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https://www.springer.com/gp/book/9781493998265#Check out this new book! There are exercises of varying degrees of diffic...
01/07/2020
Mathematical Models in Epidemiology | Fred Brauer | Springer

https://www.springer.com/gp/book/9781493998265#

Check out this new book! There are exercises of varying degrees of difficulty, and projects leading to new research directions. For the benefit of public health professionals whose contact with mathematics may not be recent, there is an appendix covering the necessary mathematical background. There are indications which sections require a strong mathematical background so that the book can be useful for both mathematical modelers and public health professionals.

The book is a modern description of many important areas of mathematical epidemiology, with mathematical accuracy but not necessarily complete proofs, including fairly detailed descriptions of models for important communicable diseases, including diseases transmitted by vectors....

Springer Math will be attending #JMM2020 from January 15th - 18th come visit our booth! - https://bit.ly/39BbzGO
01/03/2020

Springer Math will be attending #JMM2020 from January 15th - 18th come visit our booth! - https://bit.ly/39BbzGO

Just published! https://www.springer.com/us/book/9783030235307#
12/19/2019
Representations and Nilpotent Orbits of Lie Algebraic Systems - In Honour of the 75th Birthday of Tony Joseph | Maria Gorelik | Springer

Just published! https://www.springer.com/us/book/9783030235307#

This volume, a celebration of Anthony Joseph’s fundamental influence on classical and quantized representation theory, explores a wide array of current topics in Lie theory by experts in the area. The chapters are based on the 2017 conferences titled Algebraic Modes of Representations....

Congratulations to our Canadian Math Society (CMS Books) series editor Karl Dilcher for receiving the 2019 Graham Wright...
12/12/2019
Prof. Karl Dilcher to receive the 2019 Graham Wright Award for Distinguished Service

Congratulations to our Canadian Math Society (CMS Books) series editor Karl Dilcher for receiving the 2019 Graham Wright award for Distinguished Service at the CMS Winter meeting this past weekend. https://cms.math.ca/MediaReleases/2019/DistinguishedService

OTTAWA, Ontario — The Canadian Mathematical Society (CMS) is pleased to announce that Prof. Karl Dilcher (Dalhousie) has been named the recipient of the 2019 Graham Wright Award for Distinguished Service. Prof. Dilcher will receive his award at the CMS Winter meeting in Toronto, ON, December 6-9, ...

Check out this new book! https://www.springer.com/gp/book/9783030225827# The book presents nine mini-courses from a summ...
12/12/2019
The Dynamics of Biological Systems | Arianna Bianchi | Springer

Check out this new book! https://www.springer.com/gp/book/9783030225827#

The book presents nine mini-courses from a summer school, Dynamics of Biological Systems, held at the University of Alberta in 2016, as part of the prestigious seminar series: Séminaire de Mathématiques Supérieures (SMS). It includes new and significant contributions in the field of Dynamical Systems and their applications in Biology, Ecology, and Medicine.

In the book about Dynamics of Biological Systems the mathematical topics are developed based on the biological problem at hand. The questions are motivated through biological or medical processes and the relevance of the results to biology is a central focus of the analysis. ...

Learn about the language of logic in our latest #BookoftheWeek freely access this chapter until December 21st! - https:/...
12/11/2019
The Language of Logic and Set-Theory

Learn about the language of logic in our latest #BookoftheWeek freely access this chapter until December 21st! - https://bit.ly/34fHnNv

In this chapter we discuss the need for a language more formal than common language to write proofs. We proceed to introduce propositional logic, quantifiers, and the basics of the language of Set...

