Mathematical models for seismic hazard quantify the expected earthquake shaking in terms of various ground motion intensity measures.
L. Mahadevan’s research explores how a swarm of bees in a congested hive stays cool on hot summer days.
Scientists and non-scientists are interested in whether climate change is responsible for specific weather events.
In 2019, the NSF is expected to have invested $30 million in “Understanding the Rules of Life," one of the agency's 10 Big Ideas.
Emerging heterogeneous computer architectures and predictive science have increased the complexity of software.
Nicholas Higham reviews "Bits and Bugs" by Thomas Huckle & Tobias Neckel and "Humble Pi" by Matt Parker.
Elizabeth Greenspan, executive editor of SIAM Books, discusses the various steps of the book-publishing process.
Kivmars Bowling, director of Publications at SIAM, reflects on another busy and rewarding year.
Director Becky Kerner reflects on the accomplishments of the SIAM Marketing and Communications team in 2019.
A scientific session at the 2020 Annual Meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science will focus on the theme of resilience.
Mark Levi explains Richard Feynman’s observation of a wobbling plate that earned him the Nobel Prize.
The Heidelberg Student Chapter of SIAM recently organized a field trip to the headquarters of Lufthansa Systems.
The International Day of Mathematics will be a worldwide celebration each year on March 14th with activities for both students and the general public.
John dePillis spoke at four Italian universities in honor of the 500th anniversary of da Vinci’s death.