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Mathematica

General Information

Mathematica is a computational software program used in many scientific, engineering, mathematical and computing fields, based on symbolic mathematics. Mathematica includes collections of curated data provided for use in computations. Mathematica is also integrated with Wolfram Alpha, an online service which provides additional data, some of which is kept updated in real time. Some of the data sets include astronomical, chemical, geopolitical, language, biomedical and weather data, in addition to mathematical data (such as knots and polyhedra). 

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To see if this software is available to you based on your affiliation with the University, change the selections below. Both fields are required.

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Cost

License Level Yearly Cost
Individual install license $240
Department-wide install license $3600
Collegiate-wide install license $24000

If you or your department has purchased a 1 year license fill out & submit this Wolfram form to request a Home-Use Mathematica License.  You will be prompted for a site activation key.  There is a link on the form that will tell you how to find that information. 

General Technology Products Terms & Conditions apply to this software license.

If additional terms and conditions apply to this item, they will be listed below.

Campus Resources

Other Resources

Updating Your MathPass File

When Mathematica is about to expire, you are prompted to enter a new password.

  1. Choose the option to enter a new password. This will open up the Personalize Mathematica screen. You should see that Single Machine is selected, and that Name, and Organization are filled in, if not please enter the correct information.
  2. Enter the license number Ldddd-dddd and click continue (d = digit 0-9, if you do not have your license no. send an e-mail to software@umn.edu, with your license # and they can provide that to you.
  3. Once you click continue, you should see your 14 digit MathID. Next to the MathID is a WEB button. Please click on this button.
  4. This will take you to the Wolfram Research Product Registration site. You will need your 14 digit MathID to complete the registration. Once you finish the registration your password will be emailed to OIT Software License, and we will forward it to you.

Updates

Wolfram has released a new product called Wolfram Lightweight Grid Manager, and our department and student license holders are entitled to it. It makes it easy for users to find and run Mathematica computation kernels on remote hardware, lending more CPU power to parallel Mathematica tasks and allowing ad hoc grids from idle machines to power Mathematica calculations.

For more information or to watch a screencast, see the Wolfram Lightweight Grid Manager page on the Wolfram site.

  • If you or your department has purchased a 1 year license with UMN funds fill out & submit this Wolfram form to request a Home-Use Mathematica License.  On the application, you will be prompted for a site activation key.  There is a link on the form that will tell you how to find that information using Mathematica installed on a UMN owned computer.

  • If you do not have a license through your department and you want to purchase one with personal funds, please go to the Wolram website.  From this site you can download a trial.  From this site you can find pricing & purchase information. 

  • If you do not have a license through your department and you want to purchase one with UMN funds, in the drop down options, instead of 'Faculty/staff personally-owned device' choose 'University-owned device', you will find our pricing and link to the order form. 

General Technology Products Terms & Conditions apply to this software license.

If additional terms and conditions apply to this item, they will be listed below.

Campus Resources

Other Resources

Updating Your MathPass File

When Mathematica is about to expire, you are prompted to enter a new password.

  1. Choose the option to enter a new password. This will open up the Personalize Mathematica screen. You should see that Single Machine is selected, and that Name, and Organization are filled in, if not please enter the correct information.
  2. Enter the license number Ldddd-dddd and click continue (d = digit 0-9, if you do not have your license no. send an e-mail to software@umn.edu, with your license # and they can provide that to you.
  3. Once you click continue, you should see your 14 digit MathID. Next to the MathID is a WEB button. Please click on this button.
  4. This will take you to the Wolfram Research Product Registration site. You will need your 14 digit MathID to complete the registration. Once you finish the registration your password will be emailed to OIT Software License, and we will forward it to you.

Updates

Wolfram has released a new product called Wolfram Lightweight Grid Manager, and our department and student license holders are entitled to it. It makes it easy for users to find and run Mathematica computation kernels on remote hardware, lending more CPU power to parallel Mathematica tasks and allowing ad hoc grids from idle machines to power Mathematica calculations.

