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# Approximate Localized Multidimensional Patterns

Spatially localized patterns offer fascinating insights into the emergence of organized behaviors, from weather fronts to traffic waves.

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Spatially localized patterns offer fascinating insights into the emergence of organized behaviors, from weather fronts to traffic waves.

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Werner Rheinboldt, a former Chair of Mathematics at the University of Pittsburgh, passed away in March 2024.

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The 2024 SIAM Task Force Report on the Future of Computational Science charts an ambitious growth trajectory.

Phillips Academy Andover received first prize in M3 Challenge 2024 for their models of housing and homelessness.

The *Collective Entanglements* exhibition connects the fields of art, math, and science and explores the singular value decomposition.

Ernest Davis reviews *Encounters with Euclid: How an Ancient Greek Geometry Text Shaped the World*.

The authors of *Dynamics and Bifurcation in Networks* introduce relevant examples in network dynamics.

IMSI recently organized a long program on “Algebraic Statistics and Our Changing World: New Methods for New Challenges.”

The George Washington University SIAM Student Chapter hosted its 5th Annual Conference this April.