SN Partial Differential Equations and Applications is now open for submissions! Consider Springer Nature for your paper....
12/10/2019

SN Partial Differential Equations and Applications is now open for submissions! Consider Springer Nature for your paper. http://bit.ly/2VksAgl

SN Operations Research Forum is now open for submissions! Consider Springer Nature for your paper. http://bit.ly/2Hk7zhX
12/07/2019

SN Operations Research Forum is now open for submissions! Consider Springer Nature for your paper. http://bit.ly/2Hk7zhX

Check out this new edition from Mark Holmes! https://www.springer.com/gp/book/9783030242602 From the reviews of previous...
12/03/2019
Introduction to the Foundations of Applied Mathematics | Mark Hayden Holmes | Springer

Check out this new edition from Mark Holmes! https://www.springer.com/gp/book/9783030242602

From the reviews of previous editions:

“This work by Holmes (RPI) is a thorough overview of classical analysis/differential equations-based applied mathematics (not statistics or discrete mathematics). … This is a wonderful, well-written book that should be in every academic library. Includes many examples, 126 references, and 221 exercises. Summing Up: Highly recommended. Upper-division undergraduates, graduate students, researchers, and faculty.” (J. D. Fehribach, Choice, Vol. 47 (8), April, 2010)

“The goal of this book is to introduce the mathematical tools needed for analyzing and deriving mathematical models. … Holmes is able to integrate the theory with application in a very nice way providing an excellent book on applied mathematics. … One of the best features of the book is the abundant number of exercises found at the end of each chapter. … I think this is a great book, and I recommend it for scholarly purposes by students, teachers, and researchers.” (Joe Latulippe, The Mathematical Association of America, December, 2009)

“One of the primary objectives of the book is to use mathematics to derive a fundamental understanding of the derivation, analysis and interpretation of mathematical models. … The book contains a wide spectrum of exercises and detailed illustrations. It addresses students and researchers interested in mathematical modeling in physics, engineering and applied sciences. It can also be recommended as a textbook at the graduate student level.”­­­ (Iuliana Oprea, Mathematical Reviews, Issue 2011 c)

“Holmes’s text … should be accessible to both mathematicians and science and engineering audiences at the senior or beginning graduate level. … it establishes the tools of applied mathematics and the underlying concepts of model development independent of a specific application. … I strongly recommend this book for an introductory senior or graduate level course in applied mathematics.” (J. David Logan, SIAM Review, Vol. 52 (1), 2010)

This book is an introduction to advanced mathematical methods, presented in an applied setting, that makes the material accessible to upper undergraduates. A Comprehensive development of tools and analysis for mathematical modeling and exercises from real world applications are included. ...

Explore the links between architecture and mathematics.The 13th international, interdisciplinary conference “Nexus 2020:...
12/03/2019
Deadline for proposals extended to 21 December 2019

Explore the links between architecture and mathematics.

The 13th international, interdisciplinary conference “Nexus 2020: Relationships Between Architecture and Mathematics” will take place 20–23 July 2020 in Kaiserslautern, Germany.

Accepting proposal submissions now!

https://bit.ly/34KgtPd

Deadline for proposals is now extended to Saturday, 21 December 2019

“Introducing the first Open Access GTM: ‘Measure, Integration & Real Analysis’ by best-selling author Sheldon Axler. Rea...
12/02/2019
Measure, Integration & Real Analysis | Sheldon Axler | Springer

“Introducing the first Open Access GTM: ‘Measure, Integration & Real Analysis’ by best-selling author Sheldon Axler. Readers around the world will be able to access an electronic copy for free – Now available!” - https://bit.ly/3340R8k

This open access textbook welcomes students into the fundamental theory of measure, integration, and real analysis. Content is carefully curated to suit a single course, or two-semester sequence, creating a versatile entry point for graduate studies in all areas of pure and applied mathematics....

Freely access this article from The Mathematical Intelligencer until December 9th #FridayReads -  https://bit.ly/2OWq2DN
11/29/2019
The Modern Prometheus

Freely access this article from The Mathematical Intelligencer until December 9th #FridayReads - https://bit.ly/2OWq2DN

The Mathematical IntelligencerMarch 2019, Volume 41, Issue 1, pp 39–41 | Cite asThe Modern PrometheusAuthorsAuthors and affiliationsColin AdamsMathematically Bent Colin Adams, EditorFirst Online: 21 August 2018 264 Downloads Opening a copy of The Mathematical Intelligencer you may ask yourself une...

Learn more about Felix Klein in our #BookoftheWeek and download a free poster until December 7th - https://bit.ly/2OnNDh...
11/27/2019

Learn more about Felix Klein in our #BookoftheWeek and download a free poster until December 7th - https://bit.ly/2OnNDhK

Freely access a research survey article in JJM "Sharp threshold phenomena in statistical physics" by Hugo Duminil-Copin ...
11/25/2019
Sharp threshold phenomena in statistical physics

Freely access a research survey article in JJM "Sharp threshold phenomena in statistical physics" by Hugo Duminil-Copin @Institut_IHES – 2019 Dobrushin prize Winner!

