Mathematics of Planet Earth 2013 is a year-long program created to encourage research on a range of topics related to Planet Earth.
It has long been known that a lens, however perfect, has limited resolving power.
William Press emailed Freeman Dyson about an unnoticed class of strategies for the iterated prisoner's dilemma.
In a letter-to-the-editor, Phil Roe responds to “The Interdisciplinary Quest for New Ideas in Economics” by James Case.
In this month's Career Column, Freeman Hrabowski takes the opportunity to reflect on his education and career.
Read about the learning and networking opportunities for students at the 2013 SIAM Annual Meeting this past July.
Recipients of SIAM awards and prizes were recognized at the 2013 SIAM Annual Meeting and the SIAM Conference on Control and its Applications.
Three Chicago-area SIAM chapters visited the Mathematics and Computer Science Division at Argonne National...
Each year, SIAM awards grants to hundreds of students for travel to SIAM conferences around the world.
Ernest Davis reviews Probably Approximately Correct by Leslie Valiant.
SIAM Undergraduate Research Online provides a venue for articles presenting high-quality undergraduate research.