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19th Annual Wolfram Summer School Online

Wolfram Summer School

A unique educational and career opportunity. Explore and create projects at the frontiers of science, technology and innovation. Learn how to apply Wolfram’s unique approach to creating ideas and turning them into research, products and companies. We value diversity in education. Women, people of color, members of the LGBTQ community, individuals with disabilities and veterans are strongly encouraged to apply.

Financial aid is available for applicants who complete the application process.

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Physics

Help us search for the fundamental theory of physics as part of an advanced research team of mathematicians, physicists and algorithm designers. Master Stephen Wolfram’s A New Kind of Science and emerging ideas from the groundbreaking Wolfram Physics Project to investigate Wolfram models—a new class of discrete spacetime models discovered through explorations of the computational universe.

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Science

Do original research at the frontiers of science. Join a collection of students with a diverse range of scientific backgrounds to learn how to use the Wolfram Language and Stephen Wolfram’s A New Kind of Science to implement projects in their fields of interest.

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Technology & Innovation

Create the next big tech innovation with Wolfram technology. Join other entrepreneurial participants to learn hands-on from senior staff at Wolfram how to apply Wolfram’s unique approach to creating ideas and turning them into products and companies.

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Educational Innovation

Bring computational thinking to the classroom. Join a collection of individuals who want to make a difference in education. Learn how to develop educational materials and products with the Wolfram Language that will make programming in education accessible to everyone.

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Projects From the Wolfram Summer School

Samples from a few Wolfram Summer School students

What Constrains Wildfire Burn Area? [Science & Tech 2021]

Assaad Mrad

class of 2021

Computational Complexity Classes, Homotopy Classes, and n-Machines [Fundamental Physics 2021]

James Boyd

class of 2021

Effects of Causal Graph Dimension Variations in Null Geodesics [Fundamental Physics 2021]

Joana Teixeira

class of 2021

Dimension decay in the Early Universe [Fundamental Physics 2021]

Jan Chojnacki

class of 2021

A Topological Introduction to Causal Set Theory & Wolfram Physics [Fundamental Physics 2021]

Rafael Turner

class of 2021

Recovering Scalar Fields Effects in the Wolfram Model [Fundamental Physics 2021]

Salvatore Vultaggio

class of 2021

Kretschmann Scalar for Hypergraphs [Fundamental Physics 2021]

Ariadna Uxue Palomino Ylla

class of 2021

Asymptotics of the Volume of Manifolds and Graphs [Science & Tech 2021]

Samuele Mongodi

class of 2021

Meijer-G Learning [Science & Tech 2021]

Sotiris Michos

class of 2021

A Wolfram Framework for NFT Analytics [Science & Tech 2021]

Kai Harris

class of 2021

Using Machine Learning to Analyse Whale Bioacoustics [Science & Tech 2021]

Anika Sharma

class of 2021

Lie Algebras and Curvature in Discrete Geometry [Fundamental Physics 2021]

Antonia Seifert

class of 2021

Into The Ternary World [Fundamental Physics 2021]

Carlos Zapata-Carratala

class of 2021

Gauge Field Theories on Discrete Principal Fibre Bundles [Fundamental Physics 2021]

Matthew Maddock

class of 2021

Comparing Wolfram Model and Causal Set Entanglement Entropies [Fundamental Physics 2021]

Julia Dannemann-Freitag

class of 2021

Cataloguing User Error Types on EIWL Exercises [Science & Tech 2021]

Roel Fledderman

class of 2021

Finding Ways to Pick Optimal Frames for Video Summarization [Science & Tech 2021]

Jiya Singh

class of 2021

Draw a Character on the Street Map [Science & Tech 2021]

Junyao Chen

class of 2021

Non-Trivial Homotopies of Arbitrary Hypergraphs and Their Solitons [Fundamental Physics 2021]

Vladyslav Kuchkin

class of 2021

Implementing 4D Visualization [Science & Tech 2021]

Marc Vicuna

class of 2021

Distributed Consensus in Multiway Graph Cellular Automata [Fundamental Physics 2021]

Andrés Felipe Bermúdez Mendoza

class of 2021

Foundations of Differential Geometric Algebra in Wolfram Language [Fundamental Physics 2021]

Michael Reed

class of 2021

MIX Virtual Machine [Science & Tech 2021]

Jonah Liu

class of 2021

Quantum Gravity in (2+1) Dimensions and Multiway System [Fundamental Physics 2021]

Alessandro Pisana

class of 2021

Color Spin Networks [Fundamental Physics 2021]

Raymond Aschheim

class of 2021

Biomechanical Model of Joint Movements in Human Body [Science & Tech 2021]

Muhammad Ubadah Tanveer

class of 2021

Expression Difference [Science & Tech 2021]

Aman Kumar Dewangan

class of 2021

Studying Cosmology in the Case of Dimension Change [Fundamental Physics 2021]

India Ocampo Justiniano

class of 2021

FuncNets: Exploring Neural Networks for Function Evaluation [Science & Tech 2021]

Rahul Sharma

class of 2021

Visualizing Context in the Meaning Space Structure [Science & Tech 2021]

Angelo Barona

class of 2021

Wolfram Summer School | Bentley University, MA | June 29–July 17, 2020

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