Dobrushin prize winners include Y. Sinai (2009), G. Margulis (2011), I. Csiszar (2013).

https://bit.ly/2OGJC74

This text describes the content of the Takagi Lectures given by the author in Kyoto in 2017. The lectures present some aspects of the theory of sharp thresholds for Boolean functions and its...

Freely access a research survey article in JJM - "Introduction to random walks on homogeneous spaces" by Yves Benoist @u...
11/25/2019
Introduction to random walks on homogeneous spaces

Freely access a research survey article in JJM - "Introduction to random walks on homogeneous spaces" by Yves Benoist @u_psud – awarded 2019 Léonid Frank Prize by the French Academy of Sciences @AcadSciences

This paper is based on his Takagi Lectures in Kyoto 2012.

https://bit.ly/2rsJqA7

Let a0 and a1 be two matrices in SL(2, [equation]) which span a non-solvable group. Let x0 be an irrational point on the torus [equation]. We toss a0 or a1, apply it to x0, get another irrational...

SN Partial Differential Equations and Applications is now open for submissions! Consider Springer Nature for your paper....
11/25/2019

SN Partial Differential Equations and Applications is now open for submissions! Consider Springer Nature for your paper. http://bit.ly/2VksAgl

SN Operations Research Forum is now open for submissions! Consider Springer Nature for your paper. http://bit.ly/2Hk7zhX
11/23/2019

SN Operations Research Forum is now open for submissions! Consider Springer Nature for your paper. http://bit.ly/2Hk7zhX

Governor of NJ, Phil Murphy, speaking at Three Decades of DIMACS conference at Rutgers University
11/22/2019

Governor of NJ, Phil Murphy, speaking at Three Decades of DIMACS conference at Rutgers University

Learn more about how ‘Modeling a Hypothetical Zombie Outbreak Can Save Us from Real-World Monsters’ in the #FridayReads ...
11/22/2019
Modeling a Hypothetical Zombie Outbreak Can Save Us from Real-World Monsters

Learn more about how ‘Modeling a Hypothetical Zombie Outbreak Can Save Us from Real-World Monsters’ in the #FridayReads - https://bit.ly/2samzKl

The Mathematical IntelligencerSeptember 2019, Volume 41, Issue 3, pp 72–79 | Cite asModeling a Hypothetical Zombie Outbreak Can Save Us from Real-World MonstersAuthorsAuthors and affiliationsJoão Paulo A. de MendonçaLeonardo M. V. TeixeiraFernando SatoLohan R. N. FerreiraArticleFirst Online: 25 ...

Announcing a new monograph by Barry Simon in Springer’s Grundlehren seriesLoewner's Theorem on Monotone Matrix Functions...
11/21/2019
Loewner's Theorem on Monotone Matrix Functions | Barry Simon | Springer

Announcing a new monograph by Barry Simon in Springer’s Grundlehren series
Loewner's Theorem on Monotone Matrix Functions

https://www.springer.com/gp/book/9783030224219

This book provides an in depth discussion of Loewner’s theorem on the characterization of matrix monotone functions. Centered on one theorem, eleven proofs are discussed, both for the study of their own approach to the proof and as a starting point for discussing a variety of tools in analysis....

Abdul-Aziz Yakubu, Howard University, volume editor, gives a talk on farm-raised salmon viral-linked discrete-time IMA d...
11/21/2019

Abdul-Aziz Yakubu, Howard University, volume editor, gives a talk on farm-raised salmon viral-linked discrete-time IMA disease model at THREE DECADES OF DIMACS conference at Rutgers University.

Peter Winkler of Dartmouth College, series editor of Problem Books in Math, giving a talk on Statistical Physics at the ...
11/21/2019

Peter Winkler of Dartmouth College, series editor of Problem Books in Math, giving a talk on Statistical Physics at the THREE DECADES OF DIMACS conference.

