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Mathematica Experts Live:
Visualization Q&A 2012
Do you want to make beautiful graphics? Need help making your customized plots easier to understand? Have you always wanted to make instant interactive graphics, but don't know how to begin? Join Mathematica experts for a live Q&A session on visualization. You can submit questions when you register, or ask them during the live event.
Technical Communication and Strategy Manager
Ever since he got his hands on Mathematica back in college, Yu-Sung has been hooked on its capabilities, especially for graphics. In his six years at Wolfram, he's been involved in the development of visualization, image processing, and spline functionality. Whenever he is not busy with secret Wolfram projects (which has become rare, by the way), he loves spending his time with family and Mathematica explorations—creating fun animations, generating math quizzes for kids, and even carving virtual pumpkins, to name a few.
Brett Champion was introduced to Mathematica in 1995 while working on a degree in mathematics, and soon found himself using it whenever possible. He joined Wolfram Research in 2000, continuing projects started by a couple of interns, including the future NMinimize. For more than five years he has worked on the design, testing, implementation, and documentation of visualization functions. Brett enjoys interacting with colleagues and customers about how to use Mathematica to solve interesting problems.
Technical Content Specialist
Vitaliy Kaurov discovered Mathematica in his college studies. Later it became an irreplaceable tool for his research in theoretical physics. As a consequence he started teaching with Mathematica and Wolfram|Alpha, and participated in the Wolfram Demonstrations Project and the Wolfram Science Summer School. Finally, he decided to dedicate his time completely to Wolfram technologies and joined the Technical Communication and Strategy group.
Public & Community Relations Associate
Zach Parcell started working at Wolfram Research in July 2011 in the Public Relations department. He will be the host of this live event.