Hans Walter Bandemer

from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Hans Walter Bandemer (born April 1, 1932 in Halle (Saale) ; † November 15, 2009 ibid) was a German mathematician who initially worked in the fields of numerical mathematics , but then became internationally known for his work on optimal experiment planning and fuzzy theory .

Live and act

Bandemer studied mathematics in Halle / Saale and then worked from 1958 until his retirement in 1997 at the TU Bergakademie Freiberg . There he received his doctorate in 1961 and completed his habilitation in 1965 on problems in numerical mathematics. In 1969 he was appointed professor for mathematical statistics and from that point on he worked successfully as one of the first mathematicians in Germany in the field of optimal experimental design . He is considered the founder of stochastics at the Bergakademie Freiberg. He was also one of the first in Germany to turn to fuzzy theory from 1980 , in particular fuzzy data analysis, and published well after his retirement.

Bandemer was married and has a daughter.


  • with Andreas Bellmann, Wolfhart Jung and Klaus Richter: Optimal experimental planning , Akademieverlag Berlin 1973
  • with a collective of authors: Theory and Application of Optimal Design of Experiments , Volume 1, Akademieverlag Berlin 1977
  • with Wolfgang Näther: Theory and Application of Optimal Design of Experiments , Volume 2, Akademieverlag Berlin 1980
  • with Siegfried Gottwald : Introduction to Fuzzy Methods , Akademieverlag Berlin 1989 (English translation 1995 by Wiley)
  • with Wolfgang Näther: Fuzzy Data Analysis , Kluwer Dordrecht 1992
  • Mathematics of Uncertainty , Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2006


Web links