Training in Wolfram Programming Language - Mathematica

Virtual Training

LoG provides intensive and advanced Mathematica training to students who currently do not have ease of access to such education. Students gain skills in the most advanced programming language –Mathematica

Training is conducted virtually through Skype and other online methods. Through structured blocks of three-hour virtual sessions for five days per week, for the period of nine months, students acquire the basic skills. Training sessions are supplemented with practice and homeworks that support the learning process.

Training is delivered to any geographic location, regardless of existing infrastructure. The training plan/program is customized and tailored to the specific abilities of each student.

Collaboration with Professors

Usually by the end of the first year of training, students can write simple codes, test and, over time, develop their own Modules. Throughout the training process students engage with Professors, as they work collaboratively and with structured guidance, to build creative Educational Modules.

Within 18 months from commencement, students work independently to build Modules with Professors and take a leadership role in specific facets of Module Development. The goal is to provide students with a highly sought-after skill-set that they can market virtually, regardless of geography. Students acquire a professional skill-set that permits them to work from any geographic location.

Flexible Work System

Working from their own home and working on their own time – through virtual marketplaces – they can make their skills available to a range of businesses and also to academia. LoG itself will purchase their expertise for its own growing number of projects. Wolfram Research, through its relationship with LoG has agreed in principle to offer projects to students trained by LoG.

Improvement in Skills Acquired

This approach builds strengths in areas of independence,self-reliance and economic success. Through our programs, students learn programming skills and most importantly they learn how to work interdependently with Professors and other leaders. At the same time, they learn to take ownership of their work and work interactively and collaboratively with Professors. We have noted that their confidence, competence and creativity develop as they are given more breadth and responsibility


Once LoG assesses that students have achieved a basic level of skill and demonstrated work ethic, commitment and competence, they begin to earn income from LoG. Income increases gradually as students assume more responsibility.