By Tim Kelley and Evelyn Sander
Articles should be short (about 15-20 pages in published form). Articles of this length can have a broader scope than feasible for research announcements, while being accessible to readers outside the field without major time commitments on their part.
Articles should not be excessively technical but should provide enough background that readers can understand them without exploring outside sources. Statements should be accurate and precise and, if needed, can reference details elsewhere.
Contacting the section editor is always a good idea before writing a SIREV article. All the section editors welcome the opportunity to help prospective authors.
Tim Kelley is editor-in-chief of SIAM Review and chairs the SIAM Board of Trustees. He is the Drexel Professor of Mathematics at North Carolina State University. Evelyn Sander (email@example.com) is the "Research Spotlights" section editor and a professor of mathematics at George Mason University.