A comprehensive algorithm estimates the expected occupancy requirement for Amazon lockers based on shipping speed and date.
At the SIAM Annual Meeting, Hong Zhou described how biovariability among individuals can result in a wide range of injury probabilities among people in a crowd.
Machine learning approaches can help choose the right locations for new oil wells and for identifying “sweet spots” for drilling.
Bradford E. Peercy examines clustered cell migration in the egg chamber of Drosophila melanogaster, the common fruit...
At a SIAM Annual Meeting talk, Ciamac Moallemi showed how Bitcoin's blockchain technology uses congestion and delays to raise the necessary revenue to fund its computer infrastructure.
At the SIAM Conference on Applied Mathematics Education, Kathleen Kavanagh gave a minitutorial on successfully involving students—both undergraduates and graduates—in...
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At AN18, Elizabeth B. Klerman applied the principles of circadian rhythms to human physiology to optimize sleep-wake schedules.
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Mitchel Colebank incorporated geometric uncertainty into a one-dimensional fluid dynamical model of a pulmonary blood vessel network at AN18.
Professor Catie Patterson incorporates writing projects into her courses on mathematical biology and ordinary differential equations.