Computational Research and Studies with Mathematica: Accelerating Chemistry Research and Learning Chemistry with Computational Thinking and Computable Knowledge

Wednesday, January 12, 2022 at 4:00pm to 5:00pm

Virtual Event

Designing active-learning modules that function across in-person, hybrid and remote learning spaces remains challenging and nontrivial for chemical educators at all levels. One route to future-proof modules is via interactive electronic notebooks. Example notebooks bridging multiple learning spaces are discussed along with strategies for incorporation across the curriculum.

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Activity Leaders:
W Craig Carter, Professor of Materials Science
Jason Sonnenberg, Wolfram Research

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Academic, IAP (Independent Activities Period)

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Public, Students, Alumni, Faculty, Staff

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School of Engineering (SoE)


chemistry, Computational Thinking, Knowledge-Based Computation, Computational-Assisted Research and Study, Mathematica, Wolfram Language, Interactive Widgets for Presentations

Department of Materials Science and Engineering (DMSE)


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