An airplane’s environmental control system is a complex assembly of components having a broad remit.
Understanding the macroscopic behavior of a large system with many interacting dynamical parts is of broad interest.
In this month's column, SIAM President Nicholas Higham discusses the nuances of the color yellow.
The eighth Gene Golub SIAM Summer School, held in Berlin in late May, was titled, “Data Sparse Approximation and Algorithms.”
AN17 featured a variety of sessions that specifically addressed issues of diversity in applied mathematics.
View a sampling of photos from the 2017 SIAM Annual Meeting, including shots of the Prizes and Awards Luncheon.
Upon graduation, recent applied mathematics Ph.D.s are confronted with a momentous choice: academia or industry?
Olivier Pironneau overviews the features and capabilities of FreeFem++, which uses the finite element method.
Jim Case reviews Ian Stewart's Significant Figures: The Lives and Work of Great Mathematicians.
SIAM is deeply concerned with sustaining federal support for applied mathematics and computational science.
In this column, Mark Levi describes an alternative (to the standard) way of finding the parabola of safety.
Dozens of interesting, talented, and prestigious applied mathematicians attended the Fellows Reception at AN17.
Each issue of SIAM Review contains the SIGEST section, which spotlights an outstanding paper of general interest.
SIAM is now a member of ORCID, a central registry of researchers, and encourages authors to utilize this capability.