Physics-based Probing and Prediction of Extreme Events

Physics-based Probing and Prediction of Extreme Events

Extreme events are unexpected, transient phenomena with large magnitudes that take place over short time scales.

Math of Planet Earth at EGU 2018

Math of Planet Earth at EGU 2018

Hans Engler, Hans Kaper, Tasso Kaper, and Theodore Vo will present a dynamical systems approach to the Pleistocene climate. 

SIAM Unwrapped - February 2018

Deadline extensions, profile on a recent prize winner, free resources, and more!

Mathematical Problems in...

The 2018 Mathematical Problems in Industry Workshop will be held June 25-29 at Claremont Graduate University. 

The High-Performance Conjugate Gradients Benchmark

The High-Performance Conjugate Gradients Benchmark

The High-Performance Conjugate Gradients Benchmark complements the HPL Benchmark and is part of the TOP500 effort.

Dosage of Antibiotics: Should It Be the Same for Everyone?

Dosage of Antibiotics: Should It Be the Same for Everyone?

Various aspects of mathematical modeling and statistical analysis are used daily in health care and by the pharmaceutical industry.

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Joint "Day in Applied Mathematics" Event Held by Emory, PoliMi,...

Joint "Day in Applied Mathematics" Event Held by Emory, PoliMi,...

This past September, three SIAM student chapters met for a one-day international event titled “A Day in Applied Mathematics.”

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Never Heard of Methane Hydrate? That Might be Good News

Never Heard of Methane Hydrate? That Might be Good News

Methane hydrate is an ice-like crystalline substance (gas clathrate) made of water molecules encasing a molecule of methane.

Prize Spotlight: Ya-xiang Yuan

Ya-xiang Yuan of the Chinese Academy of Sciences was awarded the 2017 SIAM Prize for Distinguished Service to the Profession.

Seeing Through Rock: Mathematics...

In his talk at AN18, Bill Symes will discuss our knowledge of Earth's interior and how it is an inverse problem.