For more information or to watch a screencast, see the Wolfram Lightweight Grid Manager page on the Wolfram site.


Cost

License Level Yearly Cost
Individual install license $240
Department-wide install license $3600
Collegiate-wide install license $24000

If you or your department has purchased a 1 year license fill out & submit this Wolfram form to request a Home-Use Mathematica License.  You will be prompted for a site activation key.  There is a link on the form that will tell you how to find that information. 

General Technology Products Terms & Conditions apply to this software license.

If additional terms and conditions apply to this item, they will be listed below.

Campus Resources

Other Resources

Updating Your MathPass File

When Mathematica is about to expire, you are prompted to enter a new password.

  1. Choose the option to enter a new password. This will open up the Personalize Mathematica screen. You should see that Single Machine is selected, and that Name, and Organization are filled in, if not please enter the correct information.
  2. Enter the license number Ldddd-dddd and click continue (d = digit 0-9, if you do not have your license no. send an e-mail to software@umn.edu, with your license # and they can provide that to you.
  3. Once you click continue, you should see your 14 digit MathID. Next to the MathID is a WEB button. Please click on this button.
  4. This will take you to the Wolfram Research Product Registration site. You will need your 14 digit MathID to complete the registration. Once you finish the registration your password will be emailed to OIT Software License, and we will forward it to you.

Updates

Wolfram has released a new product called Wolfram Lightweight Grid Manager, and our department and student license holders are entitled to it. It makes it easy for users to find and run Mathematica computation kernels on remote hardware, lending more CPU power to parallel Mathematica tasks and allowing ad hoc grids from idle machines to power Mathematica calculations.

For more information or to watch a screencast, see the Wolfram Lightweight Grid Manager page on the Wolfram site.

  • If you or your department has purchased a 1 year license with UMN funds fill out & submit this Wolfram form to request a Home-Use Mathematica License.  On the application, you will be prompted for a site activation key.  There is a link on the form that will tell you how to find that information using Mathematica installed on a UMN owned computer.

  • If you do not have a license through your department and you want to purchase one with personal funds, please go to the Wolram website.  From this site you can download a trial.  From this site you can find pricing & purchase information. 

  • If you do not have a license through your department and you want to purchase one with UMN funds, in the drop down options, instead of 'Faculty/staff personally-owned device' choose 'University-owned device', you will find our pricing and link to the order form. 

General Technology Products Terms & Conditions apply to this software license.

If additional terms and conditions apply to this item, they will be listed below.

Campus Resources

Other Resources

Updating Your MathPass File

When Mathematica is about to expire, you are prompted to enter a new password.

  1. Choose the option to enter a new password. This will open up the Personalize Mathematica screen. You should see that Single Machine is selected, and that Name, and Organization are filled in, if not please enter the correct information.
  2. Enter the license number Ldddd-dddd and click continue (d = digit 0-9, if you do not have your license no. send an e-mail to software@umn.edu, with your license # and they can provide that to you.
  3. Once you click continue, you should see your 14 digit MathID. Next to the MathID is a WEB button. Please click on this button.
  4. This will take you to the Wolfram Research Product Registration site. You will need your 14 digit MathID to complete the registration. Once you finish the registration your password will be emailed to OIT Software License, and we will forward it to you.

Updates

Wolfram has released a new product called Wolfram Lightweight Grid Manager, and our department and student license holders are entitled to it. It makes it easy for users to find and run Mathematica computation kernels on remote hardware, lending more CPU power to parallel Mathematica tasks and allowing ad hoc grids from idle machines to power Mathematica calculations.

For more information or to watch a screencast, see the Wolfram Lightweight Grid Manager page on the Wolfram site.


Cost

License Level Yearly Cost
Individual install license $240
Department-wide install license $3600
Collegiate-wide install license $24000

If you or your department has purchased a 1 year license fill out & submit this Wolfram form to request a Home-Use Mathematica License.  You will be prompted for a site activation key.  There is a link on the form that will tell you how to find that information. 

General Technology Products Terms & Conditions apply to this software license.

