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Detecting Gerrymandering with Mathematics

Detecting Gerrymandering with Mathematics

John Mattingly has spent five years mathematically dissecting the structure of a typical redistricting to identify gerrymandering.

Advancing SIAM

Advancing SIAM

At the end of April, SIAM held a two-day strategic planning workshop called ADVANCE to discuss its future directions.

Obituary: Hans F. Weinberger

Obituary: Hans F. Weinberger

Austrian-born mathematician Hans Felix Weinberger passed away at the age of 88 on September 15, 2017.

Interpreting Deep Learning: The Machine Learning Rorschach Test?

Interpreting Deep Learning: The Machine Learning Rorschach Test?

Theoretical understanding of deep learning is one of the most important tasks facing the statistics and machine learning communities.

Integrated Catastrophic Risk Management: Robust Balance between Ex-ante and Ex-post Measures

Integrated Catastrophic Risk Management: Robust Balance between Ex-ante and Ex-post Measures

Intensification of ex-ante measures can significantly reduce the overall burden of natural disasters on the economy.

Anomalous Localized Resonance and Associated Cloaking

Anomalous Localized Resonance and Associated Cloaking

Graeme Milton and Ross McPhedran investigate how regions of anomalous localized resonance lead to cloaking effects.

NIH Releases Strategic Plan for Data Science

NIH Releases Strategic Plan for Data Science

In early June, the National Institutes of Health Office of Science Policy released its new Strategic Plan for Data Science.

A Look at the Plenary Talks at MPE18

A Look at the Plenary Talks at MPE18

The second SIAM Conference on Mathematics of Planet Earth will take place this September in Philadelphia, Pa.

A Perspective on Altitudes

A Perspective on Altitudes

In his monthly column, Mark Levi delves into the problem of concurrency of altitudes in a triangle. 

2018 Global Survey of Mathematical, Computing, and Natural Scientists

2018 Global Survey of Mathematical, Computing, and Natural Scientists

The 2018 Global Survey of Mathematical, Computing, and Natural Scientists is part of an international project related to the gender gap.