Even a seemingly minor generalization of the standard hypergraph cut penalty yields a rich space of theoretical questions.
Mathematical modeling has addressed several key questions related to the dynamic response of insulin secretion.
Confinement to arbitrary, curved, two-dimensional surfaces brings geometrical complexity to flow simulations.
New machine-learning-based object tracking algorithms address two dynamical problems: walking droplets and granular intruders.
The scheduling process for a SIAM conference was automated for the first time with a set of C++ and Python codes.
Evelyn Boyd Granville, a renowned African American mathematician in the early Space Age, passed away in June.
2023 SIAM Science Policy Fellowship recipient Bashir Mohammed recounts his first experiences with policymaking on the national level.
Mark Levi considers the Hamiltonian system for a soap film stretched between two rings with a common axis.
Paul Nahin reviews Chris Budd's new book Climate, Chaos and COVID: How Mathematical Models Describe the...