Vivi Rottschäfer presents a mathematical model that studies the processes governing the concentration profile of drugs in the brain.
Although the format of an academic paper is confining, there is still plenty of scope for writing it your own way.
Researchers developed a simple math model for simultaneous spatially-coordinated and synchronous behavior.
Woody plant expansion into grasslands and savannas, which is accelerating worldwide, often affects ecosystem processes.
A reservoir computer is a recurrent artificial neural network for processing time-dependent information.
Bonita Saunders gives an inspiring account of her road to a career as a research mathematician at the NIST.
Project Jupyter offers tools—from interactive exploration to publication and communication of results—for the life cycle of a computational idea.
The Software Sustainability Institute is enhancing research software in academia with a new, unique career track.
James Case reviews "Scale" by Geoffrey West, who applies math laws to the bio, political, and corporate realms.
The SIAM Committee on Science Policy meets twice a year to review the society’s science policy priorities and engage with federal agency leaders.
Mark Levi presents a "Mathematical Curiosity" that arose from rolling a shopping cart's wheel around a floor tile.
Scott N. Armstrong and Charles K. Smart were awarded the 2017 SIAM/APDE Prize at PD17 for their 2016 paper.
During his invited talk at AN18, Robert V. Kohn will discuss patterns in the wrinkling and folding of thin elastic sheets.
Jelani Nelson will discuss dimensionality reduction from the viewpoint of low-distortion embeddings at AN18.