A recent breakthrough on a decades-old Ramsey theory problem from Paul Erdős blends a broad variety of mathematical techniques.
Ongoing shifts will make the supply of electricity less centralized, less predictable, and more difficult to control.
SIAM’s newest leaders react to their recent appointments and share their goals for their time of service.
Self-organization in cyanobacteria (also known as blue-green algae) can provide clues about the history of evolution as a whole.
Student Rachel Ahumada describes her experiences with the SIAM-Simons Undergraduate Summer Research Program.
Three mentors from the 2023 SIAM-Simons Undergraduate Summer Research Program discuss their key takeaways.
The first annual meeting of the newly formed SIAM New York – New Jersey – Pennsylvania Section attracted roughly 375 attendees.
Paula White shares her newfound knowledge as SIAM's Membership Manager and highlights some 2023 accomplishments.
Kivmars Bowling recaps key initiatives of SIAM Publications about new technologies and global outreach.
Mark Levi illustrates the entropy of gas on a simple parody of ideal gas: a single particle that bounces between two stationary walls.
David Elzinga and Erin Ellefsen are the newest SIAM Project NExT (New Experiences in Teaching) Fellows.
The three-day 6th Annual Meeting of the SIAM Texas-Louisiana Section demonstrated the Section's tremendous growth.
David Aldous reviews In a Flight of Starlings: The Wonders of Complex Systems by Nobel Prize winner Giorgio Parisi.