About

Mathematica is a symbolic mathematical computation program, sometimes called a computer algebra program, used in many scientific, engineering, mathematical, and computing fields.

It was conceived by Stephen Wolfram and is developed by Wolfram Research of Champaign, Illinois.  The Wolfram Language is the programming language used in Mathematica.

 

Windows version : Current

Support Level : None

How do I get it?

Staff :

I want to use Mathematica in my research, what options are available to me?

The University participates in a 3 year agreement that gives significant discounts on the standard academic pricing.
Our current agreement is due to run until Nov 23rd 2022 and if you decide to participate you agree to pay a recurring annual license fee up until this date.
Prices currently start at around £222 per annum for a single machine license with one home-use license included.

 

If you require further information on this software or would like to purchase a license by joining the existing 3-year agreement , please contact help@strath.ac.uk

 

Student :

I’m a student on a taught course, how do I get it and what does it cost?

At time of writing, pricing starts at £66 per year and can be purchased through the Wolfram on-line store.

Licence Agreement / Costs

Type : Single license

End Date : Renewed annually

Usage :

By staff  and students either on or off campus and with a personal or University owned computer system.

Personal Licence : Not applicable

Help

If you require further information on this software or would like to purchase a license by joining the existing 3-year agreement , please contact help@strath.ac.uk


 

Training

 

 

Who is it for?

Staff :

Available to purchase for use on an University owned or personal PC/Laptop


Student :

Available to purchase for use on an University owned or personal PC/Laptop

System Requirements

Minimum System Requirements

Windows 10

Processor: x86-64 compatible CPU

Disk Space: 19 GB

System Memory (RAM): 4 GB+ recommended