What do climate, black holes, and vorticity have in common? They are all related through oceanic eddies.
Invasion waves arise in many systems, including wound healing and brain tumor expansion.
David Stifler Johnson, a leader in theoretical computer science, passed away on March 8, 2016, at age 70.
The last installment of our intro to the new SIAM Journal on Applied Algebra and Geometry explores Bézier curves, the Rubik’s Cube, and a Kummer surface.
The Moody’s Mega Math Workshop helped students connect math to real-world issues.
Car-sharing’s variability made it a perfect topic for the eleventh annual Moody’s Mega Math (M3)...
Cutting-edge scientific computing has relied for decades on what seems to be a never-ending parade of faster and faster computers.
James Case reviews Robert Calinger's Leonhard Euler: Mathematical Genius in the Enlightenment.
In 1998, Stephen Smale published a list of 18 challenge problems for the 21st century.
Imagining objects with negative mass may seem like a scholastic exercise. But we can interpret some real physical phenomena as the occurrence of particles with negative mass.
Methods used to construct networks and the resulting bias and incompleteness draw limited attention.
The Emory University Chapter of SIAM hosted “Math & Industry: Happily Ever After” this March.
SIAM Student Chapter certificates of recognition have been awarded to 97 students who have made outstanding contributions to their SIAM student chapters. This program recognizes the...
For the past 13 years, SIAM Student Chapters have been invited to send representatives to the SIAM Annual Meeting to...