Maple in Mathematics Education and Research

This conference is dedicated to exploring different aspects of the math software Maple, including Maple's impact on education, new symbolic computation algorithms and techniques, and the wide range of Maple applications. Attendees will have the opportunity to learn about the latest research, share experiences, and interact with Maple developers.

The conference will take place online, and will consist of two days of live presentations from Maplesoft and the community. Presentations will be recorded and made available after the conference.

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Keynote Presentations

**Dr. Laurent Bernardin**

__What’s New in the World of Maplesoft__

Dr. Laurent Bernardin is President and CEO of Maplesoft. He has been with Maplesoft for over 20 years and prior to his appointment to his current role, he held the positions of CTO and COO. Bernardin is a firm believer that mathematics matters. Under his leadership, Maple has grown from a research project in symbolic computing to a complete environment for mathematical calculations used by hundreds of thousands of engineers, scientists, researchers and students around the world.

**Dr. Robert Corless**

__The Mathieu Functions: Computational and Historical Perspectives__

Dr. Robert M. Corless is Emeritus Distinguished University Professor at Western University, a member of the Rotman Institute of Philosophy and of The Ontario Research Center for Computer Algebra, and Adjunct Professor at the Cheriton School of Computer Science, the University of Waterloo. He is also Editor-in-Chief of Maple Transactions. His primary research interests are computational linear and polynomial algebra, computational dynamical systems, and computational special functions. His underlying principles are Computational Discovery and Computational Epistemology, and the Ethics of AI, especially in teaching. His current focus is the new field of Bohemian Matrices. He has collaborated and published widely, and is the winner of a Halmos-Ford prize for mathematical exposition.