The eighth International Congress on Industrial and Applied Mathematics will be held in Beijing from August 10-14.
Thomas Kailath of Stanford University received the 2014 National Medal of Science.
These are exciting times, with the growth of applied mathematics and its increasing relevance to our daily lives.
A typical quadrature rule is the approximation of a definite integral by a finite sum with a specific form.
James Case reviews Alan Turing: The Enigma by Andrew Hodges.
Ernest Davis reviews Michael Harris' "Mathematics without Apologies: Portrait of a Problematic Vocation."
Jan Draisma gives SIAM News readers an idea of one current research theme in the field of algebraic geometry.
Dana Mackenzie received the MAA’s Chauvenet Prize at the Joint Meetings in San Antonio in January.
Mark Levi presents is a calculus-free solution of the standard vector calculus problem.
SIAM awarded over $46,000 to 95 chapters for activities taking place throughout the 2014-2015 academic year.
The Member-Get-a-Member program encourages SIAM members to invite their colleagues to join SIAM.