Paul Davis offers a detailed overview of some of the invited talks, prize lectures, and minisymposia presentations at CSE19.
Quantization—an efficient means of producing low-precision DNNs—yields interesting mathematical issues.
Could Hopf bifurcation be responsible for fluctuating wait times? Jamol Pender investigates at CSE19.
Roy Goodman presents an overview of Markdown, a lightweight markup language that is well suited for smaller writing projects.
Panelists at a CSE19 discussion on diversity spoke about ongoing efforts towards equal representation in academia.
View a multitude of prize photos from CSE19 and GS19, which took place earlier this year.
Exceptional mathematician with background in number theory and/or recursive function theory sought to help prepare paper.
IPAM seeks proposals from the mathematical, statistical, and scientific communities for long programs and workshops.
Whether you’ve been a member for two days or twenty years, you can always make your membership with SIAM go farther. Read about eight ways you can get more involved with SIAM, and watch video testimonials from some of your colleagues explaining the role that SIAM has played in their professional lives!
Eight ways to get more involved:
Watch fellow SIAM members describe how SIAM has benefited their careers:
“The activity groups are important to SIAM because they provide a focus for the special interests of SIAM members, are a good way to develop links to other organizations, and provide a good way of quickly responding to emerging areas.”
Nick Higham, University of Manchester, Past SIAM President
“SIAM provides a unique forum for facilitating interaction between new and established researchers in academia and industry. SIAM's outstanding publications, excellent conferences, and inclusive policies have made it a leading international organization”
Alison Ramage, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Scotland, SIAM Board of Trustees
“SIAM's greatest resource is the enthusiasm of its membership. People contribute their time and energy as officers, journal editors, meeting organizers, and student chapter advisors. SIAM is thriving because it helps its members achieve their own goals.”
Robert V. Kohn, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University, SIAM Financial Management Committee
“SIAM is the leading international organization for applied mathematicians and computational scientists. SIAM provides significant value to our community via its premiere journals and books, excellent conferences, advocacy activities, bustling activity groups, and local sections. A major strength of SIAM is its engaged membership.”
Tamara G. Kolda, Sandia National Laboratories, SIAM Board of Trustees and SIAM Journal on Mathematics of Data Science Editor-in-Chief