One can increase the flexibility of power systems in two possible ways: acting on the generation side, or acting on the demand side.
Justin Sirignano applies deep learning to finance, such as trading stocks, best ask and bid prices, and loan...
SIAM President Nick Higham explores SIAM's Prize Program and explains the significance of prize nominations.
Al Kovacs responds to Michael Elad’s article, “Deep, Deep Trouble,” in the May issue of SIAM News.
On April 22, thousands of scientists gathered in Washington, D.C., and transformed Earth Day into a tribute to science.
The National Mathematics Festival brought education, entertainment, math, and science to Washington, D.C.
On Earth Day, April 22, Washington, D.C. saw multiple events in support of math and science.
Large-scale models of the human brain consist of millions of individual neurons coupled into large-scale networks.
Anuj Mubayi describes a data-driven dynamic model to study the influence of student environment on high school...
SIAM promotes the value of applied mathematics research and ensures its application in solving real-world problems.
James Case reviews "A Man for All Markets: From Las Vegas to Wall Street, How I Beat the Dealer and the...
Mark Levi explains why it is well known that small-amplitude trajectories of a pendulum are approximately ellipses.
Hans Kaper discusses the field of deep uncertainty, which plays an important role in the development of policy and business strategy.
Lek-Heng Lim has been awarded the James H. Wilkinson Prize in Numerical Analysis and Scientific Computing.