If additional terms and conditions apply to this item, they will be listed below.

Campus Resources

Other Resources

Updating Your MathPass File

When Mathematica is about to expire, you are prompted to enter a new password.

  1. Choose the option to enter a new password. This will open up the Personalize Mathematica screen. You should see that Single Machine is selected, and that Name, and Organization are filled in, if not please enter the correct information.
  2. Enter the license number Ldddd-dddd and click continue (d = digit 0-9, if you do not have your license no. send an e-mail to software@umn.edu, with your license # and they can provide that to you.
  3. Once you click continue, you should see your 14 digit MathID. Next to the MathID is a WEB button. Please click on this button.
  4. This will take you to the Wolfram Research Product Registration site. You will need your 14 digit MathID to complete the registration. Once you finish the registration your password will be emailed to OIT Software License, and we will forward it to you.

Updates

Wolfram has released a new product called Wolfram Lightweight Grid Manager, and our department and student license holders are entitled to it. It makes it easy for users to find and run Mathematica computation kernels on remote hardware, lending more CPU power to parallel Mathematica tasks and allowing ad hoc grids from idle machines to power Mathematica calculations.

For more information or to watch a screencast, see the Wolfram Lightweight Grid Manager page on the Wolfram site.

  • If you or your department has purchased a 1 year license with UMN funds fill out & submit this Wolfram form to request a Home-Use Mathematica License.  On the application, you will be prompted for a site activation key.  There is a link on the form that will tell you how to find that information using Mathematica installed on a UMN owned computer.

  • If you do not have a license through your department and you want to purchase one with personal funds, please go to the Wolram website.  From this site you can download a trial.  From this site you can find pricing & purchase information. 

  • If you do not have a license through your department and you want to purchase one with UMN funds, in the drop down options, instead of 'Faculty/staff personally-owned device' choose 'University-owned device', you will find our pricing and link to the order form. 

General Technology Products Terms & Conditions apply to this software license.

If additional terms and conditions apply to this item, they will be listed below.

Campus Resources

Other Resources

Updating Your MathPass File

When Mathematica is about to expire, you are prompted to enter a new password.

  1. Choose the option to enter a new password. This will open up the Personalize Mathematica screen. You should see that Single Machine is selected, and that Name, and Organization are filled in, if not please enter the correct information.
  2. Enter the license number Ldddd-dddd and click continue (d = digit 0-9, if you do not have your license no. send an e-mail to software@umn.edu, with your license # and they can provide that to you.
  3. Once you click continue, you should see your 14 digit MathID. Next to the MathID is a WEB button. Please click on this button.
  4. This will take you to the Wolfram Research Product Registration site. You will need your 14 digit MathID to complete the registration. Once you finish the registration your password will be emailed to OIT Software License, and we will forward it to you.

Updates

Wolfram has released a new product called Wolfram Lightweight Grid Manager, and our department and student license holders are entitled to it. It makes it easy for users to find and run Mathematica computation kernels on remote hardware, lending more CPU power to parallel Mathematica tasks and allowing ad hoc grids from idle machines to power Mathematica calculations.

For more information or to watch a screencast, see the Wolfram Lightweight Grid Manager page on the Wolfram site.


Cost

License Level Yearly Cost
Individual install license $240
Department-wide install license $3600
Collegiate-wide install license $24000

If you or your department has purchased a 1 year license fill out & submit this Wolfram form to request a Home-Use Mathematica License.  You will be prompted for a site activation key.  There is a link on the form that will tell you how to find that information. 

General Technology Products Terms & Conditions apply to this software license.

If additional terms and conditions apply to this item, they will be listed below.

Campus Resources

Other Resources

Updating Your MathPass File

When Mathematica is about to expire, you are prompted to enter a new password.

