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2011 Mathematics Awareness Month

April is Mathematics Awareness Month!

The American Mathematical Society, the American Statistical Association, the Mathematical Association of America, and the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics announce that the theme of Mathematics Awareness Month 2011 is "Unraveling Complex Systems."

Theme essays, posters, and related resources are available on the 2011 Mathematics Awareness Month website.

Some related MAA resources to celebrate "Unraveling Complex Systems":

Articles | Books | Posters | Photos

MAM Articles

MAA articles related to "Unraveling Complex Systems"

  • "Computer Algebra in Systems Biology" (pdf) by Reinhard Laubenbacher and Bernd Sturmfels (The American Mathematical Monthly, November 2009).
  • "Environmental Mathematical Modeling: Grand Canyon" (pdf) by Catherine A. Roberts (Math Horizons, September 2007).
  • "Optimal Soaring: What is the Best Speed to Fly?" (pdf) by Michael A. Lundin (Math Horizons, April 2008)
  • "Mathematical Aspects of the 'Tree of Life'" by Charles Semple and Mike Steele (Math Horizons, February 2009)
  • Books

    Beauty of Fractals by Denny Gulick and Jon Scott
    Fractals, Graphics, and Mathematics Education by Benoît Mandelbrot and Michael Frame Mathematical Modeling In The Environment by Charles R. Hadlock



    Calling all photographers! See complex systems in the world around you? Send your photos to [email protected] and we'll feature the best in our weekly MAA Found Math.