica and CEO of Wolfram Research, whose book A New Kind Of Science has recently been published.
  • John Nash, Nobel laureate, pioneer of noncooperative game theory (amongst other things...)
  • Roman Maeder, author of The Mathematica Programmer and Computer Science With Mathematica, and one of the undisputed world experts on programming in Mathematica.
  • Bruno Buchberger, creator of Theorema, and the leading authority on logic and proving using Mathematica.
  • Carl McTague, young mathematician and composer of the Mathematica-based piece, Six Integers.