Network Theory Links Behavioral Information Flow with Contained Epidemic Outbreaks

Network Theory Links Behavioral Information Flow with Contained Epidemic Outbreaks

A concrete interplay model in quenched multiplex networks can study the connection between adaptive human behavior and epidemic...
Prize Spotlight: Michele Palladino and Richard Vinter

Prize Spotlight: Michele Palladino and Richard Vinter

Michele Palladino and Richard Vinter received the SIAM Activity Group on Control and Systems Theory Best SICON Paper Prize at CT17.

Welcome to the New SIAM Website

At long last, SIAM has launched a new website! Find out why we embarked on this project, and what new features you can expect. 

SIAM Fellows Update: Deadline...

The new deadline for nominations for the SIAM Fellows Class of 2019 is Wednesday, October 17, 2018.

Differentiation With(out) a Difference

Differentiation With(out) a Difference

A fundamental tension in numerical analysis is the interplay between truncation errors and rounding errors.

Using Mathematical Approaches to Optimally Manage Public Debt

Using Mathematical Approaches to Optimally Manage Public Debt

While most countries rely on debt to finance their government and economy, keeping this debt under control is a financial imperative.

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Stopping Ebola Before the Virus Goes Viral

Stopping Ebola Before the Virus Goes Viral

The Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo remains relatively small, but other countries should not be complacent.

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State-of-the-Art FFT: Algorithms, Implementations, and Applications

State-of-the-Art FFT: Algorithms, Implementations, and Applications

The fast Fourier transform is common in many areas of science and engineering, and a two-part session at PP18 focused on its various applications.

Competitive Adaptation Prevents...

Evolution is frequently rough and unforgiving; individuals within a species compete for food, reproductive partners, or other resources.

Reflections from a SIAM Science...

Natalie Sheils, a newly-minted SIAM Science Policy Fellowship recipient, discusses her expectations for the role.