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Recovering Lost Information in the Digital World

Recovering Lost Information in the Digital World

Is it possible to restore information that is lost in transition to the digital domain? The answer depends on what we know about the signal.

A Timely Focus on Data Science

A Timely Focus on Data Science

The SIAM community is well versed in the aspect of data science that concerns the accuracy of results.

How Paradoxes Shape Mathematics

How Paradoxes Shape Mathematics

Thomas Hales spoke about mathematical paradoxes during the I. E. Block Community Lecture at AN18 this July.

Grass, Trees, and Fire: Elements of a Savanna Lifecycle

Grass, Trees, and Fire: Elements of a Savanna Lifecycle

Savannas have a special ecology and are defined as a combination of grasses, saplings, and adult savanna trees, with fire as the driving element.

How a Chance Internship Inspired My Career in the Oil Industry

How a Chance Internship Inspired My Career in the Oil Industry

Anusha Sekar discusses the unexpected career trajectory that led her to an industry position at Chevron.

The Perils of Beautiful Mathematics

The Perils of Beautiful Mathematics

James Case reviews Lost in Math: How Beauty Leads Physics Astray by Sabine Hossenfelder.

Mathematicians and Ethical Engagement

Mathematicians and Ethical Engagement

Socially responsible mathematicians can address the existence of ethics in mathematical practise through the "four levels of ethical engagement."

Heat Exchange and Some Frivolous Aspects of e

Heat Exchange and Some Frivolous Aspects of e

Can you heat a glass of milk at 0°C to over 50°C using only the heat from a 100°C glass of water?

Data Science at the IMA: An Industry-Supported Initiative

Data Science at the IMA: An Industry-Supported Initiative

The IMA recently established an agreement with Target and Cargill, launching a new era in industrial collaboration at the institute.