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Understanding Knowledge Networks in the Brain

Understanding Knowledge Networks in the Brain

During her invited address at AN18, Danielle Bassett illustrated how brains map concepts and construct knowledge networks. 

Multi-Agent Decision-Making in Design

Multi-Agent Decision-Making in Design

Naomi Leonard identifies the fundamentals of bio-inspired design for collective decision-making in animal groups.

Updates from the December SIAM Board Meeting

Updates from the December SIAM Board Meeting

At its December meeting, the SIAM Board of Trustees took many significant actions of interest to members.

New Results in Stochastic Analysis Using Dynamical Systems Theory

New Results in Stochastic Analysis Using Dynamical Systems Theory

Dynamical systems and perturbation theory help analyze stochastic epidemiological models with seasonal forcing.

Trump Administration Releases Update to STEM Strategic Plan

Trump Administration Releases Update to STEM Strategic Plan

The National Science and Technology Council recently released the federal government’s five-year strategic plan for STEM education.

Politics, Policy, Science, and Risk

Politics, Policy, Science, and Risk

Paul Davis reviews Michael Lewis's "The Fifth Risk," which describes politics' impact on federal science.

Inside Out: A Value-Based Approach to Industry Job Hunting

Inside Out: A Value-Based Approach to Industry Job Hunting

Students looking for jobs in industry received advice about soft skills and transdisciplinary training during the Professional Development Evening at AN18.

Lie Brackets and Bulletproof Vests

Lie Brackets and Bulletproof Vests

Mark Levi explores what happens to the exit velocity when a bullet punctures a wall of two thin layers.

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.

Congratulations to the 2017 and 2018 SIGEST Authors

Congratulations to the 2017 and 2018 SIGEST Authors

Each issue of SIAM Review contains the SIGEST section, which spotlights an outstanding paper of general interest.

The 3x + 1 Function is Not “Chaotic”!

The 3x + 1 Function is Not “Chaotic”!

Anyone who makes trial calculations with the \(3x+1\) function is struck by its seemingly chaotic behavior.