  1. Choose the option to enter a new password. This will open up the Personalize Mathematica screen. You should see that Single Machine is selected, and that Name, and Organization are filled in, if not please enter the correct information.
  2. Enter the license number Ldddd-dddd and click continue (d = digit 0-9, if you do not have your license no. send an e-mail to software@umn.edu, with your license # and they can provide that to you.
  3. Once you click continue, you should see your 14 digit MathID. Next to the MathID is a WEB button. Please click on this button.
  4. This will take you to the Wolfram Research Product Registration site. You will need your 14 digit MathID to complete the registration. Once you finish the registration your password will be emailed to OIT Software License, and we will forward it to you.

Updates

Wolfram has released a new product called Wolfram Lightweight Grid Manager, and our department and student license holders are entitled to it. It makes it easy for users to find and run Mathematica computation kernels on remote hardware, lending more CPU power to parallel Mathematica tasks and allowing ad hoc grids from idle machines to power Mathematica calculations.

For more information or to watch a screencast, see the Wolfram Lightweight Grid Manager page on the Wolfram site.

  • If you or your department has purchased a 1 year license with UMN funds fill out & submit this Wolfram form to request a Home-Use Mathematica License.  On the application, you will be prompted for a site activation key.  There is a link on the form that will tell you how to find that information using Mathematica installed on a UMN owned computer.

  • If you do not have a license through your department and you want to purchase one with personal funds, please go to the Wolram website.  From this site you can download a trial.  From this site you can find pricing & purchase information. 

  • If you do not have a license through your department and you want to purchase one with UMN funds, in the drop down options, instead of 'Faculty/staff personally-owned device' choose 'University-owned device', you will find our pricing and link to the order form. 

General Technology Products Terms & Conditions apply to this software license.

If additional terms and conditions apply to this item, they will be listed below.

Campus Resources

Other Resources

Updating Your MathPass File

When Mathematica is about to expire, you are prompted to enter a new password.

  1. Choose the option to enter a new password. This will open up the Personalize Mathematica screen. You should see that Single Machine is selected, and that Name, and Organization are filled in, if not please enter the correct information.
  2. Enter the license number Ldddd-dddd and click continue (d = digit 0-9, if you do not have your license no. send an e-mail to software@umn.edu, with your license # and they can provide that to you.
  3. Once you click continue, you should see your 14 digit MathID. Next to the MathID is a WEB button. Please click on this button.
  4. This will take you to the Wolfram Research Product Registration site. You will need your 14 digit MathID to complete the registration. Once you finish the registration your password will be emailed to OIT Software License, and we will forward it to you.

Updates

Wolfram has released a new product called Wolfram Lightweight Grid Manager, and our department and student license holders are entitled to it. It makes it easy for users to find and run Mathematica computation kernels on remote hardware, lending more CPU power to parallel Mathematica tasks and allowing ad hoc grids from idle machines to power Mathematica calculations.

For more information or to watch a screencast, see the Wolfram Lightweight Grid Manager page on the Wolfram site.


Cost

License Level Yearly Cost
Individual install license $240
Department-wide install license $3600
Collegiate-wide install license $24000

If you or your department has purchased a 1 year license fill out & submit this Wolfram form to request a Home-Use Mathematica License.  You will be prompted for a site activation key.  There is a link on the form that will tell you how to find that information. 

General Technology Products Terms & Conditions apply to this software license.

If additional terms and conditions apply to this item, they will be listed below.

Campus Resources

Other Resources

Updating Your MathPass File

When Mathematica is about to expire, you are prompted to enter a new password.

  1. Choose the option to enter a new password. This will open up the Personalize Mathematica screen. You should see that Single Machine is selected, and that Name, and Organization are filled in, if not please enter the correct information.
  2. Enter the license number Ldddd-dddd and click continue (d = digit 0-9, if you do not have your license no. send an e-mail to software@umn.edu, with your license # and they can provide that to you.
  3. Once you click continue, you should see your 14 digit MathID. Next to the MathID is a WEB button. Please click on this button.
  4. This will take you to the Wolfram Research Product Registration site. You will need your 14 digit MathID to complete the registration. Once you finish the registration your password will be emailed to OIT Software License, and we will forward it to you.

