Discover, Learn, Share

The Maple Conference is dedicated to exploring different aspects of the math software Maple, including its impact on education, new symbolic computation algorithms and techniques, the wide range of applications and research Maple enables, and new and upcoming advancements in Maple and related technologies.

Come to this free virtual event to:

**Discover**the work done by Maple users around the world, as well as new products and initiatives from Maplesoft**Learn**about valuable techniques and features to enhance your use of Maple**Share**experiences and ideas with members of the community and with the Maplesoft product team

Hear from Maplesoft

This conference is a great opportunity to hear directly from Maplesoft on topics you care about.

- Learn tips and techniques to increase your Maple productivity
- Explore aspects of Maple you might be unfamiliar with
- Discover new products and initiatives from Maplesoft
- Interact with Maplesoft developers, product managers, and even our CEO

Hear from the Community

The Maple Conference includes customer presentations on a range of topics related to Maple, falling into three broad categories:

- Maple in Education
- Algorithms
- Application

See the Call for Participation for details if you wish to apply. You can also explore the contributed talks from previous conferences to see the typical mix of topics.

**The Call for Participation is now closed.**

Keynote Presentations

**Dr. Laurent Bernardin**

__AI and the End of Math As We Know It__

Dr. Laurent Bernardin is President and CEO of Maplesoft. He has been with Maplesoft for over 25 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. Laureano González Vega**

__Experimental Mathematics: Using Maple to Analyse Some Conjectures Involving Matrices and Polynomials__

Dr. Laureano Gonzalez-Vega is the Director of the Department of Quantitative Methods at CUNEF University and Professor of Algebra at University of Cantabria (on leave). He is one of the co-founders of the EACA conferences (Meetings on Computational Algebra and its Applications), and the editor of The Computational Mathematics Column in the Gazette of the Royal Spanish Mathematical Society. His research activity is concentrated on topics related with Computer Algebra, Symbolic Computation and Computer Aided Geometric Design. A long-time Maple enthusiast, Dr. Gonzalez-Vega has made many important contributions to the field of matrices and polynomials in computer algebra, and been a strong advocate for the use of Maple in research promoting the experimental approach when appropriate, and in teaching to increase students’ understanding of and interest in mathematics.