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The MISE Research Program is designed to introduce intellectually curious high school mathematicians to cutting-edge research projects in computational and applied mathematics.
How it works:
  1. Students qualify for the program through a competitive national problem-solving tournament.
  2. Selected students work alongside leading scientists and engineers to find solutions to real-world problems using algorithms, machine learning and other data-driven tools.
  3. A symposium at the end of the program decides the finalists for ISEF/Expo for young Scientists.

Each year MISE selects a group of high school scholars with extraordinary mathematical talent and provides them with an unparalleled opportunity to apply their abilities to create solutions to real-world problems.

Guided by world-renowned experts, Scholars complete a research project and present their findings in both written and oral reports.
 
Outstanding performance in the program qualifies for the opportunity to showcase research at the prestigious International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF).
Areas of Research
  1. Computational Biology and Bioinformatics.
  2. Robotics and Intelligence Systems.

Who Can Apply?

Admission is highly selective. We are looking for highly motivated students in 10th grade with excellent academic background.

To apply, fill out the online application form here

 

Who Can Apply?

Admission is highly selective.

We are looking for highly motivated students in 10th grade with excellent academic background.

To apply, fill out the online application form here