Dear colleagues, The Editorial Board of Reliable Computing is dedicating this issue to Prof. Dr. Gotz ¨ Alefeld on the occasion of his 60th birthday. Gotz ¨ Alefeld received his Master’s (“Diplom”) degree in Mathematics from the Technical University of Munich in 1966. In that same year, Ulrich Kulisch, who at that time was working in Munich, was appointed Professor at the Karlsruhe Technical University. Alefeld followed Kulisch to Karlsruhe to study under him and, in 1968, received his Ph.D. Alefeld’s dissertation dealt with complex inter- val arithmetic and its applications. In the following years, Alefeld continued his fruitful research on interval methods in numerical computations. In 1972, he obtained his Habilitation from the Mathematics Department of Karlsruhe Tech- nical University. After teaching in Karlsruhe, Bielefeld, and Kaiserslautern, he became a Full Professor at the Technical University of Berlin in 1976. In 1981, he succeeded Prof. Johannes Weissinger on a Chair for Applied Mathematics, his present position. During several terms since 1979 he was a visiting professor at the universities of Calgary (Canada), Atlanta and Iowa (both USA). Gotz ¨ Alefeld served the academic community in various duties, among them as a dean of the Faculty of Mathematics at
Reliable Computing – Springer Journals
Published: Oct 3, 2004
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