Disorder and Disasters in High-Density Crowds

Disorder and Disasters in High-Density Crowds

While mass gatherings are usually safe, sometimes things can go unexpectedly and catastrophically wrong.

Brian Winkel of SIMIODE Writes About SIAM

Brian Winkel of SIMIODE Writes About SIAM

Brian Winkel, Director of SIMIODE, praises SIAM, SIAM News, Unwrapped and more. 

Lin Lin of UC Berkeley Receives...

Dr. Lin Lin of UC Berkeley was awarded the 2017 SIAG/CSE Early Career Prize, March 2, at the SIAM Conference on CS&E in Atlanta, Georgia.

SIAM Committee on Science Policy...

The historic election of Donald Trump as the 45th U.S. president will have significant implications for scientific...

Thomas J. R. Hughes Receives the SIAM/ACM Prize in CS&E

Thomas J. R. Hughes Receives the SIAM/ACM Prize in CS&E

Dr. Thomas J. R. Hughes of the University of Texas at Austin was awarded the 2017 SIAM/ACM Prize in CS&E.

Mathematics in Space

Mathematics in Space

Jim Case reviews Calculating the Cosmos: How Mathematics Unveils the Universe by Ian Stewart. 

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Tracing the Early History of MATLAB Through SIAM News

Tracing the Early History of MATLAB Through SIAM News

Nick Higham recently looking through some back issues of SIAM News and spotted a number of adverts for MATLAB from 1985-1991.

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A New Twisting Somersault

A New Twisting Somersault

Mathematical study of aerial motion has led to the discovery of “513XD,” a tricky new dive with five full twists.

Analyzing Multiple Time Scales...

The time scales over which fluids evolve have a critical effect on the physical systems in which they occur. 

In-Silico Medicine: Multiscale...

Computational models are a promising means for tackling many dynamical and rheological blood-related problems.