Computed tomography (CT) chest scans have proven invaluable for the diagnosis and prognostication of COVID-19 patients.
An emergent research front allows mathematical and statistical ideas to enable a rapid expansion of COVID-19 testing.
Bernard J. Matkowsky passed away on June 11, 2020. He left a lasting legacy within the applied math community.
William Yslas Vélez discusses the implicit social contract between the minority community and mathematical departments.
A general modeling approach can examine population recovery after a natural or anthropogenic disturbance.
The rapid solution of combinatorial optimization problems benefits numerous applications.
Applications of computational topology enjoy considerable contemporary prominence and range from manifolds for airfoils to molecules for pharmaceuticals.
Mike Dairyko, a data scientist for the Milwaukee Brewers Baseball Club, details his education and career trajectory.
swMATH employs a publication-based approach and provides an overview of a broad range of mathematical software.
Mark Levi discusses the mathematics behind his attempt to balance a knife on the edge of a pot and the resulting effect.
Lora Billings reviews David Feldman’s "Chaos and Dynamical Systems," which introduces the field.
Read an excerpt from "Phylogeny: Discrete and Random Processes in Evolution" by Mike Steel.