Nick Trefethen challenges Richard Feynman's well-known analysis of the Faraday cage effect and exponential shielding.
To address cybersecurity challenges, researchers adopt game theory-based mathematical modeling approaches.
Jim Douglas Jr., professor emeritus of computational mathematics at Purdue University, passed away on April 27.
SIAM Fellows Simon Levin and Michael Artin received the 2015 National Medal of Science during a White House ceremony.
Stephen Tench analyzes datasets of terrorist-driven events to predict future attacks, using terrorism in Northern...
William Regli muses on misconceptions of problem-driven and use-inspired research and outlines some of DARPA’s...
Robert Kirby discusses the FEniCS project, a Python program that uses a domain-specific language to lessen the gap between machines and PDEs.
Ernie Davis reviews "Nathaniel Bowditch and the Power of Numbers" by Tamara Plakins Thornton.
A recent workshop explores the Global Attractor Conjecture, which involves an important class of ordinary...
The Texas A&M University Chapter of SIAM welcomed MATLAB creator Cleve Moler to campus for a workshop and presentation.
Mark Levi presents two geometrical curiosities, one involving zero work and the other involving (almost) zero words.
The RWTH Aachen University Chapter of SIAM (Aachen, Germany) held its first Science Jeopardy Night in April.
The student chapter at the University of California, Merced hosted “The First Central Valley Regional SIAM Student Chapter Conference.”
Fatma Terzioglu received the 2016 SIAM Student Paper Prize. Here she shares a little about her research and...
As of December 31, 2015, SIAM had 14,549 members from countries. 34% of SIAM members reside outside the United States.
SIAM welcomes chapters from Universidad Técnica Federico Santa Maria, the University of Limerick, and the University of New Mexico.