The ninth annual NKS Summer School begins in just a few months, and we'd like to invite you to apply. The three-week, tuition-free program--June 27 through July 15 in Boston, Massachusetts--is a unique opportunity to get involved with original research at the frontiers 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 nine years, they have included graduate students, undergraduates, professors, industry professionals, artists, and even a few exceptional high-school students.
If accepted to the Summer School, 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 foundation of your thesis. You may also be eligible for college course credit.
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.
Apply online at:
http://www.wolframscience.com/summersch ... cation.cgi