In this column, Mark Levi describes an alternative (to the standard) way of finding the parabola of safety.
The SIAM Annual Meeting featured diverse and interesting lectures in a multitude of parallel sessions.
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AN17 featured a variety of sessions that specifically addressed issues of diversity in applied mathematics.
Olivier Pironneau overviews the features and capabilities of FreeFem++, which uses the finite element method.
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Understanding the macroscopic behavior of a large system with many interacting dynamical parts is of broad interest.
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An increasing global reliance on—and demand for—heightened security in public and private settings calls for optimal sensor technology.
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Upon graduation, recent applied mathematics Ph.D.s are confronted with a momentous choice: academia or industry?