Mathematica

    
Published by Wolfram

Mathematica is the world's most powerful global computing environment. Ideal for use in engineering, mathematics, finance, physics, chemistry, biology, and a wide range of other fields, it makes possible a new level of automation in algorithmic computation, interactive manipulation, and dynamic presentation--as well as a whole new way of interacting with the world of data. 

Platforms: Windows, Mac, Linux
Eligibility: Faculty, Staff, Students

Get Started Links

  • Mathematica is currently installed in labs across campus. Check with the OIT Help Desk for details.
  • Mathematica can also be installed on any computer; please choose the appropriate link below to access the Wolfram User Portal and get the software or activation key from the publisher.
  1. Students' personally-owned machines
    Choose the option to create an account and use your official UAH email address. You will be prompted to verify your identity by validating your Wolfram ID. An email will be sent to your UAH email address. You must click the link in the email before you are presented with the activation key. When you click the link, you will be directed to the Wolfram User Portal and can access the My Products and Services tab. From there, you can click on the Get Downloads tab and note the activation key and click the Downloads button for the appropriate platform.
  2. Faculty/staff school-owned machines 
    Choose the option to create an account and use your official UAH email address. You will be prompted to verify your identity by validating your Wolfram ID. An email will be sent to your UAH email address. You must click the link in the email before you are presented with the activation key. When you click the link, you will be directed to the Wolfram User Portal and can access the My Products and Services tab. From there, you can click on the Get Downloads tab and note the activation key and click the Downloads button for the appropriate platform.
  3. Faculty/staff personally-owned machines

If you are interested in putting Mathematica elsewhere (such as in labs or in HPC applications) please let the OIT Help Desk or Troy Schaudt know. 

There's also a knowledge base available for quick reference.