Mathematica is a computational software program used in many scientific, engineering, mathematical and computing fields.
Obtaining Mathematica Licenses
If you will use Mathematica for instruction, research, or job duties in the Physics Department please request your license by submitting the 2023-2024 Mathematica License Request Form for Physics.
All Students using Mathematica for course work please request your license by submitting the 2023-2024 Mathematica License Request Form for UC Berkeley
All Other Departments
All other Faculty, Staff, and Students please use the 2023-24 Mathematica License Request Form for UC Berkeley. Note: To create additional keys, use the "Generate another activation key >>" link in the Wolfram User Portal. For help with large orders e-mail email@example.com.
Wolfram Alpha is a Wolfram website that gives access to "broad computational resources, including powerful servers running complex algorithms." To request a subscription to Alpha Pro, submit theWolfram Alpha Pro Request(link is external)
Mathematica is available at no direct cost, except for those within the Physics Department.