Applied Mathematics and Computational Sciences

### A new spin on bouncing sound waves

Insight into the spinning-induced scattering of sound could help create next-generation acoustic devices using new phonon modes.

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Applied Mathematics and Computational Sciences

Insight into the spinning-induced scattering of sound could help create next-generation acoustic devices using new phonon modes.

Applied Mathematics and Computational Sciences

A continuous data supply ensures data-intensive simulations can run at maximum speed.

Applied Mathematics and Computational Sciences

The ability to efficiently simulate the noise generated by wings and propellers promises to accelerate the development of quieter aircraft and turbines.

Applied Mathematics and Computational Sciences

A better mathematical understanding of how big waves form could lead to better prediction of tsunami impacts.

Applied Mathematics and Computational Sciences

A new approach for training algorithms makes the machine learning process faster and more accurate.

Applied Mathematics and Computational Sciences

The Formula 1 race track is the ultimate testbed for a KAUST researcher's latest work.

Applied Mathematics and Computational Sciences

Genome sequencing of two Red Sea bacteria highlights their potential as industrial workhorses.

Applied Mathematics and Computational Sciences

Software could transform underground imaging of fossil fuel reserves by providing unprecedented detail in record time.

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Tiny loudspeakers can efficiently produce low-frequency sounds due to effects similar to the quantum physics governing atoms.

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A loudspeaker design could allow small devices to produce powerful low-frequency sounds.

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A new method for visually presenting complex data distributions provides a much-needed tool for management, analysis and interpretation.

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An efficient wireless signal optimization scheme achieves peak performance for next-generation mobile communications.

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A new approach to analyzing household electricity: smart-meter data could improve the performance and efficiency of national power grids.

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A highly efficient mathematical solver designed to run on graphics processors gives scientists and engineers a powerful new tool for a common computational problem.

Applied Mathematics and Computational Sciences

Wafer-thin, scratch-proof films can generate a rainbow of colors using random metallic nanostructures.

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Sophisticated statistical methods can detect ozone pollution hot spots and monitor instrument failure.

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Carefully designed crystal structures can now be tuned to control how they transmit acoustic waves.

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Researchers round up clues to track down enhancers.

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Researchers uncover a potential treasure trove of microbes living with mangroves.

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An efficient simulation scheme that hones in on the rarest elements in a dataset can help predict capacity exceedances in wireless networks.

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Carefully-designed meta-surfaces are used to build acoustic lenses that can transmit highly focused sound waves.

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An interactive computational tool opens new possibilities for "developable" surfaces.

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Planar designs are used to model complex curved surfaces, with applications from architecture to 3D prints.

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An integrated set of genetic mechanisms controls whether bees behave as foragers or nurses.

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A fast computational method optimizes sensor measurement networks for noisy, sparsely observed environments.

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KAUST’s new supercomputer will enable ground-breaking scientific modeling and analysis in Saudi Arabia and worldwide.

Applied Mathematics and Computational Sciences

Regulating an overlooked set of genes may help biologists manipulate cells to find new therapy options.