Computational scientists in physics, chemistry, biology, and engineering have been experiencing their own big data revolution.
The term “big data” has become ubiquitous. People who can wrangle big data are called data...
Nick Trefethen muses on the increased length of SIAM journal articles, and questions whether the growth is...
The brachistochrone problem asks us to find the “curve of quickest descent,” so it would be fitting to have the quickest solution.
Kevin Hutson reviews When Life Is Linear: From Computer Graphics to Bracketology by Tim Chartier.
James Case reviews Sports Physics, the result of a conference on the physics of sports held in April 2012.
SIAM recruited over sixty volunteers to help the National Museum of Mathematics at the inaugural National Math Festival in Washington, D.C.
CSE15, at the Salt Palace Convention Center in Salt Lake City, Utah, was the largest SIAM conference to date.
CSE15 hosted a student paper competition sponsored by the Bavarian Graduate School of Computational Engineering.
Louis Nirenberg and John Nash were jointly honored with the 2015 Abel Prize on May 19. Shortly after, Nash was killed in a car accident.