Richard Tapia of Rice University received the National Science Board’s 2014 Vannevar Bush Award.
Quantifying uncertainty in the solution of inverse problems is an exciting area of research in the math. sciences.
Jeremy Kozdon discusses his collaborative work in dynamic rupture modeling of the Tohoku earthquake.
Michael Shub surveyed progress toward a solution of Stephen Smale’s 17th problem for the 21st century in an invited talk at AN13.
Simon A. Levin of Princeton University received the 41st Tyler Prize for Environmental Achievement.
The Center for Uncertainty Quantification at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology is quite busy.
Alan Hastings reviews "Letters to a Young Scientist" by E.O. Wilson.
Philip Davis reviews The Sabermetric Revolution: Assessing the Growth of Analytics in Baseball.
SIAM members (excluding student members) can nominate up to two students per year for free membership.
Support your profession by nominating up to two colleagues for the class of 2015 SIAM Fellows.
Six new universities now have SIAM student chapters.
Members who earned their highest degree in the last 5 years are now called “early career."