At AN12, Barbar Keyfitz emphasized her connection to Sonia Kovalevsky's work in “The Role of Characteristics in Conservation Laws."
Recipients of SIAM awards and prizes were recognized in Minneapolis on July 10, during the 2012 SIAM Annual Meeting.
Tony Chan gave a fascinating technical presentation, “Image Processing and Computational Mathematics,”...
Continual improvements in both computational assets and observational data are revolutionizing science and engineering.
Alan Newell gave the Martin D. Kruskal Prize Lecture at the Conference on Nonlinear Waves and Coherent Structures.
Martin Kruskal worked on many problems in pure and applied mathematics, but is best known for discovering solitons.
In a multipart minisymposium, Clint Dawson presented joint work on the development of numerical methods for modeling storm surge.
The Columbia University Chapter of SIAM hosted this year’s “Math-Startup Collaborative Meetup.”
A group of student members and plenary speakers spent two hours in an informal, conversational-style session at AN12.
The NSF’s Division of Mathematical Sciences has a new deadline for the submission of proposals to its Mathematical Biology program.
The NSF offers travel support for up to 60 U.S. mathematicians to attend the Mathematics Congress of the Americas.