The 2020 Maple Conference has gone VIRTUAL!

Maple Conference

2 - 6 November 2020

The 2020 Maple Conference has gone VIRTUAL!

This year’s Maple Conference will be presented online in an interactive virtual environment complete with a presentation theatre, networking lounge and resource library.

Conference Program

Attend for free! Register now to gain access to a mix of live and on-demand sessions throughout the week, including keynote presentations, on demand sessions, and discussions on a variety of topics related to Maple.

The presentations fall within three broad categories: Maple in Education, Algorithms and Software, and Applications of Maple.

Each day, the conference will begin at 8 am and end at 1pm EST, with the main presentations and Q&A sessions happening between 9 am and 12 pm EST.

All keynote presentations and panel discussions will be presented live. Keynote presentations include:

All other presentations will be presented on demand with a live Q&A. There will also be live discussions on a variety of topics at the breakfast and lunch “Virtual Tables” in the networking lounge. These will be offered each day between 8-9 am and 12-1 pm.

Add-on Workshops

There are 3 optional hands-on workshops available. A workshop is $60 USD/per person. Since we want to give as many people as possible the opportunity to participate in these hands-on workshops, each conference attendee may register for at most one course. Registration for these are available on a first come, first served basis.

 

Schedule

 

Sun Nov 1

Mon Nov 2

Tue Nov 3

Wed Nov 4

Thu Nov 5

Fri Nov 6

8am-9am

 

Virtual Tables

Virtual Tables

Virtual Tables

Virtual Tables

Virtual Tables

9am-12pm

Tutorials: Introduction to Maple Programming

AND

Object Oriented Programming in Maple

Live/On Demand Presentations

Live/On Demand Presentations

Live/On Demand Presentations

Live/On Demand Presentations

Live/On Demand Presentations

12pm-1pm

 

Virtual Tables

Virtual Tables

Virtual Tables

Virtual Tables

Virtual Tables

1pm-4pm

 

  

Tutorial:
Building Interactive Applications in Maple