Power grids, populations, large companies, banking systems, and other collections of highly-interconnected elements are subject to “systemic risk.”
At the end of this month, Nick Trefethen's two-year term as SIAM president will come to an end.
Martin Bazant of MIT responds to Nick Trefethen's October 2012 article about complex variables.
In the last half century, we have witnessed a grave decline in the public’s acceptance of scientific evidence and even the scientific method.
Uncertainty issues are crucial in assessing natural hazard risk and developing strategies to mitigate consequences.
A previous SIAM News article about about the growth of social network analysis led to a collaboration with...
Scientific computing problems are often very challenging, requiring large numbers of operations and significant data storage.
In January, Hans Kaper will officially move into the newly created position of editor-in-chief of SIAM News.
Joe Keller of Stanford University has added two Ig Nobel Prizes to his long list of honors and accolades.
Pam Cook and Mary Silber of Northwestern University convey their impressions as participants in the recent COACh workshops.
In this fall’s SIAM election, voters filled four seats on the SIAM Council and three on the Board of Trustees.
The American Association for the Advancement of Science will hold its 2013 Annual Meeting in Boston, February 14-18.
The NSF has released a solicitation for its new Interdisciplinary Research in Hazards and Disasters program.