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Mid-Career Panel at CSE19 Guides Attendees through Academic and Industrial Crossroads

Mid-Career Panel at CSE19 Guides Attendees through Academic and Industrial Crossroads

At CSE19, Misha E. Kilmer, Sven Leyffer, and Lois Curfman McInnes spoke candidly about difficulties and successes at the mid-career level.

Balancing Motherhood with a Successful Career in STEM

Balancing Motherhood with a Successful Career in STEM

Three SIAM members share their insights on effectively balancing careers with the challenges of motherhood.

SIAM Announces Major CS&E Prizes

SIAM Announces Major CS&E Prizes

The SIAM/ACM Prize in Computational Science and Engineering and the James H. Wilkinson Prize for Numerical Software will be awarded at CSE19.

Convolutional Neural Networks Identify Illness from Facial Photographs

Convolutional Neural Networks Identify Illness from Facial Photographs

At CSE19, Altansuren Tumurbaatar presented a mobile disease surveillance tool that uses CNNs to identify sick faces from a single image.

Predictive Models of Crop Phenotyping Maximize Future Harvests

Predictive Models of Crop Phenotyping Maximize Future Harvests

Patrick Schnable presented novel predictive statistical models to forecast crop performance and maximize overall yield at CSE19.

Upgrading Safety Requirements to Prevent Technological Catastrophes

Upgrading Safety Requirements to Prevent Technological Catastrophes

Upgrading engineering safety requirements could account for the magnitude of adverse outcomes beyond safety thresholds.

Capabilities, Collaboration, and Cancer

Capabilities, Collaboration, and Cancer

A combination of data science and bench science has the potential to transform the way we diagnose, treat, and...

The World Needs New and Better Medicines Now

The World Needs New and Better Medicines Now

Because medicine development is time-consuming, expensive, and error-prone, many diseases lack available medicines...