Volume 49 | Number 09 | November 2016
Bayesian Search for Missing Aircraft, Ships, and People

Bayesian Search for Missing Aircraft, Ships, and People

Bayesian search theory is a systematic mathematical method for planning searches for lost objects, such as missing boats, aircraft, or people.

A Reconstruction Algorithm is a Key Enabling Technology for a New Ultrafast CT Scanner

A Reconstruction Algorithm is a Key Enabling Technology for a New Ultrafast CT Scanner

The Katsevich inversion algorithm is a key step in demonstrating the feasibility of a CT scanner for wood.

Measuring Gender Representation on Editorial Boards in the Mathematical Sciences

Measuring Gender Representation on Editorial Boards in the Mathematical Sciences

Chad Topaz and Shilad Sen use data collection and analysis to study the shortage of women on the editorial boards of...

AIMS Advances Mathematics Education in Africa

AIMS Advances Mathematics Education in Africa

The African Institute for Mathematical Sciences is working to build a network of gifted young Africans in tune with the mathematical sciences.

Broadening Career Prospects for Mathematical Science Graduates

Broadening Career Prospects for Mathematical Science Graduates

The NSF's Enriched Doctoral Training Program encourages collaborations between academics and industry.

SIAM’s Key Role in Transforming Post-Secondary Mathematics Education

SIAM’s Key Role in Transforming Post-Secondary Mathematics Education

The Transforming Post-Secondary Education in Mathematics initiative implements constructive change in education.

Extensibility in PETSc

Extensibility in PETSc

Check out examples from the PETSc library for scalable solutions of partial differential equations.

Luck Versus Skill: The Role of Chance in Economic Success

Luck Versus Skill: The Role of Chance in Economic Success

Jim Case reviews economist Robert Frank's new book, Success and Luck: Good Fortune and the Myth of Meritocracy.

The Thin Lens Formula and Springs

The Thin Lens Formula and Springs

In his latest column on "Mathematical Curiosities," Mark Levi discusses the thin lens formula.

SIAM Sections

SIAM Sections

SIAM sections promote activity in the fields of applied mathematics and computational science within a geographical region.


Renew Your Membership

Renew Your Membership

If your SIAM membership expires December 31, 2016, you will receive an email from renewals@siam.org in November.