It’s time to experiment with math! Students in grades 7 through 12 are invited to probe many unsolved problems in mathematics using high-performance computing enabled by Wolfram Language; the program is based on real-world problems facing scientists at Brookhaven National Laboratory. If you’re a math lover who wants to witness the power of pure math fused with introductory computing, this is the course for you.
No prior programming experience is required but prior completion of an algebra course is recommended. Students must bring their own laptop (PC or MAC) capable of running Mathematica 11. (See wolfram.com/mathematica/system-requirements.html for system requirements.) A free limited-time Mathematica license will be provided for the duration of the course.
The National Museum of Mathematics extends its gratitude to Wolfram, Inc., and to Brookhaven National Laboratory for their support of this exciting new program.
Schedule - 9:00 am through 10:30 am on the following days:
*Dates beyond September have not yet been finalized and are subject to minor adjustment.
11 E. 26th St.
New York, NY 10010