MISE Research Program

Do you want to work on cutting-edge research?…At MISE, we provide the resources and mentorship to get you started.

The MISE Research Program is a project-based science competition, designed to encourage high school mathematicians to conduct original research in computer science and engineering. The program features;

  • An intensive week-long seminar on computational problem solving
  • A summer research internship with leading scientists and engineers.
  • A research symposium and project fair

Dates: 16th July – 4th August, 2018

Venue: Lincoln Community School

Admission is very competitive. We welcome applications from students in 9th -11th grade or equivalent. APPLY NOW!

Recent program faculty have included prominent figures such as  the world-renowned mathematical physicist- Prof. Francis Allotey, Dr. Lorenzo Pellis of Oxford university, Dr. Franca Hoffmann of Cambridge University, Amy Zhang of MIT/Facebook, Dr. Outi Supponen of Imperial College, London, Leonardo Williams-Imperial College London, Olivia McLeod-Brown- Oxford University, Mike Nelson -Perimeter Institute Canada, Dr. Thomas Nketiah -Oxford University, Danny Parsons-Warwick and Samuel Amoako-Frimpong.

Visiting Guest speakers have included leading entreprenuers and innovators such as Sangu Delle CEO of Golden Palm Investments, Nii Shippi Quainoo CEO of TAGh and Eyram Tawiah CEO of Letti Games.

MISE 2017 was generously sponsored by Element AI, Facebook AI Research and Lincoln Community School.