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19th Annual Wolfram Summer School Online June 28–July 16, 2021

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

Constructing Protein Surfaces

Yury Polyachenko

class of 2020

Find a Graph Approximation to the Cosmic Web

Truman Tapia

class of 2020

Student Financial Aids with Neural Network Approach

Thao Nguyen

class of 2020

Wolfram Models as Discretization Methods for Numerical PDE Solver

Yanal Marji

class of 2020

Quantum Teleportation in String Substitution System

Taufiq Murtadho

class of 2020

Towards Universal Robotics

Douw Marx

class of 2020

Textually Describing Wolfram Language Expressions

Renan Germano

class of 2020

Multiple Transformation Rules that Give Slow Growth

Sam Wilson

class of 2020

Natural Spreadsheet Understanding

Carsten Giersberg

class of 2020

Shor’s Algorithm in Multiway Systems

Yoav Rabinovich

class of 2020

Exploring CPT Invariance in Wolfram Models

Xiyuan Gao

class of 2020

Homotopic Foundations of Wolfram Models

Xerxes Arsiwalla

class of 2020

Local Dimension Measure and Rotation Groups in Wolfram Models

Tobias Canavesi

class of 2020

Implementation of Level-Index Arithmetic for Very Large Numbers

Swastik Banerjee

class of 2020

Text Generation Using GANs

Suman Sigdel

class of 2020

MNIST Automatic Denoising with U-NET Autoencoder

Siria Sadeddin

class of 2020

Random Walks in Branchial Space and Finding Simplest Universal NDTM

Simon Golombek

class of 2020

Function to Compute the Microwave Spectrum Tables from a Molecule

Juan Sebastián Molano Peña

class of 2020

Nearest NACA Airfoil Finder

Saulo da Paz Almeida

class of 2020

Constructing Directed Graphs of Email Conversations

Ryan Bell

class of 2020

Hunting for Black Holes

Carlos Rafael Garduño Acolt

class of 2020

Cellular Automata (CA) on 3D Lattices

Radhika Prasad

class of 2020

Integrating SPICE into Mathematica: C Style

Pranav Sai

class of 2020

Block Diagram Visualizations of Functions

Phillip Waitkevich

class of 2020

The Quantum Harmonic Oscillator in the Wolfram Physics Model

Patrick Geraghty

class of 2020

Multi Perspectives, 3D Graph Embeddings and Multispace

Nikolay Murzin

class of 2020

Product Line Optimization for a Monopoly Firm

Monir Jalili

class of 2020

Studying State Transition Diagrams in Finite Wolfram Models

Mohamed Gaber

class of 2020

Evolution of (Hyper)Graph Invariants under (Hyper)Graph Rewritings

Maurizio Moreschi

class of 2020

Exploring Networks in Hard Sphere Models

Matthew Kafker

class of 2020

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

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