David Banks of Duke Univ., series editor of Springer Series in the Data Sciences, giving a talk on Adversarial Risk Anal...
11/21/2019

David Banks of Duke Univ., series editor of Springer Series in the Data Sciences, giving a talk on Adversarial Risk Analysis at the Three Decades of DIMACS conference at Rutgers University.

Save 40% on select print & eBooks in #Mathematics & #Statistics This special offer is valid through 11/30/2019: http://b...
11/20/2019

Save 40% on select print & eBooks in #Mathematics & #Statistics This special offer is valid through 11/30/2019: http://bit.ly/2NO2odc #springerspecial

Save 40% on select print & eBooks in #Mathematics & #Statistics This special offer is valid through 11/30/2019: http://bit.ly/2NO2odc #springerspecial

Freely access a research survey article in JJM by Mark Braverman @Princeton – 2019 Waterman Award Winner!Waterman Award ...
11/19/2019
Information complexity and applications

Freely access a research survey article in JJM by Mark Braverman @Princeton – 2019 Waterman Award Winner!

Waterman Award winners include
William Thurston (1979), Edward Witten (1986), Gang Tian (1994), Terence Tao (2008).

https://bit.ly/2qrAsTL

This paper is a lecture note accompanying the 19th Takagi Lectures lectures in July 2017 at Kyoto University. We give a high-level overview of information complexity theory and its connections to...

Announcing a new must have book for those who wish to learn how to quantum compute!Quantum Computing: An Applied Approac...
11/19/2019
Quantum Computing: An Applied Approach | Jack D. Hidary | Springer

Announcing a new must have book for those who wish to learn how to quantum compute!

Quantum Computing: An Applied Approach

https://www.springer.com/us/book/9783030239213

This book integrates the foundations of quantum computing with a hands-on coding approach to this emerging field; it is the first work to bring these strands together in an updated manner. This work is suitable for both academic coursework and corporate technical training....

Quanta Magazine
11/18/2019

Quanta Magazine

In August, three physicists emailed the eminent mathematician Terry Tao with an equation that they had stumbled upon in their research. “Something this short and simple — it should have been in textbooks already,” said Tao. “So my first thought was, no, this can’t be true.” Within two hours, Tao had come up with three independent proofs of the identity.
https://www.quantamagazine.org/neutrinos-lead-to-unexpected-discovery-in-basic-math-20191113/

Mathematicians' work helps change how people vote
11/18/2019
Mathematicians' work helps change how people vote

Mathematicians' work helps change how people vote

As U.S. courts debate gerrymandering—the process of carving up electoral districts to disproportionately benefit one political party—Wes Pegden's work is helping to shape redistricting maps more fairly.

Freely access this article from The Mathematical Intelligencer until November 25th #FridayReads - https://bit.ly/2QnqJZk
11/15/2019
Why Twelve Tones? The Mathematics of Musical Tuning

Freely access this article from The Mathematical Intelligencer until November 25th #FridayReads - https://bit.ly/2QnqJZk

The Mathematical IntelligencerSeptember 2018, Volume 40, Issue 3, pp 32–36 | Cite asWhy Twelve Tones? The Mathematics of Musical TuningAuthorsAuthors and affiliationsEmily CladerArticleFirst Online: 13 August 2018 366 Downloads Download to read the full article textReferences[1]J. M. Barbour. Musi...

One of the strengths of this text is demonstrating how a blend of modern applied mathematical tools, including linear an...
11/14/2019
Tropical Intraseasonal Variability and the Stochastic Skeleton Method | Andrew J. Majda | Springer

One of the strengths of this text is demonstrating how a blend of modern applied mathematical tools, including linear and nonlinear partial differential equations (PDEs), simple stochastic modeling, and numerical algorithms, have been used in conjunction with physical insight to create the model. These tools are also applied in developing several extensions of the model in order to capture additional features of the MJO, including its refined vertical structure and its interactions with the extratropics.
https://www.springer.com/gp/book/9783030222468#

In this Book, modern applied mathematics and physical insight are used to construct the simplest and first nonlinear dynamical model for the MJO, the stochastic skeleton model. This model captures the fundamental features of the MJO and offers a theoretical prediction of the MJO’s structure....

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