Maple 16 is a major new release of Maple, the technical computing software for mathematicians, engineers, and scientists. With Maple 16, Maplesoft introduces new tools and techniques in its Clickable Math collection, setting new standards for ease of use in mathematical software and providing new, innovative ways to explore mathematics. Of course, the interface is only one of the many areas of Maple that was enhanced in Maple 16. Substantial improvements were made across the entire product, in mathematical algorithms, visualization, programming language, engineering tools, documentation, education features, authoring tools, and more. In this webinar, we’ll explore many of the new features of Maple 16.

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Presenters:
Laurent Bernardin, Chief Scientist and Executive Vice-President of Research and Development, Maplesoft

Dr. Bernardin holds a PhD (Dr. Sc. Tech.) in Computer Science from ETH Zurich, Switzerland, focusing on algorithms for Symbolic Computation, as well as an engineering degree (Dipl. Ing. ETH), also from ETH Zurich. He is a recognized authority in the area of symbolic computation and has published numerous papers on mathematical algorithms as well as parallel and distributed computation. Laurent is an active member of the research community, serving on the editorial board of the Journal for Symbolic Computing and is regularly asked to serve on the program committee or act as referee for prominent conferences in the field.