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2007 NKS Summer School

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  • Subject: [mg75100] 2007 NKS Summer School
  • From: Wolfram Research <newsdesk at>
  • Date: Mon, 16 Apr 2007 20:22:43 -0400 (EDT)

The fifth annual NKS Summer School begins in just a couple 
months, and we'll be accepting applications through April 23. The 
three-week, tuition-free program--June 25 to July 13 at the 
University of Vermont--is a unique opportunity to get involved 
with original research at the frontiers of science using 
Mathematica and Stephen Wolfram's A New Kind of Science.

We are looking for highly motivated individuals who want to 
advance their careers in an NKS direction. Our participants come 
from many diverse backgrounds, but share a common passion to 
discover and explore cutting-edge ideas. Over the past four 
years, they have included graduate students, undergraduates, 
professors, industry professional, artists, and even a few 
exceptional high-school students.

If accepted, you will work directly with others in the NKS 
community--including Stephen Wolfram and a staff of instructors 
who have made significant contributions to NKS--on your own 
original project that could develop into published papers or the 
foundations for your thesis. You may also be eligible for college 
course credit through the University of Vermont.

Take a look at the lecture notes from previous years to get a 
sense of what topics will be covered:

If you're serious about getting involved with similarly 
innovative ideas at the core of NKS, you should consider applying 
as soon as possible. Only a few more spots remain.

Apply online at:


Todd Rowland, Ph.D.
NKS Summer School Academic Director

Catherine Boucher, Ph.D.
NKS Summer School Program Director

P.S. The NKS 2007 Wolfram Science Conference 
( begins immediately after 
the NKS Summer School, July 13-15 at the University of Vermont. 
All Summer School attendees will receive complimentary passes and 
may even have an opportunity to showcase some of their work.

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