Problems of

applied mathematics arise in companies that manufacture aircraft, automobiles, engines, computers, communications systems and chemicals.

Advances in computer science and

applied mathematics are now allowing the basic technology of dermoscopy to be extended to a more complex application: predicting whether observed spots are cancerous.

Send resume to Columbia University, Department of Applied Physics and

Applied Mathematics, 500 W.

He noted that the focus of the book is to improve the understanding of friction, lubrication and fatigue -- a fresh approach to tribology that links advances in

applied mathematics with fundamental problems in tribology related to contact elasticity, fracture mechanics and fluid film lubrication.

Applied Mathematics and Omics to Assess Crop Genetic Resources for Climate Change Adaptive Traits

Tenders are invited for Development Of Computer-Based Learning Resources In Support Of The Revised

Applied Mathematics Syllabus For The Leaving Certificate.

They write for graduate students interested in

applied mathematics and scientific computation, as well as for physical scientists and engineers carrying out numerical experiments to investigate physical behavior and test designs.

International Congress on Industrial and

Applied Mathematics (6th: 2007: Zurich, Switzerland) Ed.

Sylvania, OH) is undergoing a major expansion with the launch of five new Journals, including

Applied Mathematics Research eXpress with an issue in late 2003, and Advances in Difference Equations, EURASIP Journal on Wireless Communications and Networking, International Mathematics Research Surveys and Fixed Point Theory and Applications with issues in early 2004.

Uniquely positioned as a meeting point between pure and

applied mathematics, its rich history shows how different branches of science--among them geography, astronomy, and physics--and even music have influenced one another.

Applied mathematics has played a visible role at NBS/NIST since the Math Tables project in the 1930s, and formal mathematical and statistical organizations have been part of NBS/NIST since the establishment of the National

Applied Mathematics Laboratory in 1947.

Dessauer retired in 1975 as director of the physics section of the Du Pont Savannah River Laboratory, where he dealt with theoretical and experimental physics,

applied mathematics and technical information services.