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Logic High School Summer Camp




Logic Is Fundamental
High School Summer Camp


June 19 - June 30, 2017

Monday – Friday, 9am – 4pm

Gates Building, Stanford University


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Where you will master logic, a life skill you need to succeed:

    In the subjects you study
    In the professions and jobs you pursue
    In the decisions you make


Hermione Granger got it right when, facing the potion-master's test, she said:
 "
This isn't magic - it's logic - a puzzle.  A lot of the greatest wizards haven't got an ounce of logic; they'd be stuck here forever."
 Harry Potter and The Sorcerer's Stone 



WHY THIS LOGIC CAMP?


  • LOCATION: Stanford's campus, where we use its classrooms and draw on the resources of Silicon Valley and the Bay Area.

  • INSTRUCTORS:  A Stanford Computer Science professor and logician and an award-winning high school instructor jointly teach

  • ENGAGING CLASSES & FUN COURSE MATERIALS: You'll be challenged with a schedule rich in engaging lectures, team and individual exercises, projects, puzzles, special events, and guests. 

  • LIMITED ENROLLMENT: Since we're limiting registration to 24 students, you will benefit from individual attention.

PROGRAM

  • An introduction to logic from computational perspective with applications in mathematics, science, engineering, business, law, etc.
  • Jointly taught by Stanford professor Michael Genesereth and Citrus High School teacher Michael Towne
  • Industry practitioners as guest lecturers

SPONSORSHIP


ELIGIBILITY

  • Students in grades 9-12 in Fall of 2017
  • Knowledge of symbolic manipulation as taught in Algebra I
  • Comfortable with sets, relations, and functions

TO APPLY, CLICK HERE

  • Applications will be reviewed as they arrive, and spaces will be competitively filled on a first-come first-served basis
  • The tuition is $2,000
  • Scholarships are available

Josh Singh, a student from Summer Camp 2016, says
Logic is the study of everything, seeing how things work. From implication elimination to truth tables, we learned amazing things. Almost every day I use proofs that I learned at the camp, to explain basic concepts of life. In debate being able to use logic to help formulate the argument is a blessing. I had a great time at summer camp and I would gladly go back!"