Maplesoft announced the sponsorship of this year’s Mathematical Association of America (MAA) Project NExT (New Experiences in Teaching) Fellow. In its second year, the Maplesoft sponsorship will support the professional development of Rebecca Wills, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Mathematics at Roanoke College, Virginia.
Maplesoft™, the leading provider of high-performance software tools for engineering, science, and mathematics, announced today the release of DynaFlexPro 3.0, a Maple™ package used to model and simulate the kinematics and dynamics of mechanical multibody systems. Significantly enhanced usability features make this release relevant to a wider range of engineers.
Maplesoft announced the launch of a new Student Help Center on its Web site (www.maplesoft.com/studentcenter) that promises to provide unmatched support to students in their math studies. Problems that students may encounter in a math course or in Maple can be solved faster with the help of this online support system.
The University of Guelph and Maplesoft™ are partnering to develop innovative and efficient uses for technology in mathematics and science education. The two organizations will work together to develop state-of-the-art technology tools aimed at giving students a more compelling and effective academic experience, while making instruction delivery more efficient and student-focussed.
Maplesoft has announced a large-scale customer win in China. In a significant academic deal, Shanghai Jiatong University purchased several network licenses for Maple™, and plans to use the software to perform advanced research in various projects across the university
Maple 11 is the Ideal Tool for Engineers and Scientists to Streamline and Increase Quality of Analytical Work Tokyo, January 8, 2007 — Maplesoft™, the leading provider of high-performance software tools for engineering, science and mathematics, today announced the release of Maple 11 Japanese Edition. Maple 11 is the latest release of Maple™, the company’s flagship product. It features enhancements to its smart document interface, strong computation engine and connectivity capabilities. The result is a product that provides users the necessary technology to reduce error and dramatically increase analytical productivity. “Maple 11 Japanese Edition answers the call from Japanese engineers for a product that can further enhance and extend the quality of analytical work,” said Yoichi Mizoguchi, board member and general manager at Cybernet Systems Co., Ltd, Map
WATERLOO, CANADA, January 8, 2007 — Maplesoft™, the leading provider of high-performance software tools for engineering, science and mathematics, announced a major release of Maple™, the company’s flagship product. Maple 11 features enhancements to its smart document interface, strong computation engine, and connectivity capabilities. The result is a product that enables researchers to develop more sophisticated algorithms or models, teachers to bring life to complex problems, and students to focus on concepts rather than the mechanics of solutions.
With Maple 11, the company is advancing the revolutionary technical document interface technology it introduced two years ago. Maple 11’s intuitive user interface leads the pack among math software with virtually no learning curve to perform even sophisticated tasks. Dozens of interactive tutors, reference tools, and built-in content for mathematics, engin