This year’s Wolfram Summer School will be held at Bentley University in Waltham, Massachusetts, from June 18 to July 7, 2017.
Maybe you’re a researcher who wants to study the dynamics of galaxies with cellular automata. Perhaps you’re an innovator who wants to create a way to read time from pictures of analog clocks or build a new startup with products that use RFID (radio-frequency identification) to track objects. You might be an educator who wants to build an algebra feedback system or write a textbook that teaches designers how to disinvent the need for air conditioning. These projects show the diversity and creativity of some of our recent Summer School students. Does this sound like you? If so, we want you to join us this summer!
We offer three tracks: Science, Technology & Innovation and Educational Innovation. As a student, you will design and execute a challenging, practical project and acquire an incredible amount of knowledge along the way. At the Summer School, you will gain skills that are useful universally and network with a community of smart, creative people from all over the world. Many of our students go on to work for us in some capacity, whether that be as an employee, intern, ambassador, etc.
If you’re accepted to the Summer School, you will be mentored by top-notch staff who have made powerful and important contributions to the Wolfram Language, Mathematica, Wolfram|Alpha and more—including the inventor of the Wolfram Language, Stephen Wolfram.
The Wolfram Language has a vast depth of built-in algorithms and knowledge. Recent feature additions include a dynamic and ever-growing set of machine learning capabilities (including neural networks), as well as advancements in the areas of image processing, visualization, 3D printing, geographic information systems, natural language processing and computational linguistics and database and web frameworks, among many others.
Whatever your background, profession or future plans, the Wolfram Summer School can equip you with the computational tools you need to bring any idea to reality.
For more information, visit our website.