The SIAM Conference on Computational Science and Engineering has seen dramatic growth since its inception in 2000.
Quantum mechanical effects are inherent to molecular or material systems where electronic structure is critical.
Frank W.J. Olver, professor emeritus at the Institute for Physical Science and Technology passed on April 23, 2013.
As most of recorded human history had it, the Earth’s interior was ruled by giant snakes and dragons.
The mathematical study of water waves goes back to the origins of differential equations.
A group of computational scientists have proposed a set of standards for the dissemination of reproducible research.
This column is for experienced mathematical scientists looking for new challenges and wishing to serve the community.
“Scalable Algorithms for Big Data” was a main theme of the 2013 SIAM CSE conference.
Choosing a career path in computational science and engineering difficult because of its interdisciplinary nature.
President Obama recently released his budget request for fiscal year 2014, reflecting research priorities in coming years.
A daily blog is dedicated to the themes of the worldwide Mathematics of Planet Earth 2013 project.