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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


Sai kumar Murali krishnan

Class of 2018


Sai kumar Murali krishnan currently attends John Monash Science School in Melbourne, Australia and enjoys emerging sciences, technology and mathematics related subjects. He has a passion for data science, technical analysis of computers, ethical hacking and hopes to enter a computer science related field, as it supports his ability in mathematics. He has been coding in python and C# for over 2 years and was introduced to Mathematica in 2017 as a tool for his math subjects, quickly warming to it's design and learning about it's various applications and attending the Wolfram STEM Stars school in Victoria while developing several programs such as a data analyzer for the social media platform Reddit and a neural network that attempts to predict text, given an initial batch of books. He enjoys playing video games, reading books, researching neural networks in his free time and any form of mathematics or physics.

Project: Relationships Between the Wolfram Language Functions