A Unique Educational & Career Opportunity with Stephen Wolfram

A unique opportunity to do original research at the frontiers of science, the Wolfram Science Summer School teaches about 50 students from a diverse range of scientific backgrounds how to use Stephen Wolfram's A New Kind of Science and the Wolfram Language to implement projects in their fields of interest. Most of these students are advanced undergraduates and early graduate students, but those in different circumstances are considered. We are looking for students who want to enhance their careers with Wolfram Science and the Wolfram Language. Read more »

Class of 2006

Christopher Haydock

Bio [2006]

Christopher Haydock earned a PhD in physics studying the molecular and cellular effects of nuclear radiation, and created computer simulations of biomolecules at the Mayo Clinic. In 2003 he started his own business to facilitate bioscience entrepreneurs. He has led kayaking trips in the Lower Granite Gorge of the Grand Canyon.

Project Title

Enumeration Space


Favorite Four-Color, Radius-1/2 Rule

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