
I published 2015 a new textbook based on a course I gave 2014 in Shanghai.
Learning Matlab  a Problem Solving Approach.
Here is the

Book Web Page of Springer Verlag
Some Publications:

W. Gander:
On the Linear Least Squares Problem with a Quadratic Constraint
.
This Stanford Report, STANCS78697, November 1978
was reprinted because the electronic Version
in the Stanford Library is unreadable due to many scanning errors. The Report
can be downloaded
here (pdf)

Walter Gander: Infinity and Finite Arithmetic.
Manuscript of a book chapter in the "Festschrift"
Adventures Between
Lower Bounds and Higher Altitudes  Essays Dedicated to Juraj
Hromkovic on the Occasion of His 60th Birthday,
Springer, 2018
download
(pdf)

W. Gander:
Symposium zu Ehren von Prof. em. Urs Hochstrasser
.
DINFK Spotlight, 2016

W. Gander, U.Hochstrasser, A. Pluess:
Die Zeichen der Zeit erkannt,
Zeitungsartikel im "Der Bund", 26. Mai 2015

W. Gander: Informatics  New Basic Subject,
Bulletin of the EATCS, 2015

W. Gander:
The Life of a Computer Pioneer.
BLOG@CACM
April 13, 2015

Hanna Rutishauser und Walter Gander:
Programmieren, welche Bürde!.
(online)
Informatik Spektrum, Dezember 2014.

W.Gander: 50 Jahre Programmieren .
DINFK Spotlight, 2014

Walter Gander: Informatics and General Education.
In: Informatics in Schools, Teaching and Learning Perspectives
Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Vol. 8730
Proceedings, ISSEP 2014, Istanbul, Turkey, September 2225, 2014.

Leon, S. J., Björck, A. and Gander, W.:
GramSchmidt orthogonalization: 100 years and more.
Numer. Linear Algebra Appl. John Wiley & Sons, Ltd,
(published online: 4 June 2012),
May 2013; 20: pp. 492532.

W. Gander: Ein Beispiel für; Daten: das Factbook der CIA.
InformatikSpektrum,
Springer Berlin / Heidelberg,
ISSN01706012 (Print) 1432122X
(Online)
July 29, 2009.
InformatikSpektrum: Volume 33, Issue 3 (2010), Page 296

Walter Gander: Algorithms for the QRDecomposition.
This is an old unpublished SAMreport (1980) which has been retyped in LaTeX
and augmented by an appendix containing all the algorithms as MATLAB functions.
Abstract, Paper
(pdf)

W. Gander: Writing the first LaTeX book.
TUGboat, Volume 31 (2010), No. 2, pp. 154157.

W. Gander: Solving Least Squares Problems.
Proceedings of the 6th Summer School on Computational Biology,
September 2325, 2010 Lednice, Czech Republic.

Walter Gander:
Zeros of Determinants of $\lambda$Matrices,
(2007).
Abstract
, Paper (pdf)

Walter Gander: Generating Numerical Algorithms with Computer Algebra,
BIT Numerical Mathematics (2006) 46: 491504
(Special edition dedicated to Germund Dahlquist).
Abstract

Walter Gander: Heisenberg Effects in ComputerArithmetic.
This
research focus article published 2005 on the Department webpage describes problems with
modern processors using 80bit registers. It is not reproducible any more with newer versions of Matlab.

Walter Gander: Change of basis in polynomial interpolation,
Numer. Linear Algebra Appl. 2005; 12; 769778.
Abstract
Report

W. Gander and W. Gautschi: Adaptive Quadrature  Revisited,
BIT
Vol. 40, No. 1, March 2000, pp. 84101.
CS technical report: Report (gzipped, 82K).
Programs: adaptsim.m, adaptlob.m
Curriculum Vitae:
Walter Gander, born May 24, 1944, from Saanen (BE). Education: Diploma
in mathematics ETH Zürich
1968. Then assistant of H. Rutishauser in his new institute of computer
science. Ph.D. in mathematics 1973, supervisor P. Henrici. From 1973
to 1987:
Professor for numerical analysis and computer science at the engineering
college
NeuTechnikum
Buchs.
1977/78 Visiting Scientist at
Stanford University.
1979 Habilitation and Privatdozent for numerical analysis at ETHZ. 1984,
1993 and 2006 sabbatical leaves again at Stanford University. From 1987 to 1991
associate, since 1991 full professor for computer science at ETH Zürich.
From 1989 to 1997 head of the Institute
of Scientific Computing. 1990  1992: chairmen of the faculty of computer
science. 1989 1991 head of the Swiss Supercomputer Initiative for acquiring
the national
supercomputer in Manno.
From Fall 1997 to Fall 2001 chairman of the
department
and director of
education
of computer science.
A complete CV with list of publications is available
here (pdf)
Research interests: Scientific computing, i.e. studying the solution
of problems with the use of mathematics and computation. Numerical Linear
Algebra and Parallel Computing.
Last update: May 31, 2019