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The Mathematics of Electing a President

The Mathematics of Electing a President

Five times in U.S. history, and twice since 2000, the elected United States president did not receive a majority in the popular vote.
Applied Mathematics and Political Crises

Applied Mathematics and Political Crises

Richard Burkhart reviews Peter Turchin’s Ages of Discord: A Structural-Demographic Analysis of American History.

Meet SIAM’s Newest Leadership:...

Following SIAM’s recent elections, we are pleased to announce our new Board and Council Members.

Heidelberg SIAM Student Chapter...

Field trips to industry companies are one of the most important activities carried out by the University of...

Bridging Continuum and Molecular Models in a Beating Heart Simulation

Bridging Continuum and Molecular Models in a Beating Heart Simulation

Modeling molecular behaviors is necessary in simulations of a beating heart to reproduce muscle contractions.

Geometric Design: Visualization and Representation

Geometric Design: Visualization and Representation

Geometric design is based mainly on geometry, applied mathematics, and computer science.

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New Report on Research and Education in Computational Science and...

New Report on Research and Education in Computational Science and...

A new report, titled Research and Education in Computational Science and Engineering, analyzes the current status of CSE.

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Preparing Graduates for Careers in the Mathematical Sciences

Preparing Graduates for Careers in the Mathematical Sciences

The 2016 EDT projects foster collaboration between academia and business, industry, government, or non-profits.

The Mathematics of Coffee...

Composed of over 1,800 chemical components, coffee is one of the most widely-consumed drinks in the world.

From Archimedes and Euclid to...

In his latest "Mathematical Curiosities" column, Mark Levi references an analogy between the Archimedian lever...