
Some mathrelated links:
 Organizations: the AMS,
SIAM, SIAMSoutheast
Atlantic Section
 Search tools: Google
Scholar, MathSciNet, SIAM Journals Online, ISI Web of
Knowledge
 Online journals:arXiv
online journal, Electronic
Transactions on Numerical Analysis, AMS
list of Electronic Mathematics Research Journals
 Math employment: MathJobs.org, the
AMSEIMS
search page, SIAM
Employment Listings, the AMS Employment
Center, AMS
advice for new Ph.D.s.
 The Mathematics
Genealogy Project has an excellent database of advisors
and students of mathematicians. Some of the more
interesting entries are those of Carl
Friedrich Gauß (now 41555 descendants) and J.
L. Lagrange (now 47441 descendants)
 What is your Erdös
Number? (Mine is 3.) You can now use MathSciNet's Collaboration
Distance Calculator to find your Erdös Number or the
distance between any two authors.
 Typesetting: the LaTeX Project, the
MiKTeX distribution
for Windows, the TeXnicCenter
IDE for LaTeX, the beamer
presentation class for LaTeX.
 Mathematical software: the FreeFem++
finite element framework, LLNL's SUNDIALS
suite of nonlinear and ODE solvers, ANL's PETSc, the NETLIB repository.
Contact Info:
Jason S Howell;
Department of Mathematics; College of Charleston; 66 George Street; Charleston, SC 29424; 8439531016 (office); 8439531410 (fax);
email: howelljs at cofc dot edu
Copyright © 2012 Jason
Howell,
please send me any questions or comments.


