Observed declines in sea ice amounting to approximately half a million square kilometers per decade are impacting global climate and ecosystems.
Nick Higham discusses some history of programming and coding, and asserts the benefits of short code.
Mathematician and former SIAM president Brockway McMillan passed away on December 3, 2016. He was 101 years old.
The historic focus of research and intensive inputs on maximizing crop yield has obscured the extent and vulnerability of globalized and regionalized food delivery systems.
Many questions related to food systems and food security can challenge our mathematical and computational skills.
An integrated modeling system for water policy alternatives uses existing farming economics and the hydrologic cycle.
The Dakota software project delivers state-of-the-art research and robust, usable software for optimization and uncertainty quantification.
Bob Pego describes a coagulation-fragmentation model of animal group sizes addressing resource estimation issues.
Design thinking finds successful use in interdisciplinary mathematical approaches to combat animal poaching.
“Engineering mathematics” has branched out into novel, interdisciplinary realms, offering students a range of new career options.
In his latest column on "Mathematical Curiosities," Mark Levi presents a geometrical proof of a mathematician's bike.
SIAM supports the goals of the March for Science and encourages its members to help make the event a success.
SIAM offers early career membership at 50% of the regular membership price for the first three years after receiving a final degree.
Check the website of the next conference you are attending to see if child care grants are available.
SIAM’s online communication channels have been consolidated under the new SIAM News website. Check it out.
Our student chapter program now comprises 177 chapters, including 56 outside North America.