Updates

Wolfram has released a new product called Wolfram Lightweight Grid Manager, and our department and student license holders are entitled to it. It makes it easy for users to find and run Mathematica computation kernels on remote hardware, lending more CPU power to parallel Mathematica tasks and allowing ad hoc grids from idle machines to power Mathematica calculations.

For more information or to watch a screencast, see the Wolfram Lightweight Grid Manager page on the Wolfram site.

  • If you or your department has purchased a 1 year license with UMN funds fill out & submit this Wolfram form to request a Home-Use Mathematica License.  On the application, you will be prompted for a site activation key.  There is a link on the form that will tell you how to find that information using Mathematica installed on a UMN owned computer.

  • If you do not have a license through your department and you want to purchase one with personal funds, please go to the Wolram website.  From this site you can download a trial.  From this site you can find pricing & purchase information. 

  • If you do not have a license through your department and you want to purchase one with UMN funds, in the drop down options, instead of 'Faculty/staff personally-owned device' choose 'University-owned device', you will find our pricing and link to the order form. 

General Technology Products Terms & Conditions apply to this software license.

If additional terms and conditions apply to this item, they will be listed below.

Campus Resources

Other Resources

Updating Your MathPass File

When Mathematica is about to expire, you are prompted to enter a new password.

  1. Choose the option to enter a new password. This will open up the Personalize Mathematica screen. You should see that Single Machine is selected, and that Name, and Organization are filled in, if not please enter the correct information.
  2. Enter the license number Ldddd-dddd and click continue (d = digit 0-9, if you do not have your license no. send an e-mail to software@umn.edu, with your license # and they can provide that to you.
  3. Once you click continue, you should see your 14 digit MathID. Next to the MathID is a WEB button. Please click on this button.
  4. This will take you to the Wolfram Research Product Registration site. You will need your 14 digit MathID to complete the registration. Once you finish the registration your password will be emailed to OIT Software License, and we will forward it to you.

Updates

Wolfram has released a new product called Wolfram Lightweight Grid Manager, and our department and student license holders are entitled to it. It makes it easy for users to find and run Mathematica computation kernels on remote hardware, lending more CPU power to parallel Mathematica tasks and allowing ad hoc grids from idle machines to power Mathematica calculations.

For more information or to watch a screencast, see the Wolfram Lightweight Grid Manager page on the Wolfram site.

Purchases

Students enrolled in the Twin Cities campus from the Institute of Technology (IT) and the College of Food, Agricultural and Natural Resource Sciences (CFANS) can download and use Mathematica through their departments:

Students are encouraged to Join the Wolfram Student Ambassador Program, details here.  The Wolfram Student Ambassador Program allows exemplary students the opportunity to further their tech career by acting as the face of Wolfram at their universities (plus earn some great swag, opportunities, and prizes).

General Technology Products Terms & Conditions apply to this software license.

If additional terms and conditions apply to this item, they will be listed below.

Campus Resources

Other Resources

Updating Your MathPass File

When Mathematica is about to expire, you are prompted to enter a new password.

  1. Choose the option to enter a new password. This will open up the Personalize Mathematica screen. You should see that Single Machine is selected, and that Name, and Organization are filled in, if not please enter the correct information.
  2. Enter the license number Ldddd-dddd and click continue (d = digit 0-9, if you do not have your license no. send an e-mail to software@umn.edu, with your license # and they can provide that to you.
  3. Once you click continue, you should see your 14 digit MathID. Next to the MathID is a WEB button. Please click on this button.
  4. This will take you to the Wolfram Research Product Registration site. You will need your 14 digit MathID to complete the registration. Once you finish the registration your password will be emailed to OIT Software License, and we will forward it to you.

Updates

Wolfram has released a new product called Wolfram Lightweight Grid Manager, and our department and student license holders are entitled to it. It makes it easy for users to find and run Mathematica computation kernels on remote hardware, lending more CPU power to parallel Mathematica tasks and allowing ad hoc grids from idle machines to power Mathematica calculations.

For more information or to watch a screencast, see the Wolfram Lightweight Grid Manager page on the Wolfram site.