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Maple Summer Workshop™
July 11th-14th | Wilfrid Laurier University | Waterloo, ON | Canada
MSW 2004 proved to be an overwhelming success with 130 attendees gathering from across the globe at Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.

The workshop program officially opened on Sunday, July 11th with a welcome reception, hosted and addressed by Dr. Arthur Szabo, Dean, Faculty of Science of Wilfrid Laurier University.

MSW 2004 provided a forum for attendees to share Maple experiences—both formally and informally, over the course of the 4-day workshop. The program featured over fifty contributed talks whereby Maple users, selected through a formal call for presentations, had an opportunity to present their innovative usage of Maple in teaching, research and industry, to a captive audience.

In addition to the contributed talks, the program offered attendees a wide variety of sessions from which to choose, including: three keynote addresses, intensive hands-on tutorials, informal Q&A sessions, and a banquet dinner.

Thanks to all participants for contributing to the success of a very valuable conference!
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Research Partners 
  University of Waterloo
University of Western Ontario
Simon Fraser University
Ontario Research Center for Computer Algebra (ORCCA)
Moscow State University
French National Institute for Research in Computer Science and Control (INRIA) The SCIEnce Project
University of Lille 1, France
Technology and Product Partners:  
  National Instruments, makers of LabVIEW
The MathWorks, Inc., makers of MATLAB SolidWorks, a supplier of 3D mechanical design software NAG (Numerical Algorithms Group), developer of world leading numerical solvers
Thomson Learning, one of the world's largest providers of tailored learning solutions
Key Commercial Customers: 
  Toyota
Sun Microsystems
Hewlett Packard
Boeing
Raytheon
Allied Signal
Motorola
Robert Bosch
General Electric
Lucent Technologies
Daimler-Chrysler
Ford