Control theory and machine learning comprise neighboring valleys in the complex landscape of the mathematics universe.
Tuberculosis is unique compared to many other diseases, leading to major challenges in its characterization.
The back-and-forth conversation between cell biology and active matter physics has been fruitful and intense.
Motion in the microscopic world involves an entirely different set of forces than those that govern macroscopic environments.
Many factors inspire interest in networks and graphs, and one can represent and operate on graphs in numerous ways.
Samantha Erwin discusses her experiences in the SIAM Science Policy Fellowship Program and provides key takeaways.
The Virginia Commonwealth University SIAM Student Chapter experienced a productive 2021/2022 academic year.
Summer internships provide myriad benefits to students in applied mathematics and computational science.
Giovanna Guidoboni details the journey to her position as both a faculty member and mathematical consultant.
Mark Levi contemplates a snake's movement on sloped wet pavement versus grass, the latter of which is much more efficient.
Ernest Davis reviews Lorraine Daston’s Rules: A Short History of What We Live By.