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Data-driven Discovery of Governing Physical Laws

Data-driven Discovery of Governing Physical Laws

Ordinary and partial differential equations are widely used throughout the engineering, physical, and biological sciences. 

Advantage of Diversity: Consensus Because of (not Despite) Differences

Advantage of Diversity: Consensus Because of (not Despite) Differences

Takashi Nishikawa and Adilson Motter consider spontaneous synchronization to illustrate asymmetry-induced symmetry.

Evolving and Innovating

Evolving and Innovating

As he starts his term as president, Nick Higham reflects on exciting current and future changes for SIAM as a whole.

Systems Analysis to Inform and Support Global Transformations

Systems Analysis to Inform and Support Global Transformations

The growing area of systems analysis yields multidisciplinary solutions and policy recommendations in response to emerging global problems.

Obituaries

Obituaries

Joseph B. Keller, known for his research contributions to mathematical methodology, passed away in September 2016.

Remembering Sir Christopher Zeeman

Remembering Sir Christopher Zeeman

Renowned mathematician Sir Christopher Zeeman passed away in February 2016. Now, Tim Poston honors his memory.

Sci-Hub: Stealing Intellectual  Property or Ensuring Fairer Access?

Sci-Hub: Stealing Intellectual Property or Ensuring Fairer Access?

Sci-Hub is a controversial internet search engine that makes approximately 50 million scientific journal articles freely accessible.

Machine Learning’s Impact on Global Public Health

Machine Learning’s Impact on Global Public Health

Paul Davis outlines verbal autopsy and shows how machine learning can increase the accuracy of disease diagnoses.

Supporting Diversity in Mathematics Departments

Supporting Diversity in Mathematics Departments

Strategies from an ED16 session help faculty and students address the lack of diversity in mathematics departments.

Q&A with NIH’s Susan Gregurick

Q&A with NIH’s Susan Gregurick

Susan Gregurick is director of the NIGMS Division of Biomedical Technology, Bioinformatics, and Computational Biology at the NIH.

What are the Odds?

What are the Odds?

James Case discusses coincidences and reviews Fluke: The Math and Myth of Coincidence, by Joseph Mazur.

Pythagorean Theorem on Ice

Pythagorean Theorem on Ice

Mark Levi's latest column presents a short “skater’s proof” of the Pythagorean theorem.

SIAM and the National Science Foundation

SIAM and the National Science Foundation

At the Joint Policy Board for Mathematics' October meeting, Deborah Lockhart of the NSF offered suggestions for the math community. 

SIAM Fellow Honored in China

SIAM Fellow Honored in China

SIAM Fellow John E. Hopcroft received China’s Friendship Award in a ceremony at the Great Hall of the People...

Congratulations, Newly-selected SIAG officers!

Congratulations, Newly-selected SIAG officers!

New officers have been elected for the following activity groups. Thanks to all candidates for participating in the...

SIAM Members: Renew your SIAM membership for 2017 at my.siam.org

Renew your SIAM membership for 2017 to remain a part of our international and interdisciplinary community.