Paul Davis overviews Jean-Michel Coron’s 2017 W.T. and Idalia Reid Prize Lecture on controllability and local asymptotic stabilizability.
On the occasion of SIAM Review’s 60th volume, SIAM President Nick Higham traces the journal’s history.
Allen Tannenbaum investigates complex networks, focusing on applications to cancer biology.
Adilson Motter and Takashi Nishikawa explain how network dynamics often depends sensitively on network structure.
Paul Davis recaps Bernard Matkowsky’s 2017 John von Neumann Lecture, which focused on the effects of noise.
Charles F. Van Loan previews his upcoming 2018 John von Neumann Lecture about the polygon averaging problem.
The MathWorks Math Modeling (M3) Challenge poses prominent, multi-faceted issues to high schoolers. This year's problem focused on food insecurity.
In honor of SIAM Review’s 60th volume, author Mark Newman reflects on the journal's most popular article.
Jim Case reviews Ten Great Ideas about Chance by Persi Diaconis and Brian Skyrms.
The High-Performance Geometric Multigrid incorporates machine sensitivities that correlate well with the sensitivities of high-performance computing applications.
Participate in Mathematics and Statistics Awareness Month by hosting and organizing events all throughout April.
In this month's column on "Mathematical Curiosities," Mark Levi discusses caustics, epicycloids, and nephroids.
On February 28, the National Science Foundation published its detailed budget request for fiscal year 2019.
In his talk at AN18, Joseph Teran will discuss how visual effects rely on a wide range of numerical methods for PDEs.
Juan Meza has been appointed the new division director of the NSF’s Division of Mathematical Sciences.