Gary Froyland outlines mathematical approaches to analyse and manipulate transport and mixing caused by autonomous and time-dependent dynamics.
Have you ever thought about writing a book? Today’s technology makes doing so easier than ever.
With deep sorrow, we announce the passing of Philip J. Davis on March 14, 2018, at the age of 95.
Juan Restrepo and Michael Mann explore the assertion of a static climate distribution by proposing a null hypothesis about record values.
Nilima Nigam offers a lighthearted yet very real account of the anxiety that accompanies socializing at conferences.
Ernest Davis reviews Automating Inequality: How High-Tech Tools Profile, Police, and Punish the Poor.
Hans Kaper and Hans Engler acknowledge that mathematics faces a communication problem, and urge mathematicians to do more to engage.
In recognition of data science's growing impact, SIAM has launched the "SIAM Journal on Mathematics of Data Science."
SIAM participated in the nation’s largest celebration of STEM: the USA Science & Engineering Festival.
In this month's "Mathematical Curiosities" column, Mark Levi relates a Möbius map to four different contexts.
Like many other areas of mathematics, the field of knot theory is rooted in questions related to the physical world.
Brigham Young University has new, redesigned undergraduate Applied and Computational Math Emphasis program.
The Career Fair at AN18 will take place on July 9 and showcase employers from both industry and government.
Françoise Marie Louise Tisseur will deliver the Olga Taussky-Todd Lecture at ICIAM 2019.