Understanding how physicochemical cues from the environment affect phytoplankton impacts our ability to predict their vertical migration.
Nick Higham reflects on his early experiences and wonders how computers have simplified mathematical writing.
James “Jim” Corones, professor emeritus of mathematics at Iowa State University, passed away in April.
Misha Kilmer works with diffuse optical tomography (DOT), an imaging protocol that passes near-infrared light through tissue in search of tumors.
With recent advances in computing and algorithms, data science has risen as a discipline in its own right.
Bill Satzer discusses the attributes that make mathematics Ph.D.s desirable for industrial employment.
Read an update about recent program activities and future outlook from the NSF's Department of Mathematical Sciences.
PRIMME was first released as a C software package for finding a few selected eigenpairs of large Hermitian matrices.
Ernest Davis reviews Jack Copeland's "The Turing Guide," which celebrates the life of Alan Turing.
In this month's column, Mark Levi presents a mathematically rigorous deterministic counterpart of Benford’s law.
The West Texas Applied Math Graduate Minisymposium took place this past April at Texas Tech University.
Over 80 participants attended the second annual Central Valley Regional SIAM Student Chapter Conference.
The George Washington University Chapter of SIAM: Conference on Applied Mathematics took place in late April.
Read about the recipients of the 2017 AWM-SIAM Sonia Kovalevsky Lecture and W.T. and Idalia Reid Prize.
Here are the candidates standing for this fall's SIAM election. Members: don't forget to vote!
The 23rd Annual Coalition for National Science Funding (CNSF) Capitol Hill Exhibition was a success.
The Mathematical Biosciences Institute is hosting a novel online colloquium in important areas of mathematical biology.