This conference looks fantastic.
I'm personally interested in the education side of things (being involved in the computerbasedmath.org project), and although Conrad will be speaking specifically about the project, it will be very interesting to see the latest technologies that really impact education.
Of course, the whole point of computerbasedmath.org is to teach maths in a way that develops the relevant skills for the real world applications of maths - using computers. With that in mind it'll be extremely interesting to hear what users of Wolfram technologies are doing in the workplace.
I'll be sitting in on this presentation for sure:
PlateMod: Online and Offline Modeling of Heavy Plate Production in Steel Industry
Dr Erik Parteder
Voestalpine Grobblech GmbH, Austria
Look forward to seeing everyone there!