Mathematica (Wolfram)

Mathematica is supported on macOS 11 (Big Sur) on Intel, and they are testing the new Apple Silicon hardware, https://support.wolfram.com/51740.


Mathematica is a computational software program based on symbolic mathematics that is used in scientific, engineering, mathematical, and computing fields. 

  • Mathematica includes collections of curated data provided for use in computations.
  • It is 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.
Purchase or Download

Purchase or Download

UMN Licenses

Availability Cost
Department For installation on a University-owned device $120–24,000 Paid for with departmental funds
Employee For installation on an employee's personal device Available if your department has purchased a license
Student For installation on a student's personal device University-funded: No charge for students in CSE and CFANS

Instructions for Departments

Mathematica full (annual) and prorated (six-month) licenses are available for single users, campuses other than the Twin Cities, and department- or college-wide use.

  1. Order licenses on the UMN Kivuto Store site.
  2. If you do not have a license through your department and you want to purchase one with UMN funds, select University-owned device when you check out on the site. 
  3. If you or your department has purchased a one-year license, you can request a home-use license. You will be prompted to enter a site activation key; select the link on the form to find that information.

Instructions for Employees

If you do not have a license through your department and you want to purchase one with personal funds, download a trial version or purchase a license from Wolfram.

Instructions for Students

Students enrolled in the College of Science & Engineering (CSE) or the College of Food, Agricultural and Natural Resource Sciences (CFANS) can download and use Mathematica through their department licenses:

Students are encouraged to Join the Wolfram Student Ambassador Program. The program enables exemplary students to act as the face of Wolfram at their universities (plus earn some great swag, opportunities, and prizes).

 

Terms and Conditions

General Technology Products Terms & Conditions apply to this software license. If additional terms and conditions apply to this item, they will be listed below.

Restrictions

See the Wolfram Mathematica License Agreement.

Resources

Wolfram Learning Resources

More Wolfram Tools

Campus Resources