This seminar provides an overview of the capabilities of Mathematica in astronomy.
More efficient astronomy with Mathematica (HPC and GPU Webinar Series)
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(Wolfram Technology Group)
HPC and GPU Webinar Series
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Karl Isensee has been a member of the Wolfram Technology Group since October 2011. In his PhD work he used Mathematica to reduce, analyze, and visualize data from the Spitzer Space Telescope and Chandra X-ray Observatory. His analysis was included in a publication for The Astrophysical Journal.
Isensee has teaching experience as a physics lab instructor at Carleton College. He has also lectured in astronomy at the University of Minnesota.