Just a friendly reminder,
Introduction to Maple 11
Tuesday, January 8, 2008 2:00 pm EST. Register here.
In this one-hour demonstration and Q & A forum you will learn about Maple 11’s smart-document user interface, enhanced mathematical power, and increased connectivity to other tools; all of which will dramatically improve your mathematical and technical problem-solving capabilities.
Introduction to Maple T.A. 3.0
Tuesday, January 15, 2008 2:00 pm EST. Register here.
Focusing on ease of use, this release contains an enriched authoring environment, a brand-new Gradebook, and additional authentication and administration features.
Clickable Engineering Math: Part 1- Interactive Engineering Problem Solving:
Wednesday, January 16, 2008 2:00 pm EST. Register here.
The idea of powerful mathematics delivered using very visual, interactive, point-and-click methods, is launching a new generation of teaching and learning techniques in mathematics. In this Webinar Dr. Tom Lee will present general engineering problem-solving methods using Clickable techniques. Specific techniques including symbolic equation solving, differential equations and transforms, plotting and visualization and units will be covered.
Clickable Calculus: Pre-Calculus, and Calculus of One and Several Variables
Thursday, January 24, 2008 2:00 pm EST. Register here.
Join Dr. Robert Lopez as he explores Maple 11’s remarkable set of user-interface features that makes common mathematical operations as easy as pointing and clicking. In this session, Dr. Lopez will solve a spectrum of standard (and not-so-standard) problems drawn from Pre-Calculus, and Calculus of one and several variables.
Maple Connectivity Tools for Simulink®/MATLAB®
Wednesday, January 30, 2008 at 2:00 pm EST. Register here.
If you’re a user of Simulink, then you’ll already know that model-based design has brought huge benefits to the engineering systems design process. You should also know that Simulink has several inherent weaknesses that impede the development of high-fidelity models of dynamic systems, particularly where execution speed is important. In this session you’ll learn how to make advanced engineering math work for you, generate optimal design parameters using automated optimization tools, import Simulink models into Maple for analysis and simplification, and rapidly develop physical models from first principles for easy implementation in Simulink.
I hope that you will join us as we continue to provide in-depth information and demonstrations of Maplesoft solutions. Thank you for your participation!
Webinar Information Coordinator