Many scientific applications rely on the accurate reconstruction of spatially, spectrally, and temporally distributed phenomena from photon-limited data.
Technical breakthroughs offer unprecedented data about the brain’s network architecture and activity.
Harold Kuhn, professor emeritus at Princeton University and an early president of SIAM, died on July 2.
The 2014 SIAM Conference on Imaging Science, held at Hong Kong Baptist University, drew approximately 580 scientists from all over the world.
Many models arise as the set of real solutions to systems of multivariate polynomial equations w/ real coefficients.
From August 4 through 15, 45 students representing six continents took part in the Gene Golub SIAM Summer School in...
Additional 2014 prize recipients were featured in the September issue of SIAM News.
Read about Division of Mathematical Sciences interdisciplinary and workforce-development programs of particular...
With the launch of the BRAIN initiative, neuroscience and cognitive science have become major priorities of the...
Members of the SIAM community are invited to submit articles for the "Research Spotlights" section of SIAM Review.
Recent visitors to the website of SIAM News might have a sense of shifting ground – and justly so.
Read about a myriad of student chapter activities that took place between January and May 2014.
SIAM has a new activity group—the SIAM Activity Group on Applied Mathematics Education (SIAG/ED).
SIAM’s student blog is a great way to keep up with what many of SIAM’s 130-plus chapters are doing.
Mathematicians who earned their highest degree within the last five years are now “early career” members.