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Wolfram Mathematica Software

About the program ...

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Mathematica program from Wolfram Research, Inc. is a comprehensive environment for the implementation of mathematical calculations, technical document composition and application development.

Mathematica's features include symbolic calculations, high-speed numerical calculations, arbitrary calculation accuracy, convenient user interface, multi-platform capability, parallel computing, rich 2D and 3D visualization capabilities, and the Wolfram Language programming language.

A description of the program can be found on the producer's website at


License terms and conditions

The license purchased by the Jagiellonian University is a network license that allows 10 simultaneous runs of the program by Jagiellonian University employees. Computers that connect to the license server must be located at the University and must be connected to the UJ computer network.

The current license is valid until 31/12/2024.

The license is an educational license, i.e. it allows use for teaching and research purposes, citation of the license number in publications created within the University, and for other uses resulting from the University's statutory activities. The educational license may not be used for commercial purposes.

The Faculty of Physics, Astronomy and Applied Informatics and the Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics have a separate Mathematica Unlimited Site license that can be used by both staff, doctoral students and students of these faculties for installation on computers at the university and on private computers. For these licenses, please contact departmental administrators: at WFAiIS - Olaf Lachman, MA; at WMiI - Jan Podoski, MA.

System requirements

Minimum hardware requirements:

  • Intel Pentium Dual-Core processor or equivalent,
  • hard drive: 17 GB free space,
  • RAM: 4 GB,
  • Internet access (required for access to Wolfram Knowledgebase resources),
  • OpenCL or CUDA-compatible graphics card (used for graphics calculations).


Operating System:

  • Microsoft Windows (32-bit, 64-bit): Windows 11, Windows 10 version 1809 or later,
  • Microsoft Windows Server (64-bit): 2019 Desktop Experience,
  • Apple (Intel, Apple Silicon): macOS 13 (Ventura), macOS 12 (Monterey), macOS 11.0 (Big Sur),
  • Linux (32-bit, 64-bit): Ubuntu 20.04, 22.04, 23.04; CentOS 7; RHEL 7, 8, 9; AlmaLinux 8, 9; Debian 10-12; Fedora 37, 38; openSUSE Leap 15.4, 15.5; SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12, 15

Mathematica 13 has been fully tested on all the above-mentioned Linux distributions. Additional libraries may need to be installed on newer distributions. It is highly likely that Mathematica software will also run on other Linux distributions based on kernel version 3.15 or later and glibc 2.17 or later.

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