The Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) thanks the following individuals and organizations that shared their expertise and contributed to this report:
The Mathematics in Industry Advisory Committee:
Douglas Arnold, University of Minnesota;
Maria-Carme Calderer, University of Minnesota;
Tom Grandine, Boeing (SIAM Vice President for Industry);
Wonsuck Lee, AT&T Research;
John Lewis (retired), Cray;
Kirk Jordan, IBM Research;
Rebeccah Marsh, Mitacs, Vancouver, BC, Canada;
Rolf Möhring, Institüt für Mathematik, Technische Universität Berlin, Germany;
Cynthia Phillips, Sandia National Laboratories;
Luis Reyna, Swiss Re;
Jeffrey Saltzman, AstraZeneca;
Bogdan Vernescu, Worcester Polytechnic Institute;
Margaret Wright, Courant Institute, New York University
The corporations and businesses that graciously hosted visits to their sites;
The individuals who answered our questions either via survey or by interview;
The American Mathematical Society, in particular James Maxwell and Colleen Rose, for preparing and formatting the data collected by the AMS-IMS-SIAM Data Committee;
Dana Mackenzie, science and mathematics writer, for re-writing the initial draft of the report and contributing his own research;
Leslie Button and Gautam Meda, of Corning Incorporated, for their assistance with case study 16.
The SIAM publications staff for designing the printed and web version of the report.
This update of the SIAM Report on Mathematics in Industry was funded by the US National Science Foundation under the grant NSF-DMS 0803376.