During this free seminar, we will explore using Mathematica and Wolfram|Alpha for a wide variety of practical and theoretical applications across a variety of disciplines. Attendees will not only see new features in Mathematica 11 and Wolfram|Alpha, but will also receive examples of this functionality to begin using immediately. No experience with Mathematica or Wolfram|Alpha is required, and students are encouraged to attend.
To find out more, please contact Andy Dorsett at firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-800-965-3726 ext. 5592.
This event allows participants to showcase their engineering skills in a friendly competition as a nice break from classes with the opportunity to earn cash provided by the Case Alumni Association!
It will be held at KSL LL06.
For the WISER light bulb drop there will be food and monetary prizes awarded for the first 3 prizes (1st: $250, 2nd: 175, 3rd: $75).
InterContinental Hotel & Conference Center, 9801 Carnegie Ave.
5:30pm, February 23, 2017
Each year, the Case School of Engineering celebrates National Engineers Week by hosting activities and events to honor the achievements made by engineers and the positive impacts the profession makes upon our everyday lives. The premier annual event, the Engineers Week Reception, attracts more than 600 guests including students, faculty, alumni and corporate sponsors.
Featuring Keynote Speaker
Janet Kavandi, Director of the NASA's John H. Glenn Research Center in Cleveland, Ohio
Register at www.casealum.org/eweek2017 by Feb. 17
The SWE Luncheon date and location have changed, and it is now being held on February 24th from 12:45-2pm, during community hour, in the Thwing Ballroom. The speaker is Lauren Smith, who is a recent CWRU alum who is working at Northrup Grumman. She has an Aero background and will speak to students and alumni about all that she has learned in her experiences as a woman engineer.
This is the link to our Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/swe-luncheon-tickets-31145577260
The Northeast Ohio Health IT Talent Collaborative is happy to announce the region’s first data science (Kaggle – like) competition sponsored by Case Western Reserve University and IBM Watson Health. This competition will be a hands on experience that will allow students to find out what it is like to analyze and report (both orally and visually) on a data set that is of interest to them.
Open to Northeast Ohio high school students in Cuyahoga County.
Learn more at hitinthecle.com.