Maple is an invaluable part of many mathematical research projects. This session highlights the work of two different researchers who explain how they use Maple in their work and which techniques they find to be most effective. Projects involving the study of self-righting shapes and cryptography will be explored.
- Gabor Domokos, Professor, Department of Mechanics, Materials and Structures, Budapest University of Technology and Economics
- William Bauldry, Professor of Mathematics, Appalachian State University
*This webinar was presented as a part of the Maplesoft Virtual Event Conference that took place in February, 2014.