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Climate Math in San Diego

Climate Math in San Diego

Recently elected SIAG/DS chair Mary Lou Zeeman describes the special session on the mathematics of climate change at the Joint Math Meetings in San Diego in January, 2008. She lists a series of other ongoing efforts and upcoming conferences on the dynamics of climate change, and describes how members of the dynamics community can contribute both in research and in terms of education to tackle problems of climate change and sustainability.

Review a book for <em>Dynamical Systems Magazine</em>!

Review a book for Dynamical Systems Magazine!

Select a book from our list of recent titles, and we will send you a complimentary copy. If you already know a book you would like to review, please contact the book review editor.

Cultural and culinary delights with AUTO

Cultural and culinary delights with AUTO

Eusebius Doedel is famous in dynamical systems as the man behind the software package AUTO. He is (almost) equally well known for his many travels and his love for good wine and good food, not to mention a good cigar! Hinke Osinga asked him how he managed to satisfy his appetite for foreign cultures and travel during his academic career at Concordia University, where he has worked since 1979.

Edward Lorenz 1917-2008

Edward Lorenz 1917-2008

Edward Lorenz, Professor of Meteorology, Emeritus, at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, passed away on Wednesday, April 16. He was 90 years old.

Herb Keller 1925-2008

Herb Keller 1925-2008

Herbert B. Keller, Professor of Applied Mathematics, Emeritus, at the California Institute of Technology, passed away on Saturday, January 26. He was 82 years old.

Snowbird Organizing Committee

Snowbird Organizing Committee

The Organizing Committee has been chosen for the SIAM Conference on Applications of Dynamical Systems to be held May 17-21, 2009 in Snowbird, Utah.

The MEC Lab at the University of Delaware

The MEC Lab at the University of Delaware

The University of Delaware MEC lab uses modeling, experiment, and computation to teach students applied math. The lab consists of a number of faculty working in a variety of loosely connected fields of applied math. It incorporates graduate students working on research, undergraduate students taking part in a capstone course or a summer research program, and outreach programs for local high schools.

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