The dynamic fracture of brittle solids is a particularly interesting collective interaction connecting large and small length scales.
This article is an adapted version of Chris Budd’s piece for the IMA about maths and the London Underground.
With the human population having surpassed 7 billion, protecting the earth and its resources is a shared challenge.
The DOE created SciDAC to address challenging large-scale scientific problems that are central to the DOE's mission.
Communicating science, technology, engineering, and mathematics to the public is challenging but mandatory.
Glen Whitney and Cindy Lawrence, directors of the National Museum of Mathematics in NYC, planned an exciting event.
James Case reviews "Undiluted Hocus-Pocus: The Autobiography of Martin Gardner" and "Martin Gardner in the Twenty-First Century."
The 2nd International Conference on Engineering and Computational Mathematics was held at Hong Kong Polytechnic...
The SIAM Symposium on Computational Aspects of Materials Science will be part of the Materials Research Society's...
If you are earning your degree this year and will no longer be a student, it’s important that you remain a part of the SIAM community.
Will you be traveling in the future? Consider sharing SIAM with your colleagues by becoming a SIAM Ambassador.
In order to create a space for open-ended dialogue online, SIAM launched SIAM Blogs late last year.