Call for Manuscripts: Computational Science and Engineering
The Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) is seeking manuscripts for its CS&E book series.
CS&E is now widely accepted, along with theory and experiment, as a crucial third mode of scientific investigation and engineering design. CS&E is an interdisciplinary field that employs techniques and advances from computational and applied mathematics, computer science, and statistics to model engineered and natural systems of great complexity. Advances in the understanding of such problems require the integration of physical insight and modeling, mathematical and numerical analysis, scientific computing and algorithms, hardware and software systems, and problem-solving and visualization environments.
Because of this interdisciplinary nature, CS&E poses significant challenges for training and education. The SIAM series on Computational Science and Engineering aims to address those challenges. Books in the series range from undergraduate- or graduate-level textbooks to advanced and specialized research monographs. The series includes introductory volumes on core topics relevant to CS&E that are aimed at a broad audience including mathematicians, scientists, engineers, and computer scientists, as well as monographs reporting on the most recent developments in the field. The series also will include volumes addressed to users of CS&E methods.
SIAM seeks suggestions for possible books as well as proposals for the CS&E Series. Nominations, requests, and proposals should be sent to:
Donald Estep (Editor-in-Chief)
University Interdisciplinary Research Scholar
Department of Statistics
Colorado State University
Fort Collins, CO 80523 USA
Phone: (970) 491-6722
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Philadelphia, PA 19104 USA
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