A theoretical mechanical model studies the inverse problem of source identification to localize a prey in a spider orb-web.
We are pleased to announce SIAM’s new President-Elect, Vice President-at-Large, Secretary, Board of Trustees members, and Council.
SIAM is pleased to welcome Dr. Ken Boyden as the first-ever Director of Development and Corporate Relations!
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Sharmila Venugopal examines the type of cognition that is built into neurons for signal detection and noise modulation.
Medical practitioners use drug-eluting coatings that disperse therapeutic agents into the polymeric surface of metallic implants.
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The International Day of Mathematics will be a worldwide celebration each year on March 14th with activities for both students and the general public.
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Mark Levi explains Richard Feynman’s observation of a wobbling plate that earned him the Nobel Prize.
Elizabeth Greenspan, executive editor of SIAM Books, discusses the various steps of the book-publishing process.
The Heidelberg Student Chapter of SIAM recently organized a field trip to the headquarters of Lufthansa Systems.