Mathematica Summer Camp 2014 was a great success! Interested applicants for our July 2015 program are encouraged to join our mailing list for registration announcements and updates.

If you are an advanced high school student, have a passion for science, math, or technology, and would like to work with Mathematica, this is the program for you! Learn more »

Who is the summer camp for?

It is intended for advanced high school students typically entering grades 11–12, though exceptional younger students will be considered. Applicants must be age 17 years or younger on July 1, 2015. Applicants are expected to have taken some advanced courses in mathematics, science, or computer science. Mathematica is preferred but not a requirement.

What happens at the summer camp?

It's a mixture of lectures, individual interactions with instructors, and homework. Each student is expected to do a small project in Mathematica, like creating a multi-step program involving several functions. Students will publish Demonstrations of their work in the Wolfram Demonstrations Project.