Korana Introduces Herself

Korana Introduces Herself

Korana Burke, the latest addition to the DS Magazine editorial team, introduces herself.

Tapas and Dynamics at AIMS 2014

Tapas and Dynamics at AIMS 2014

Your managing editor reports on AIMS 2014 hosted by UAM in Madrid, Spain and reflects on the general challenges of hosting large dynamics conferences.

Top 10 reasons I’m delighted to be your new chief editor

Top 10 reasons I’m delighted to be your new chief editor

The new Chief Editor discusses why she's happy in her new position.

Why you should contribute to the DSWeb magazine.

Why you should contribute to the DSWeb magazine.

… and think about popularizing mathematics.

Oh frailty, thy name is Summer!

Oh frailty, thy name is Summer!

Reflections of your soon parting Editor-in-Chief.

A new content management system for DSWeb: ideas needed!

A new content management system for DSWeb: ideas needed!

The DSweb portal is changing to a new content management system and we need your help!

Our students need to become better expositors

Our students need to become better expositors

Which is the bigger challenge: solving the problem or explaining your results? Convincing your collaborator that you are right or convincing the granting agency that your research needs funding? Understanding the fine points of a derivation or understanding the societal context of your work? Krešimir Josić on the importance of communication skills.

2013 - the year of The Mathematics of Planet Earth

2013 - the year of The Mathematics of Planet Earth

The International Mathematical Union has declared 2013 to be the year of The Mathematics of Planet Earth. Here is a short guide to some of the activities and resources.

The future of Snowbird

The future of Snowbird

The bi-annual meeting of our AG will take place in Snowbird, Utah, this spring. The 2015 meeting will also be held there, but the location of the 2017 meeting has not been decided yet. One option is, obviously, for the AG to renew its contract with Snowbird and continue a tradition that started twenty years ago. However, over the years the character, scope and size of the meeting have changed, and some feel that the expiry of the current contract is a good opportunity to look for alternatives. Since this is a matter that affects most of our members, the DSWeb Magazine team will use the Editorial to open a discussion, in the hope that some concensus can be found in May.

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