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Wolfram High School
Summer Research Program

Formerly known as the Wolfram High School Summer Camp

Bentley University, Boston, MA June 25–July 13, 2024


Ben Huenemann

Class of 2018


As a rising senior at InTech Collegiate High School in Northern Utah, Ben has pursued the most obscure topics from brachistochrone curves to cryptobiotic soil. After 12 years of piano, Ben is ready to entertain his friends and has even started singing along to a coupe of pieces. He has taken a number of different college cources at a local university and has fallen into the deep trench of mathematics and computer science. Aside from his obsession in mathematics, Ben has devoted a majority of his high school life to his VEX robot through both programming and building to prepare it for a plethora of competitions. Somewhat miraculously, he has become both the VEX Robotics Captain and the National Honor Society president at his small high school and aims to find new ways to abuse that power in times that he isn't working on VEX robotics or appearing honorable, Ben struggles to find new perspectives and universal truths that fight his bizarre, cynical look on the world and play a couple of video games on the side.

Project: Using Multilevel NAND trees to Create XOR Expressions